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Walt Shakes(@Walt_Shakes) is an award-winning Nigerian writer, poet and veteran blogger. He is a lover of the written word. the faint whiff of nature, the flashing vista of movies, the warmth of companionship and the happy sound of laughter.

Hallelujah! Mercy Johnson shows off her baby bump

It is always a thing of joy to expect a new life being born into this world, and for a celebrity like Mercy Johnson, who has been married to her husband, Prince Odianosen Okojie a little over a year now, the feeling of having a new being kicking inside must ...

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Talk About Being Out Of Line: The Rumours Plaguing PSquare

I have always being a heavy skeptic on this issue of every superstar being a member of the so-called Illuminati. Because certain people cannot explain the successes of others, they seem to think it better to tack that phenomenal rise as a consequence of some diabolical contract brokered between the ...

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DRAMA OF LOVE by Chukwuma Okonkwo

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ANTHEM BY RASAQ MALIK GBOLAHAN

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Omotola Steps Out For Her New Movie, ‘Amina’.

  International Movie, Amina, directed by UK-based Nigerian, Christian Ashaiku, was premiered on Wednesday, October 17, in London. Attending the event was the lead actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, who played, Amina, a woman who suffered from psychosis. The movie also features British actors Wil Johnson and Vincent Regan, and Ghanaian actor, ...

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LAGOS DIARIES II

A friend of mine, Bennett, once updated on his Facebook about the incident of armed robbery attack that he went through some time ago. A while after that, another friend, Ifeanyi, called me and informed me he had just been a victim of a robbery in his home. And one ...

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A CHEEK FOR PEACE OR AN EYE IN VENGEANCE

I’m starting to get my inspiration and learn tidbits of life lessons in buses these days. I boarded a bus the other day, and was in my corner, waiting for the bus to fill up so we could begin our long ride to Obalende. To endure this wait, I strapped ...

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FIFTY QUESTIONS FOR GOD

Dear Father, Can you hear me? Are you really up there? Why don’t you pick my calls sometimes? Why did you make me? Is there a reason? Why am I not a bird? Did you really create the earth and all in it? Why am I a Nigerian (didn’t you ...

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Till the cops do us part

Till the cops do us part

Now there's a modern-day, Jack-and-Kate picture...without the Atlantic.

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