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The Revolution Will Not be Televised

It's been a while I started blogging and it was only until recently my writing was put to use by a company thousands of mile away. I was brought in as one of the beta testers for their new web platform, as they would like to shift from the existing [...]

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The Greatest Show on Earth: Elections?

February 16th came and went, lo and behold, no elections. INEC has a budget of N190B and 4years to plan for this, yet, they weren't ready. Wawu!! Prior to that, plenty drama unfolded from all concerned about them, their candidates and their parties [...]

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SERIES: The Unit (13)

"Hey Honey! Morning" Thin Lee said as he descended the stairs in his house and approached his wife seated at the dinning table having her breakfast. "Morning dear. Didn't want to wake you." She looked up with a smile as she placed her cheek for a [...]

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Kulture: Bad Boy Blaq Album Review

Blaqbonez followed up his 100 Crown’s 2018 debut album Bad Boy Blaq in the early days of February 2019 with Bad Boy Blaq Re-Up. Bad Boy Blaq Re-Up is a 7 track album with a mixture of Genres; Hip-Hop, Rap and Trap. The album is [...]

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READ: The Greatest Show on Earth (Happy New Year)

As usual, it is expected for you to witness the unexpected and impossible in the ring. Well, the political ring hasn't stopped giving us new reasons to be in awe of the players. Well, the Presidential Candidates, not all, were invited for the [...]

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Kulture: Last of a Dying Breed

Yesterday morning, I decided to go get a haircut. On getting there, was jamming Big Sean's All Figured Out before I decided to plug it in to the Barber's Aux, after a while Kursor's Street Soldier came on. Towards the end of the song, he then voiced [...]

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BLOG: Nigerian SME Challenges

SME’s are regarded as the backbone of the economy as they generate about a third of the country’s GDP, only in Nigeria; they only generate about 1% of it GDP compared to 40% in other developed economies. There are a few challenges most of these [...]

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SERIES: The Unit (12)

The weather was arid as he stepped off the plane into the waiting convoy. "Welcome to Kaduna, DSP" the chauffeur greeted as he ushered Rotimi in. "Thanks. Any idea why I'm being summoned down here chap?" He asked "I wish I had an answer sir, but [...]

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SERIES: The Unit (11)

It had been 3weeks since the Independence Day Area HQ bombing and the ensuing arrests of the suspects, things were finally returning to Status Quo. Khaleesi got up like every other day and was getting herself prepared for work right after she [...]

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Kulture: Tory Lanez vs. Royce?

Last night, the twitter verse was sparked to life by a brief exchanges between Royce Da 5'9 and Tory Lanez. It all started with Royce responding to a fan's question directed at him, asking him if he felt Lanez came out the winner from the two round [...]

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