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Should a Woman be called "KING?" See Toni Tones' Epic Response

Good morning! A little food for thought for you. What do you think about women referring to themselves as "KING." Well Peeshaun from music group, "Skuki," is not here for it. He shared his opinion via social media:
"Some women are not satisfied with such a perfect title as "QUEEN" (a title that depicts Power and Composure). They want to be called KING. When a woman starts calling herself KING - it doesn't prove she's strong, is shows she's WEAK!"Toni Tones' responded:"Leave people to call themselves what they want Skuki. Anybody calling themselves king does not make them weak. That is your personal opinion. Why are you personally so bothered by what people choose to call themselves? That is the real question. And I’ll give you a quick lesson, initially all Rulers were called king, male or female... the wives of kings were called queens and that title filtered through. But initially, anyone who ruled was called ‘King’. Stop fu…

Top 7 Visa Application Tips If You Intend to Study In Canada - Renowned Immigration Consultant, Taiwo Roluga explains

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Certified Canadian Immigration Consultant, Mr Taiwo Roluga has once again dished out valuable visa application tips and relevant immigration guidelines to individuals who wish to study abroad with particular reference to Canada. 
Below are the 7 tips outlined by Roluga who operates from Canada and also has a branch office in Lagos;

1. Ties to Home Country: Under Canadian Immigration law, applicants wishing to study in Canada are viewed as intending immigrants until they can convince the consular officer that they are not. You must therefore be able to show that you have reasons to return to your home country that are stronger than those for remaining in Canada. "Ties" to your home country are the things that bind you to your hometown, homeland, or current place of residence: job, family, financial prospects that you own or will inherit, investments, etc. If you are a prospective undergraduate, you need to write about your specific intentions or promise of future employment, …