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By Chidinma Okere
1.            February used to be the last month of the year, which is why it has the shortest number of days. 2.            Months that begin on a Sunday always have a Friday the 13th in them. An example is March, 2020.
By Chidinma Okere
You are probably familiar with phrases like “a hive of bees”, “a pride of lions” but ever heard of a "kaleidoscope of butterflies"? You can also say a "swarm of butterflies" but kaleidoscope is such a cool word. Below is a list of not so common collective nouns for animals.
By Chidinma Okere
Language is a medium of communication. It is how individuals in a community pass information, ideals, experiences from one to another. It is also a vehicle for conveying culture.  
By Chidinma Okere
Nigeria is a culturally rich country. Although there are three major tribes, there are so many others you may not ever have heard of. Below is a list of all the tribes in Nigeria.  
By Ego Mbagwu
“What!” A teacher once told me that they don’t read those old popular English classical stories in primary and secondary schools any longer because he said that it is not necessary.
By Chidinma Okere
      It's Valentine and we are bring you some love proverbs from Africa. Do enjoy!
By Chidinma Okere
In Yoruba cosmology, Olodumare, also written as Eledumare, is the supreme God. Next in the hierarchy of gods are the Orishas. Orishas are lesser gods. They are in charge of certain elements and adherents pray to them instead of directly to Eledumare.
By Chidinma Okere
Wikipedia defines Meditation as a practice where an individual uses a technique – such as mindfulness, or focusing the mind on a particular object, thought, or activity – to train attention and awareness, and achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state.
By Pat Omanu
‘You must do no evil’ my brother said. ‘That means never steal, never lie and never cheat.’ I looked earnestly at him as he spoke and nodded. I saw him glance at our mother so I looked at her too. She was thoughtful, her arms were folded across her chest and she was nodding as well.
By Ego Mbagwu
I was very surprised and pleased to be told that NTUMAKA is back. It happened when a relative stopped by to bring me up to date on events that happened in the larger family. It was done casually like it was no big deal but to me it was, because it called up such happy memories.

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