Lifestyle

Why Our Cultural Values Are Going Extinct…Nigerians Speak

BY OLADELE JULIANA Except something drastic is done, there is every likelihood that most of the traditions and cultures of the Yoruba people especially,  and other ethnic groups in country will soon become extinct. Today, we hardly see the typical Yoruba traditional hairdos like kojusoko, ipako elede, Aso Ofi,Adire, Kembe etc which were some of the typical traditional attire and …

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What Lady’s Asset Thrills You The Most? Boobs, Hips, Ass?

Or Is It The Lips, Physique, Manners Or Something Else.. BY IDERA ELUWANDE This question is directed to the guys… Ladies get in here and see what our respondents have to say to this really interesting and juicy matter: What thrills me most about a lady is hygiene, because it is always attractive to see someone who knows how to …

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HOW FASHION INDUSTRY CAN BOOST THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY….NIGERIANS SPEAK?

By Juliana Oladele The industry stakeholders believe that creating an agenda is the most pressing issue faced by the fashion industry, and then inviting thought leaders to share their perspectives. Then the industry can gradually begin to develop a semblance of structure for creating sustainable change. -Mrs Omowunmi ogunyemi –Banker   Globally, the fashion industry is worth $1trillion dollars, imagine …

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Who Cheats The Most In Relationships, Ladies Or Guys?

By Eluwande Idera There is really no need to beat about the bush on this controversial issue because cheating is the order of the day in relationships. I get really confused at why people cheat: could it be lack of contentment or just the quest to explore. When you ask whypeople cheat, they give different reasons for doing that. Why …

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The Tattoo Craze, What We Think About It?

BY OLADEDEL JULIANA It’s one practice that you would easily notice amongst the youths of today, allegations of danger to health notwithstanding. Why are tattoos or tattooing booming these days, and what are the implications? Our correspondent went to town with the above questions and came back with interesting reactions. Below are excerpts: Tattoo is significant to slavery. Slaves in …

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At What Point Does Fashion Becomes Nudity?

BY OLANIYI TEMITOPE Across the climes, the concept of nudity is becoming a common topic.  People see the word nudity in different perspectives; some see it as fashion and to some, an abomination. Some even say that nudity has become so accepted that it is not limited to video vixen again but in churches, mosques, and some corporate organisations. What …

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Blackout and Outrageous billing by EKEDC in Mushin

Dear Editor, Blackout and Outrageous billing by EKEDC in Mushin I reside in Mushin, a suburb of Lagos, popularly believed to be the dark part of the metropolis and dreaded by the average Lagosian. One of the challenges we are facing in Mushin is lack of electricity supply. I will say we are worse hit in the area. For the …

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EVEN ALL THE SEX POSITIONS MAY NOT CAGE HIM!

The human person is a complex personality, most times, difficult to understand, and by extension challenging to predict. This complexity manifests itself in the average relationship, and where not adequately handled had resulted in tumbling relationships: IDERA ELUWANDE reports: -PROPOSING TO HER DOESN’T MEAN SHE CANNOT LEAVE. Guys get it wrong in this aspect. A guy assumes that proposing to …

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Fashion Dynamics And Overall Impact In Society

Fashion trends come and go. Fashion communicates even if not verbally. In the society, an individual’s appearance is the ticket to transmitting non-verbal communication such as the possible cues about he/ she’s status, values and lifestyle. Fashion has gone viral in its communicable aspect starting from the way we look and how we feel, like expressing our emotional experiences through …

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Breast Cancer: Medical Doctor Advises Women

BY CHIAMAKA AGOHA A medical doctor with Christ health clinic, located in the Mile 2 area of Lagos, Dr  Jessica Roland has advised the womenfolk on the need to master how their breasts look and feel as a way of dictating a problem. Dr Roland who spoke in an interview with our reporter, said this is one effective way of …

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