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Okwuchukwu Ndulue

Okwuchukwu Ndulue

What is it with the vaccines?

Apathy to vaccination is perhaps as old as vaccination itself, but the novelty of the COVID-19 virus has brought with a novelty of sorts on

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What is it with leisure?

In a world where the dignity of labour has often been beatified, indolence has been treated as a vice, and rest is often not emphasized

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What is it with the GOAT debate?

It is possible that nothing would bring Madeira, Portugal and Rosario, Argentina into context more than the rivalry generated by their favourite sons; Christiano Aveiro

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Steak on a grill, by Devon Breen on Pixabay.

What is it with Salt Bae?

For the active users of the social media, a wide range of services are advertised, and even a wider range of media products are distributed

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A boy screaming into a microphone, photo by Freeillustrated on Pixabay.

What are words worth?

It is possible to say that indeed there is a growing sentiment over the actual value of words, or a growing fluidity of meaning on

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How English is the English national team?

As of now, it may not be as ‘bad’ as the French national team, where on most matchdays, only two or three players on the field are actually ethnic Frenchmen. However, the difference is that the French would not hesitate to identify with the origins of their national team players in times of success.

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What is it with freedom?

It was Karl Marx, who said that the history of humanity can be summarized as the history of class struggle. Maybe, He was right based

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IN DEFENCE OF SCAR

By Okwuchukwu Augustine Ndulue. Scar is easily the villain in the Lion King movie. Mufasa’s evil brother and Simba’s wicked uncle, from his dry crackling

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