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I am a very humble and pragmatic guy that always believe that ''impossibility'' does not exist.I am a net prenuer that deals more on affiliate marketing and making legal and genuine cash on line.You get to know more of me only when you get closer to me.
I have always said it that am in full support of the national dialogue being proposed by the president, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan but whether it will yield the much needed result is what I can’t say for sure.
Suffering and smiling or Robbing Peter to pay Paul
The year 2015 will be a very significant year in the history of this nation as many have either prophesied or predicted the break-up of the country.
Irrespective of our democratic age and level, the political culture in our society is definitely depreciating.
Many mothers still allow their daughters to go through the ugly experience and excruciating pain of circumcision in the name of culture.
The plan by the ministry of Agriculture to spend about sixty billion naira in buying mobile phones for 10 million farmers does not pass any test of logical reason.
Fourteen good years of non-aborted democracy in this country is more than enough to deliver the goods but on the contrary.
Many questions came to my mind yesterday as I read the horrifying news of tens of dead bodies found in a river in Anambra State.
The university system of education in Nigeria is indeed in difficult situation and have not been able to compete with the counterparts in the world.
A northern socio-political group recommended capital punishment on anybody found guilty of corruption irrespective of his/her status.
It is a known fact that many workers (especially in the public service) no longer work for their pay.
Fellow Nigerians, glory be to God for blessing us so bountifully. Nigeria the land of my birth, flowing with oil.
There is urgent need to restructure and transform the secondary school system in the country.
Nigeria presently holds the record of a nation with the highest ownership of private jets in Africa. This is indeed worrisome.
For quite some periods now my thoughts have gone out to the Nigeria Police.
The adoption of a two-party in the country will stabilize the polity to a reasonable extent.
The news that Boko Haram had finally made up their mind to end the spate of killing and destruction is a welcome development.
Is it not a big shame that we are a major exporter of crude oil and at the same time, a major importer of refined petroleum and its products?
I know for sure that the Igbo have the resources both human and otherwise and that those behind the Igbo agenda are really focused.
My problem with the presidency is the unashamed deceit they have been leading the Nigerian people with.
The present House is even worse as corruption cases run in millions of dollars.
The absence of a strong political umbrella is the main reason why we, not the PDP, have reduced South-East zone to “nothing”.
The most recent figure on the rate of unemployment in this country is very worrisome and if not urgently tended to, it could portend a serious danger.
We most times seek to dress in the foreign attires that are often devoid of sanity and morality. Where then is the pride of our culture?
Extortion has become a very lucrative industry for many youths in most towns and cities across the country.
Governors are selfish, myopic and greedy and are always looking for excuses for their failures.
This madness of blaring sirens indiscriminately by the privileged few (wealthy people) must be brought to a halt if we must have a serene society.
The Sovereign National Conference (SNC) is the answer to most if not all the problems facing Nigeria as a federation.
It baffles me why the president of the most populous African nation should lie to his followers.
Those who witnessed Nigeria's independence never thought that one day we would aim guns at one another.
To anybody who has lived in the disordered city of Lagos for a period of time, the idea behind the new traffic law could not have been wrong.
Mr. Corruption! This is one of the biggest obstacles to the development of democracy and good governance in Nigeria.
From the way things are going, it is almost clear that worse days are yet to come.
I would like to commend the President for financially rewarding the Paralympics athletes and the Falconets.
The just released list of 149 Nigerians of high standing, so to say according to the federal government, is laughable.
When will it be possible for a sitting Nigerian president or governor to accept defeat, if defeated in an election, and willingly hand over?
Nowadays, thoughtless and vulgar individualism and misguided pursuit of mundane desires have overtaken the young people.
How can the constitution of 1999 still be the operational law today?
What precisely is the business of the SSS in parading robbery suspects when Boko haram seem to have taken over the country?
How terrible it is today,very few children,teenagers and youths of Igbo origin can speak a word in Igbo.
I have always been a campaigner for deregulation because it was successfully carried out in the telecommunication industry.
I do not, as yet understand why the president, Jonathan is working hard to prove to Nigerians that he is working for the general good of Nigerians.
This government is setting a very dangerous precedents whose consequences is only better imagined than experienced.
Sallah messages have been dominated by the importance of peace and security even as Muslims celebrate the Eid-el-Fitri,marking the end of Ramadan.
While the rich is busy thinking of how to make more investments, the poor is thinking of how to spend his money.
The creation of state police will only help the governors to ‘bulldoze’ anyone considered as opposition.
This celebration afforded the competitors the opportunity of letting down their hair, mingle and momentarily forget their failures.
It is hard to believe that despite the Churches, Mosques and other worship centres scattered all over Nigeria, crime is still on the increase.
Many young girls that started their academic pursuit on a very high note ended very badly.
It takes only Bolt to beat Bolt as it takes Bolt to set a world record and break it at will.
When will tomorrow come? This is one of the questions asked by many youths today.
It is believed that if you focus your exercise on specific areas or muscles of your body that you will be able to reduce the amount of fat in that specific area or region.