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The Battle for Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage: Setting the Records Straight – By Adebisi Benjamin Temidayo

  “While the reasons for no discrimination and freedom of expression is a supportive argument in the constitution, there is no society that had given 100% support for homosexuality and the highest some could do, for the sake of sociological decency was to be “undecided” on the stance of acceptance of same-sex union” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | DECEMBER 8, 2022 ...

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Home & Marital Matters: Martha, Her Pastor and Hubby: The Dangerous Trigone and Implications on Our Society – By Adebisi Benjamin Temidayo

  “The shameless lady had pointed out that having being infertile for long the pastor had suggested she comes to be liberated from the shackles of barrenness, when the man of God f*CK her and said she should go home and make love to her husband and the Lord answered her Prayers; she became pregnant and at another time of ...

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Tribute To Prof. Oloyede: The ‘Buhari’ At JAMB – By Femi Adesina

  “In his first year in office, the Professor of Islamic Studies and former Vice Chancellor of University of Ilorin, returned N7 billion into Federal Government coffers, as operating surplus. Holy Moses! It’s not raining cats and dogs, whales and hippos. It’s raining cash. And venue is JAMB” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | NOVEMBER 12, 2022 Whenever I see a paragon, ...

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Family & Health: When Your Wife Is A Potential Enemy

“The wife says her husband was a womanizer in his heyday and used to beat her. He is getting his comeuppance. The husband hits 78. His wife hits 72. His wife would leave to spend two months with each child in Lagos only returning to Ajase once in a while” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | NOVEMBER 11, 2022 This is a ...

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BIAFRA & What They Don’t Tell The Youths: Prof Akin Omoz-Oarhe On The Spot

“ “I was shocked to the marrow that, of the 20 friends I met that day that grew to about 30 during the discussion, all were shocked when I asked them If they were aware that when they get Biafra they will all return home. They all thought that they would still be where they are in their shops and ...

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Human Relationship: Education Alone Is Not Enough – Adebisi Benjamin Temidayo

  “And since the Universities themselves only encourage the insincerity of unrelated higher degree acquisitions and fruitless paper publications, how would the students not have felt their Education is a scam?” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | SEPTEMBER 29, 2022 Flashbacks to my younger days, you are choosing among becoming a Medical Doctor, Lawyer or Engineer; however, today, everyone is just himself. ...

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Under-Reporting The Buhari Administration: The Role Of Nigerian Foreign Embassies – Ibrahim Ado-Karawa

  “Apparently, no one will be sanctioned in the Nigeria High Commission London or the federal ministry of foreign affairs more than two years after alerting them. The president’s remark in Imo state made this writer check the website and behold the shocker is still there! No one cares in the federal ministry of information” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | SEPTEMBER ...

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Ethnic Tension: Igbo and Yoruba Beware – Promise Adiele

  “Every Nigerian has the right to live legitimately in any part of the country and earn a living. Peter Obi does not own Igbo land or any city in the South-East. Bola Tinubu does not own Yoruba land or any city in the South-West. If you are reading this piece and you share posts that traffic on ethnic hate, ...

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A REBUTTAL: Who Else Could Have Made It But Igbo? By Kichime Goyang Gotau

  “Biafra should be conceived today, as a test of a nation, a blessing in disguise and a privilege for the faster and stronger emergence of the Igbo people of Nigeria. To the Igbo child, let me say – believe in yourself. Believe in the Igbo spirit, Igbo Nature and culture. Let no propaganda dissuade you against your gift of ...

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DEBORAH: Approaching Our Redlines With Discretion – Oyakhamoh Y. Carl-Abu’Bakar

  ‘Too often, we stray in the hope that we are working to please God. Who you be to please God? God is damn too pleased with Himself to think of your pleasing Him no matter what we do. The good or evil that we do is for our own good or bad. Na exam we dey here on earth‘ ...

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