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How Obi, Obiano made peace at Father Tagbo’s burial

When the former Anambra state Governor, Mr. Peter Obi refused to sit with Chief Willy Obiano and the other dignitaries inside the Peter Odili’s Hall inside the compound of Christ the King College, the import of his action was not lost on the other Old boys of the College, who had gathered to pay their last respect to Rev. Father Nicholas C. Tagbo, the legendary Principal of the famous college.

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Why white women are s3xually attracted by black men; black women by white men

There is evident increase in interracial dating in the US, and also across Europe, many of which lead to marriage. This trend has seen black men becoming more attracted to white women, and white men becoming attracted to black women. Since the 1967 US Supreme Court decision that fully legalised interracial marriage in all the states, this practice has not witnessed as much of such cases as since 2000, according to statistics.

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I teach culture and tradition through toys – Bunmi Williams

We have so many things lined up and we are focused on Nigeria with a broader African context. We intend to promote the culture and tradition of Africa but we are starting with home first which is Nigeria. With our toys, you can visualise Nigeria because in each state, we have a picture of what the state is known for. Like in Ebonyi state, we know they are the salt of the nation you have a picture of the salt there. We just try to make it engaging and interesting and also very colourful.

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Natives abandon corpse, fight for inheritance in Calabar

Everywhere you look in Calabar, Cross River State capital, you find estates which have been abandoned due to squabbles over the sharing of inheritance. The squabbles are sometimes so fierce that machetes and dreaded charm, ekpetiaba (kills within five days), are used by desperate members of families to eliminate or subdue siblings in order to take ownership or the lion share of estates.

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Uvwie monarch stops overthrow of embattled Ekpan traditional head

EFFURUN – SAVE for the good judgment of the Ovie of Uvwie Kingdom, Delta State, HRM, Emmanuel Sideso, Abe 1, the embattled Unuewvoro (traditional head) of the explosive Ekpan community, Chief Newton Agbofodoh, would have earned a hurtful sentence prior to his formal arraignment by the Police over series of criminal allegations, including killings, for which he was seized since June.

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