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151 Time Up!
I was at the pulpit delivering the Word of God during 6.00p.m Mass. It was getting dark gradually. Suddenly an unholy and stupid action took place inside the House of God. A young man of about 20 years of age stood up from the back pew, holding a red card...
152 Not for Sale
The story of the evil woman whose husband put her for sale has thought many a lesson for life. ... Keeping alert is not cowardice. To take a risk is a dangerous gamble. Since our society became dangerous, most people have learnt to sleep with one eye...
153 The Cross-roads
There is a beautiful day. There is also an ugly day. The beautifulness or ugliness depends on what the day has in stock for you or for me. It happened that on a bright and beautiful day, I was driving at high velocity towards my destination.
154 Necessary Evil
The love they had for each other died a sudden death. Initially the husband called the wife 'My Baby.' The wife used to call him 'Sweet Honey'. Today the Baby is dead. The Sweet Honey has turned into Bitterness. The husband now calls his wife Monkey, [Even...
155 The August Visitor
There was a certain affluent man living in a duplex with his wife and five children in Benin City. After attending church service on a Sunday morning with his family, he informed his gateman that he would be having an August visitor around 12.00 noon on...
156 Principalities and Powers
Ignorance is a chronic disease. A student was asked in a Religious class to define the terms 'Principalities and powers.' He stood up courageously and answered, 'Principalities are the spirits that propel the principal of a school in his work. Our own...
157 Marriage between Anger and Hunger
Mister Anger was born with stone face in Grievance City of Nigeria. His boyhood days were tortuous. His parents died when he was only eleven and half years old. Thus he was left to the care of his grandmother called Madam Sadness.
158 Old layer
The economic condition of our country, Nigeria, often bites me without mercy. When I have no money to purchase fuel for my car, I engage myself in miraculous prayer, so that my petrol tank meter will not go down. As I was travelling one cloudy afternoon, I...
159 Implications of Ruga Settlement
I have searched for the word 'Ruga' in English Dictionary but did not find it. Also I searched for it in the Encyclopedia of English Language, all to no avail. It is not an Igbo, Yoruba or pigin English terminology. Finally I discovered that Ruga is a...
160 Never give up!
Few days ago, I was behind the wheels on my way to visit a sick person, which was about seven kilometers journey. At a point I came to a hilly road. I accelerated the engine higher. Suddenly, I met a tipper lorry in front of me. It was carrying a trip of...

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