Ezinwanne Onwuka writes from Cross River state, Nigeria. She is a Corp Member serving in Cross River state. She writes informative, creative and research-driven contents about life, politics, religion and more. You can reach her on ezinwanne.dominion@gmail.com and +2348164505628.

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2021: A Time to domesticate what we learned abroad

By Jerome-Mario Utomi This piece gained its frames from a statement issued in Lagos, Nigeria by the Social And Economic Justice Advocacy (SEJA), a Lagos-Based Non...

2021: I am with you

By Gabriel Agbo In the midst of this global confusion we shall continue to experience his peace and blessings. God is with you and he...

Local Council Elections, INEC And State Governors

By Jerome-Mario Utomi As a response to a recent intervention entitled’ Youths Quest For New  Order; Still an Elusive Search" which among other things frowned...
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Contemporary Issues in Marriage

By Ezinwanne Onwuka Marriage is neither an ambiguous nor an equivocal term. It is a word loosely thrown about. Traditionally, it is defined as the...

Value re-orientation: A panacea to moral decadence in Nigeria

By Ezinwanne Onwuka Different schools of thought consider values to mean traits, practices, acts, ideals, beliefs, attitudes and principles that an individual, group or society...

LGBT: Being Nigerian and Gay is Unlawful?

By Ezinwanne Onwuka Homosexuality is a contentious issue in Nigeria; the country does not allow or recognize LGBT rights. Most religious groups brand it a...

They detest being interrupted…9 things you need to know about introverts

By Ezinwanne Onwuka Most of us find extroversion as a quality to reckon with. We see extroverts as easy-going, people-loving individuals while introverts are often...

Polyandry in a patriarchal society: there is no law that says a woman cannot have more than one husband!

By Ezinwanne Onwuka Few days ago, I heard a lady telling someone, who I suppose is her friend that she can’t marry two husband because...

The change begins with you

By Ezinwanne Onwuka Man: You dey go Maryland? Keke Driver: Make we dey go. Man: How much? Keke Driver: (Scans him and realizes he is new to Enugu):...

Set goals, work hard and smart … Five principles of success you should know

By Ezinwanne Onwuka The dictionary defines success as achieving your aims or what was intended or achieving a good result and being successful. This definition...

Contemporary Issues in Marriage

By Ezinwanne Onwuka Marriage is neither an ambiguous nor an equivocal term. It is a word loosely thrown about. Traditionally, it is defined as the...

Latest Posts

2021: A Time to domesticate what we learned abroad

By Jerome-Mario Utomi This piece gained its frames from a statement issued in Lagos, Nigeria by the Social And Economic Justice Advocacy (SEJA), a Lagos-Based Non...

2021: I am with you

By Gabriel Agbo In the midst of this global confusion we shall continue to experience his peace and blessings. God is with you and he...

Local Council Elections, INEC And State Governors

By Jerome-Mario Utomi As a response to a recent intervention entitled’ Youths Quest For New  Order; Still an Elusive Search" which among other things frowned...

Sorosoke (Episode Two): Fireworks

At Lekki Toll Gate, We Found Love, Sex And… By Ikenna Amadi The air froze, beats paused, gyrations crippled, liguored scents strayed, hemp smoke blurred the...

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The obdurate FGN versus the intransigent ASUU

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With ‘A Better Time’, Davido continues the merriment spree but at what expense?

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Put your house in order

By Gabriel Agbo Is your house in order? Are you sure? The chaos and confusion we often see within, around us and after we have...

Social order: How ex-human rights activists failed Nigerians

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Nigerian Youth, social media and the gathering storm 

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