Archives for January 2017

Women Are Not Always The Problem In Relationships


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Women Are Not Always The Problem In Relationships

I have noticed that; Benue men hardly ever think a man can go wrong in a relationship. For instance: If a man creates a thread that his girlfriend cheated on him, our men are quick to insult her and tell him to move on. But if a woman creates a thread that her man cheated on her, most of our […]

Omugwo Also Known As After-Birth Care In Nigeria


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‘Omugwo’ is an Igbo word that is used to describe the practice in which a nursing mother and her baby is taken care of by a close family member. In most cases, it is done by the mother or mother-in-law except in the case where they are not available, then another close female family member steps in. This practice though […]

To: Mama Shipenen Betty Ikeseh


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I thank you for the discipline, the spankings (even though you say you can’t remember any of it now) in my early developing years, it helped shape my life. We have become so close because of our shared love for God and the things of God. I thank God that He blessed you with a good man and thank you […]

How Mammy market got its name


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‘Mammy Market = Mammy Ochefu’ It was in 1959. Mammy Ode, a young girl from Jericho-Ugboju in the present Otukpo Local Government Area of Benue State was married to Anthony Aboki Ochefu, a young Non-Commissioned military officer who had just been posted to Enugu from Abeokuta. They were quartered at the Army Barracks, Abakpa, Enugu. To beat idleness and perhaps […]