Dear Diary,It feels like 2020 all over again. I’m not much for romanticizing mental health terminology, but this really feels like PTSD. At least, in 2020, I didn’t have much to look forward to. But this year was my year, or it was supposed to be.So, today, I woke up at 7am to prepare Mimi and Daniel for school. E remain small, bus driver for leave pikin for my hand. Anyway, after I was done with the most challenging part…

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The Increasing Rate of Big Name Bosmans In Today’s Football Transfer Market.

A Bosman AKA a free transfer in football occurs when a player, on the completion of his contract with a certain club moves to another club without the new club having to pay a fee to his previous club.  The Bosman Ruling which took place in 1995, was made on the consolidation of three separate cases namely; Belgian Football Association vs Jean-Marc Bosman, R.F.C de Liège vs Jean-Marc Bosman and others, and UEFA vs Jean-Marc Bosman after the player on…

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If tomorrow, we go watch a game already knowing the outcome, football is dead. former UEFA ex-president, Michel Platini. Match-fixing has probably existed since competitive sports began. According to Collins Dictionary, match-fixing is defined as the act of arranging the outcome of a sports match prior to it being played; this violates the rules of the game and often the law. The perpetrators do it to give either themselves or others an unfair advantage. This tampers with the integrity and…

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The Trajectory to 2023: ATIKUlated, BATified or OBIdient?

Disclaimer: All opinions contained in this article do not represent the author’s stance on the subject matter. This is an aggregation of public opinions and views expressed by various individuals across the Internet and various social media platforms. The questions raised are intended to be rhetorical. After eight years of President Muhammudu Buhari’s controversial administration, every Nigerian across the different geopolitical zones of the country – having registered with the electoral body, goes to the ballot to determine who steers…

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The seeds of our past choice lay barren on marsh. Like infertile eggs of mother hen. We despised the sacrifice of Farmers. We have turned round the seasons of the year. But they’ve refused to grow. We made the wrong choice. A new chance is bequeathed upon us. Let’s chart a course for the future we want. Our tragic lots rest on the choice we made. Remember we were here to decide “now”. Shall we because we’re stricken, homeless run…

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It’s funny how one can assume they’ll never get overweight. I mean, yeah, you eat junk. Who doesn’t? But it is not all you eat. You walk almost everywhere; you’re not sedentary. You also look good, and not like what you would think an overweight person looks like. Well, I’m here to tell you that you may check all these boxes and still be overweight. Hear me out. Being overweight does not necessarily mean one is obese. Ever heard of…

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“The work speaks a lot to me about my journey as an artist and my process of Inspiration. It could be likened to a bout of light transferring some energy to you.”–Igbinosa Nosakhare

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VulnerableMy body yearns to be let loose from its confinesMy heart yearns to be free from behind bars of stormy cloudsShe reaches out for rainRain and its cool aftermath. TachycardiaMy heart races anxiouslyMy mind goes into senescence pulling my heart on its threadytrail but there ! It snapsShe’s on fire ! she reaches out for rain. BarricadedTwo separate worlds. Life from my spirit strives to perfuse thebarricade ,the other side is stony dull – my soulShe’s sucked into a whorl…

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My Iro Is A Palanquin

My Iro is tethered to a large chunk of weathered rockThat reared its nodular head from time to timeHaving conquered gravityIt says we will take off and flyI ask, “where are your wings?”It counters, “how do you stand on thin air?” Yes it is thin air. I do not know how butI stand as though I were on firm groundIt chuckles, “what if I said your Iro is threadbare?”Well, that I wouldn’t understand for my eyesStill perceive the wavy lines…

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The Joker

“I’m normally drawn to pictures that I like. I’ve watched The Joker, and it was a nice movie for me, but that particular scene was captivating. There were a lot of emotions, particularly anger, building up in him and I wanted to capture that on paper.” –Ndubueze Chukwuka

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