Tag: Y! Superblogger

November 23, 2012

Abigail Anaba: What’s in a length? (Y! Superblogger)

…if all men are busy making their women so happy, why are there so many women in relationships who are ...

November 22, 2012

Opemipo Adebanjo: Why this generation won’t change Nigeria (Y! Superblogger)

Religion is one of the reasons Nigerians continue to pray and do nothing. Even God won’t do for us, what ...

November 21, 2012

James Silas: It’s okay to ban ‘Okada’ in Lagos but… (Y! Superblogger)

Change is inevitable and sometimes painful… humans are not built to accept change in auto-mode – we adjust and eventually ...

November 20, 2012

Toyin Kareem: Just do it (Y! Superblogger)

Having no ability to dance, walk, run, or even stand on two feet… What would you do? So when I’m ...

November 19, 2012

Obafemi Fawibe: Whose prayer does God answer? (Y! Superblogger)

It is obvious that we all make our requests to the same control room and expect favourable answers. However with ...

November 18, 2012

Aziza Uko: Com’on, let’s be real for once (Y! Superblogger)

When you know who you are and the power that you have, when you realise how God sees you – ...

November 18, 2012

Yewande Sobamowo: Say goodbye to problem skin, hello to flawless… (Y! Superblogger)

Contrary to popular beliefs, black people do need sunscreen so never go a day without applying some on your face ...

November 17, 2012

Kingsley Iweka: Pieces of me (Y! Superblogger)

There’s too much to say, too much fire, and what can I do with these words if I can’t write ...

November 16, 2012

Temiloluwa Adebayo: The love I never had (Y! Superblogger)

He’d always been a man of few words and this is among the qualities that endeared me to him. It ...

November 15, 2012

Kay Aishida: From times-table and time-tables (Y! Superblogger)

Some of us can’t even run from danger in our sleep. We have weighed ourselves down with our supper. My ...

November 14, 2012

Solomon Osadolo: The limit of intelligence (Y! Superblogger)

The rules are different in college. Your intelligence doesn’t count for much and won’t get you a free pass. You ...

November 13, 2012

Ope Adebanjo: The hope deferred (Y! Superblogger)

It cannot be so bad that we throw away the baby with the bath water. Now that the knife has ...

November 12, 2012

Tope Olofin: Lagos… mega city or traffic city? (Y! Superblogger)

“My supervisor handed me a query, asking me to explain why I have become a latecomer. Is she nuts or ...

November 11, 2012

Aziza Uko: Should we live in fear of ‘men of God’? (Y! Superblogger)

Does God really have some special people whom He punishes anyone who dares say anything against them? “Aziza, I am ...

November 9, 2012

Kay Aishida: This madness, a mega-joke (Y! Superblogger)

How can you get yourselves an army of losers to enforce your policies? Honestly, I’m very angry right now. Extremely ...

November 8, 2012

Abigail Anaba: Who cares for her? (Y! Superblogger)

by Abigail Anaba   This guy with two arms and two legs, blessed with mobility, could not move his hands ...

November 7, 2012

Myne Whitman: Abstinence is not easy, I tell you (Y! Superblogger)

Abstinence is not what nature planned for a healthy human body. “What is not easy?” you ask. Abstaining from sex ...

November 6, 2012

Bumight: Love on social media (Y! Superblogger)

In the same vein, Facebook has been broadened to include not just folks in college. I had a mini heart ...

November 5, 2012

Adaobi Okwy: Why I used to want to be a boy (Y! Superblogger)

It is a tough world for today’s woman even though I have learned to love and appreciate my own womanhood ...

November 4, 2012

Aziza Uko: How does God speak to us? (Y! Superblogger)

God’s imagination is fascinating. He is an intriguing person. He cannot be put in a box. As far as we ...

November 4, 2012

Nkiru Okoye: Choosing a honeymoon destination (Y! Superblogger)

The most important thing is that you have a restful time with your spouse, distractions free. Most couples hardly realize ...

November 3, 2012

Ezekiel Solesi: Take charge of the change in your life (Y! Superblogger)

by Ezekiel Solesi Deliberate change brings progress. Most importantly, deliberate change is reproducible, hence transferable from one generation to the ...

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