Tag: calabar

To Confront Or Not Confront A Perpetrator [PART 1]

By: admin March 20, 2019

THIS IS NOT ME. I will definitely come for you bearing fangs. I don’t see pretending not to know as a grace. Unless you are cooking up an unpleasant surprise
Cab Kills Ekpo Masquerade In Uyo

By: admin December 22, 2017

A masquerade has been knocked down by a hit-and-run driver, today, ten days to the end of the year. He is said to have been hit when the driver, who
My Early Days With Cleo Tao, Nigeria’s ‘Goddess Of The Air’

By: admin December 5, 2017

I met Cleopatra Tawo through a mutual friend in 1995 at the University of Calabar. She was a sophomore law student and I had just gained direct entry admission to
Mrs Buhari’s Edo Speech and the Nigerian Stereotype – MY DEEVANALYSIS [MUST READ]

By: Peace March 23, 2015

A stereotype is a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing. In social psychology, a stereotype is a thought that can