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Artists, Creatives, Stories 25/03/2022 by Iam Benue

Now It’s Mark Owi’s Time

It is conspicuous that Benue State is truly blessed with prominent and illustrious personalities of noble repute. One of such highly placed personalities is Mark Abraham Owoicho better and prominently known as Mark Owi who hails from Ohimini Local Government Area of Benue State, Nigeria. Mark Owi graduated from one of the most prestigious universities in Nigeria, precisely in Benue […]

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mags delight © I am Benue 2022

Business, Stories 11/02/2022 by Akaafele

The Big Interview With Margaret Bertie Of Mags Delight

I am Benue caught up with Margaret Bertie of Mags Delight for her birthday, to get a deeper look into her incredible wholesale business.  We discussed fashion, why Mags Delight is considered one of the best shops to buy electrical goods, and her honest opinion on the difficulties of running a business in Nigeria whilst living in the UK. Q. […]

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Unplanned Conversation 29/01/2022 by Akaafele

Meddy Olotu On Music, Culture, And Giving Back To Otukpo

In this unstructured conversation with I am Benue, Idoma multi-award-winning artiste, Meddy Olotu, opened up on how his music career started and his inspirations. He talks about the power of his voice and music, why he chooses to address issues affecting our society in his music, and why many other musicians don’t. Thank you for taking out time to be […]

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Unplanned Conversation 27/01/2022 by Akaafele

Daniel Tsaker: How God’s Love Changed My Life

In our conversation with the Team Lead of ValueBem, Mr. Tersugh Daniel Tsaker will inform you on how everything we encounter in life tends to add great value to us. Learning from Tsaker’s journey proves that sometimes in life, it takes a person to believe in you to achieve the things that you want to do. Tsaker talks about his […]

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mimidoo williams © I am Benue 2021

Culture, Relationship, Stories 30/10/2021 by I am Benue

The Hidden Secret Of The Benue Woman

I was highly disappointed reading a debate recently about Benue women being given to visitors as “kola”. Well, thank God for the person who vindicated Benue women! She was not even from Benue State but has lived in Benue all her life. According to the English Dictionary and Thesaurus, a woman is “an adult female person”, however, I refer to […]

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chekwa Raphael © I am Benue 2021

Building Engineering, Development 11/02/2021 by Akaafele

More About Chekwa Raphael That You Need To Know

The versatile young man was born to the family of Pa Christopher Philip Akume Chekwa Kulatsa Kpile, of Mbaagule, Mbazembe, of Ipav extraction in Gboko Local Government Area, Benue State and Ma Elizabeth Theresa Ashide nee Zungwe Ajabu of Mbaagwa, Ukan, Ushongo Local Government Area of Benue State; all of the blessed memory. His siblings include Mrs Tarkaa Comfort Gertrude […]

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jungle justice © I am Benue 2021

Social Justice 5/02/2021 by Doosuur Ukula

This Is One Of The Reasons Why Nigerians Are Against Jungle Justice

“Stone him!” “Kill him!” “Finish the idiot!” “He deserves the death sentence!” The furious hubbub of voices yelled in the air, creating a toxic atmosphere. Even the clouds seemed depressed and frustrated on that evening such that it refused to smile, it seemed so moody, the sun also began to run and take shelter behind the depressing clouds. A handsome […]

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Food, Stories 5/08/2020 by Barnabas Wanger Akaazua

Tomato Waste In Benue State; The Way Forward

With no disrespect to anybody, I have seen so many people make very ignorant posts about tomato waste in Benue state and ask why this cannot be processed into tomatoes puree. The truth is, Benue tomatoes have one of the lowest qualities and cannot be used for processing into tomatoes paste for several reasons. Tomato varieties used for processing are […]

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Artists, Creatives 8/07/2020 by Akaafele

Joy Iorvihi Is A Versatile Artist

Her works take a critical view on social, political and cultural issues, often referencing traditional African history and culture as a source of inspiration and debate. Joy is particularly interested in using art as a way to restore our connection to our diminishing culture which we are fast leaving behind. She feels there is a sense of urgency for contemporary […]

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