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Once upon a time a university professor walked around on a stage while teaching weight and weightlessness to an auditorium filled with students…

In the history of creation, it is one of the deadliest diseases ever to strike mankind. There are many people recorded in the Bible who were afflicted by this disease. When this disease strikes a man, it can rattle the brain, dry up the blood…

People are not looking for a perfect man. Even fools know that there is none who is perfect.  But people hunger for a leader who first respects himself by not disrespecting his followers…

A friend on Facebook freshly asked that as I profess so much that ‘love’ should be shown to all equally, whether I would give a homosexual the same quantity of reverence, kindheartedness and communal insertion that I would a hetero in Nigeria…

In life, there will be challenging times. You can work on your dreams for weeks, months and even years with no visible signs of progress and then, all of a sudden, things take off. People who patiently toil towards their dreams and goals, building strong character while overcoming adversity and challenge, grow the strong internal structure to handle success when it eventually comes…

What many people do not know or realize is that contentment cannot be bought with money, although money is very necessary in life. Contentment should not be measured by material acquisitions, but by the satisfaction that comes inwardly…

Living religiously, the mysteries entangling our lives are intuitively reconciled. We live for a reason beyond our weakness. Passions and calling are positively positioned…

I need an urgent name change before my profession goes the way of ‘dinosaurian’ extinction all because I refuse to go with the times by adopting a ‘cool’, ‘happening’ tag…

Omoluwabi is the deodorized and comforting cultural renaissance being courageously embraced by Yoruba men and women of ideas as a conduit of heritage renewal among a brave and valorous race of people currently torn apart…

Modern Yoruba nation is afflicted with severe cultural disabilities and the best way to shift this axis of cultural articulation is to embrace Omoluwabi as nexus of future Yoruba social, economic and political prosperity…