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May 27, 2018

US warns citizens against travelling to 20 states in Nigeria, Imo inclusive

The United States has cautioned its citizens to avoid all travel to 20 states in Nigeria for security reasons, stating that the security there remains fluid and unpredictable. The Department of State, specifically warned Americans against travel to Adamawa, Borno, and Yobe states, noting that it’s ability to provide assistance to US citizens in the three states remains severely limited. The Department of State in a travel warning on its website on Wednesday, strongly urged US citizens in Nigeria to consider their own personal security and to keep personal safety in the forefront of their travel planning. The Department recommended…

Curbing the menace of Prostitution in Nigeria

“Do you not know that your body is the temple of God and that the Holy Spirit dwells in you?” (cf. 1 cor. 3:16). Oxford Advanced Learners’s Dictionary defines a Prostitute as “A person who has sex for money”. Tackling the menace of prostitution is a crucial part of challenging the sexual objectification of women. Prostitution is really an ultimate form of objectification as it is based on the idea that is acceptable for women to be treated like commodities, to be bought and sold for sexual gratification. The official teaching of the Catholic Church; The Catechism of the Catholic…

THE TEN ‘I’s THAT BREAK THE HOME (2)

As October 1 draws near

INFIDELITY Infidelity in marriage can also be referred to as cheating, adultery or extramarital affair. Wikipedia defines it as the subjective feeling that one’s partner has violated a set of rules or relationship norms and this violation results in feelings of sexual jealousy and rivalry. The violation can be sexual in nature, for example involving kissing, sexual fondling or sex with another individual outside of the marriage relationship. Statistics reveal that the rate of infidelity in marriage is higher in men than in women. In their book, Close Encounters: Communication in relationships, Guerrero, Anderson and Afifi maintained that men are…