October 1, 2017 | For the love of country. It’s a beautiful Sunday morning, doesn’t feel like a Sunday, maybe it’s because there’s no early morning preparation activity going on for church, or it’s the excitement and stress of switching houses, or maybe because I’m waking up lazy! Either ways, it’s Sunday, and it’s Nigeria’s Birthday…. … Continue reading Unity. Love. Patriotism.
May 27, 2017 | Our Nigeria. Today, May 29th is the official date for celebrating democracy in Nigeria. This is a historical day because there was a switch from Military rule by the then military ruler Gen. Abdusalam Abubakar over to Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, which marked the end of an almost 30 years of military regime since… Continue reading Democracy Day
May 15, 2017 | An Article. It is said that any person, who wants to know why a nation is not developing as rapidly as it should, should visit any of the local government areas. Why? This is because the impact of Local Government on national development is important as it is the grassroot level of… Continue reading Is The Treasury Single Account The Major Factor For Docile Local Economic Activities In Nigeria?
May 2, 2017 | Musings 🎵🎼Count the weeks as days (count the weeks as days) Count the months as weeks (months as weeks, weeks as days…) Count the weeks as days, in a moment we’ll be going home🎵🎼 This throwback song from college days lingered in my head as the month of March approached. Time indeed… Continue reading Another Phase : The Beginning of the End
May 27, 2017 | Comic Documentary. Have you ever wondered what goes on around the newspaper stand? Curious? Read on So the other day while taking a trip down to Rumuokoro – Portharcourt Nigeria, I noticed something that’s not new in my country: The “conglomeration” of individuals at a newspaper stand. You know I’ve always been… Continue reading The Newspaper Stand
Hi guys… Are you feeling what I’m feeling over here. The weather feels confused, one minute it’s raining cats and dogs before you say “onweghiihechukwuanapughime” the sun shows up and tells you who’s greater haba ozone layer Ele way?! Notwithstanding the weather and it’s touch, it’s a brand new week and the QVW of the… Continue reading QVW of the week
Women are limiting their own progress by not considering themselves as “visionary thinkers,” according to researchers Ibarra and Obodaru. In fact, these professionals reveal that the female majority does not value the more abstract “visionary” thinking as much as they value their practical orientation toward solving problems. This is a game-changer, if we want to elevate… Continue reading The Problem With Women and Visionary Thinking