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“Salzburg is about the most beautiful city I’ve ever been to yet!” A riveting and incredible account of an intern’s growth & experiences, by Mirabelle Morah

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Yinde Elizabeth surviving covid-19

After giving three years of her life to a job, with the emergence of Covid-19, she was kicked out of her job and was left feeling as though she wasn’t good enough.

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Watch Surviving Covid-19, an insightful and intriguing documentary produced by Chioma Paul-Dike and Eric Kafui Okyerefo, on how young people around the world including a Covid-19 survivor, are living through the pandemic. Join them as they share their experiences on living and/or thriving through the spread of the virus.

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Regardless of the reason why you are going live, it is important that you do it right. Feyi Adanlawo has listed 20 things that will help you connect and communicate effectively with your audience on Instagram.

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“Always remember that great people are built from what they do and how they react to things within themselves and around them.”

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Great Glorious Wilberforce

When we learn to do the things we fear, we achieve our desired results, when we refuse to see limits to the heights we can attain, we get so high.

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Martin Luther King said, “Not everyone can be famous but everyone can be great because greatness is determined by service.” Leaders are born to serve.

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The sad reality is that members of the masses that get to lead forget their source even if they trekked to school without shoes.

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Blind Youths are falling into a ditch, cries History

The youths are too proud to submit themselves to mentorship, they believe they can “blow” overnight. History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce.

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Many a time, people travel out of their home countries due to a wide range of reasons. But for some, the process of acquiring a visa and other travel documents can be a harrowing experience…

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grief

Grief The first time I experienced grief, it wasn’t because I had lost someone dear to me or a family member. It was me sitting alongside my uncle, he on a wooden chair padded thinly…

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Tackling Inequities Can Reduce The Burdens of Oral Health Diseases

Inequity is a disease that creates a crazy circle if not tackled. It is like a malignant growth that gets under the skin and spreads until the next generation is crippled. The evil plague of…

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If I had known, I would have listened to my father’s instruction of keeping from going out later than seven-thirty in the night

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7 reasons why women stay on in abusive relationships and domestic violence

Women are 70 times more likely to be killed in the weeks after leaving their abusive partners than at any other time during the relationship.

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Willy Edgar Jefferson Kouakou

Life is a strange adventure that teaches us lessons. It all started when I got my first educational degree in a small tow… My name is Willy-Edgar Yao Jefferson Kouakou and I am a product of determination

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Grasses Aren't Greener on the Other Side

Being strong, intelligent, creative, in charge, capable, weak, susceptible and subservient is not a function of gender but one’s personality.

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