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She stands straight on her feet, shoulder distancing apart in her all-black ensemble. Soon, she stretches her arms forward and backward, causing one arm to slightly cross the wrist of the other. Then, she starts performing the kicks and the legs get busier. Nodding intermittently like a lizard, and causing the onlooker to behold the sexy part of her feet. This is top Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji, demonstrating few months back on the streets of New York the famous Shaku Shaku, an infectious dance step that has become a global obsession.

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How Buhari is making things easy for Atiku – Essien

Former Lands and Housing Minister under President Goodluck Jonathan and two-term federal lawmaker, Chief Nduese Essien, who has remained in the Peoples Democratic Party since its inception in 1998, is optimistic that the failure of President Muhammadu Buhari to substantially meet the expectations of most Nigerians who voted for him in 2015, will make the election of former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, and presidential candidate of the PDP, easy in next year’s elections.

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Why suicide needn’t be an option

SUICIDE has a nasty ring to it. It is also chilling. For a human being to sit down, think his life over and decide that it is not worth living, takes a lot of courage. Yet, it takes a lot more courage and guts to stay and find out if at the end of the tunnel, he might not find a light. The bewildering fact is that suicide bids are on the increase; and actual successes boggle the mind. In the past, cases of a suicide were shrouded in absolute secrecy. Instead entirely different reasons were given as to the cause of death while speculations ran riot.

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Succour for Local Government Workers

The hope of every worker is that at the end of the month, he would get his salary for the work done. But in some rare and pain laden situation, workers are owed months and getting the salary was no longer guaranteed. The situation assumed a crisis dimension in the country that the federal government had to bend backwards to give bailout funds to state governments in an era where payment of salaries was regarded as one of the achievements of government. The case of Delta State was a rare exception as Governor Ifeanyi Okowa and his team had to invent means to make sure that salaries of civil servants were not owed. But the case of local council workers in Delta State was a different ball game as local councils administration, the third tier of administration had to owe councils workers for up to seven months. The problem was not that of the state government but the inability of the council chairmen to set their priorities right.

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South South Guber Race: A peep into contenders’  political machinery

THE  stroke of political activities in the South-South has unexpectedly  built up about three   months to the general elections, particularly with    four    of the People Democratic Party, PDP, Governors seeking re-election breathing new life into their campaign structures, while their top challengers from the rival All Progressives Congress, APC, have mounted muscular opposition to their come back scheme.

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Even most powerful men are victims in marriage — Adebayo Salami

Adebayo Salami popularly known as Oga Bello is currently in the news for his recent production, Alagbara. The 26-episode series which he did exclusively for StarTimes Nigeria is scheduled to start airing on Sunday, November 18. The Yoruba production features top Yoruba acts including Oga Bello, Femi Adebayo, Dayo Amusa, Tayo Sobola, Toyin Alausa, Funsho Adeolu, Ronke Oshodi Oke, Bukky Arugba among others. In this interview, the veteran actor and producer sheds more light on the series and other issues. Excerpts…

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