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Every second of each day, bits and pieces of information flows from computer screens, smartphones and tablets to our brains thanks to the sense of vision of the eyesight. The rate of the assimilation of knowledge is alarmingly on the increase. Our brains have become like computers, surfing though all that pile to glean only the main points. Reading books of up to 100 pages is a dream. Reading summaries on Wikipedia is the reality. Reading in depth is fast becoming an eroding culture with our generation in the 21st century. We prefer to cover more ground than dig deep.
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On February 14 2015, the electorates in the Federal Republic of Nigeria would be making a decision on who will LEAD or RULE them for the next four years. A lot of drama has however trailed the upcoming elections in the last few weeks. There has been a lot of mudslinging by the two major political parties of the presidential aspirants. The one that generated a lot of brouhaha on social media and the mass media was the issue of the existence and authenticity of the academic certificates of the All Progressive Congress’ candidate, General M. Buhari (GMB). The Peoples Democratic Party haunted the opposition continually on such a trivial issue and made a big deal of it. In the middle of all this drama, I came upon a humorous note written as an advice to folks:
Pornography is a societal malady. Some may disagree with the statement, others may agree. It still does not change the fact of its existence and its effect on its users. Almost everyone has used pornography at one time or the other. Everyone is willing to say: pornography is everywhere. Almost no one is willing to say: and I have seen some of it.