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Be Unstoppable! We won’t be stopped. We can’t be discouraged. Our past has equipped us, our present will serve us, and the future is ready to yield a harvest that can only come from a confident, committed, and courageous version of who we are. Continue to stay strong. It will …

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Bolu Akindele: What Does Home Mean To You?

It is my 4th Sunday away from church and I’m doing well. I am finally living the dream. This is not the dream, but this is how I feel. I am tired of organized religion, tired of church services, tired of the frequent smiling faces and tired of smiling back. …

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Everything Must Go – Damilola Tobi

I watched Sarah Jakes Roberts today and in the video, she talked about how everything must go. How distraction must go, how disappointments must go, how heartbreak must go, the list goes on and on. Her sermon ministered to me and I was inspired to write this article. Over the …

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Jennifer Garner looks amazing in a grey coat – Photo 

Jennifer Anne Garner is an American actress. Following a supporting role in Pearl Harbor, Garner gained recognition for her performance as CIA officer Sydney Bristow in the ABC spy-action thriller Alias, which aired from 2001 to 2006. She finalized her divorce from Ben Affleck earlier this month. And on Wednesday, …

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He’s cute like that! Kizz Daniel covers Vibe.ng’s Latest Issue

Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, formerly known as Kiss Daniel, now “Kizz Daniel”, is a Nigerian recording artist, performer and entertainer best known for his chart-topping single “Woju” and his critically acclaimed song, Yeba. Fly Boy Inc. boss Kizz Daniel is the cover star for Vibe.ng Magazine’s September/October 2018 edition. Kizz Daniel …

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These past days have been a tough one for me but then I believe that what is meant to be will always find its way. I will remain positive. I hope you will too.

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Chisom Ukonne: The Journey of Job Hunting

It is often said that looking for a job is a full-time job, and if you’re in doubt there are statistics to prove it. According to the Bureau of Labour Statistics, the average job search takes around 13 weeks – that’s 3 months and a week. The experts at Standout …

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