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Evil house help? Search yourself, please!!

It went viral on social media last week. The video showing a young female housemaid defecating in the cooking pot of her employers! I received it from almost a dozen friends via WhatsApp, particularly from those who were aware that I’d just employed a help about two weeks ago. They warned about the dangers house helps now pose to their unsuspecting employers and offered advice on    how best I can protect myself and family from them.    Indeed, the content of the video sent a rush of adrenaline through my body. What if, God forbid this was true (with the rising spate of fake news and altered videos, an element of doubt might not be out of place here) and the poor employers have been eating meals cooked in this pot for God knows when? What if this maid had not only been using the pot as her potty but had actually been spicing the family’s food with her urine or poop?

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Evil, heartless men shall not have their way in our country, Fani-Kayode prophesies

Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, stalwart and former Aviation minister, Chief Femi Fani Kayode has prayed and prophesied for Nigeria and Nigerians in the new year 2019 saying ‘however you may feel today, whether happy or sad or whether hopeful or fearful, always remember this: that our future and fate as a nation will not be determined by anyone, any group of people, any political party or any government.

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Sabagreia: Bayelsa community where evil, wicked men dread

SABAGREIA—THE Izon-speaking riverine community, Sabagreia, is situated at a point where River Nun branches out into a major tributary, the Igbedi Creek, in Yenagoa Local Government Area, Bayelsa State. But what attracts other Bayelsans and residents from neighbouring Rivers and Delta states to the waterside locality, formerly known as Bolouseibokrogha, which translated literally means ‘a town where no evil/wicked person would settle’ is the Lake Efi fishing festival.

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The banality of evil in Nigeria

The “banality of evil” is a concept created by Hannah Arendt, a Jewish political theorist who escaped Nazi Germany during the Holocaust. The idea refers to the ease with which ordinary people can be culpable of the most evil, horrendous things if they believe, or are persuaded by a higher authority that their actions are either justified or a part of their duty.

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