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I am a young entrepreneur who is very passionate about Nigeria......I want to empower the people with the requires knowledge knowing that 'Knowledge is Power'....When the people are empowered, you won't need to force, beg or cajole them to stand up for their rights.
It pains me to my marrow that Imole Adamolekun was rewarded with evil for his kind heartedness.
When Professor Barth Nnaji abruptly resigned as the Minister of Power and Energy in Nigeria, it came as a rude shock
We are engaging our own PhD holders as drivers when in other serious countries, their own Doctorate degree holders are busy with research.
Someone gets a $40 million bombardier jet as birthday gift from members of congregation and we are expected to assume that all is well.
When did treating people in the most horrendous way become the only means of ensuring that rules are obeyed?
Most of us pay lip service to this country, little wonder we seem to be crawling, that is if we are even moving from a spot anyway.
It is love for one’s Nation that will cause its citizens to be involved in Nation building rather than seek a ‘greener pasture’ elsewhere.
What does the National Anthem of Nigeria mean to you? Do you know it by heart? The national anthem is well positioned to bind us together in unity.
I am left with no other choice than to live in the fear of the unknown which anyway has been our lot since I have known my name.
I wouldn’t have expected any sane person to embark on such meaningless spending in the face of hardship and uncertainty which has befallen his people.
I wish everyone who considers themselves as a youth could pause a few seconds and take a reflection at their lives so far.
As much as the welcome party is allowed, I must state that it is a shame that people will abandon their primary assignment for such frivolity.
Everyday now sounds more like they won't allow anyone breathing space except they listen to the plea of Bakassi people.
The story hasn't changed and the scary part is that we all seem to have settled into the fuel scarcity as usual.
I almost blanked out when I read that the Inspector General of Police admitted police ran away from the University of Port Harcourt students' killing.
Over the years, the mere mention of danfo drivers readily brings to mind the menace associated with recklessness, drunkenness and irresponsibility.
I have never come across any citizen in the whole wide world whose life is as worthless as that of a Nigerian.
The case of three UNIPORT students who beaten to stupor before being burnt alive is not only shocking but leaves a bitter taste in one's mouth.
News making round has it that a bill seeking to stop children of public office holders from schooling abroad has as usual generated controversy.
Marilyn Ogar should on behalf of the Nigerian Intelligence Department tender an unreserved apology to Nigerians as the security system has failed us.
How dare you complain of being dehumanised by another country when we are worse off in treating our own citizens?
I would have thought that by now the issue of fuel scarcity would have been long forgotten but how wrong was I?
It is a sad reality that even from the top. Things seem to be falling apart whilst the centre has given up hope of being able to hold.
I have often times wondered on my own how we intend to manage natural disasters and sudden extreme climatic conditions .
This is the same minister who has refused to honourably resign even after it became glaring that she was not capable of handling the aviation industry.
In about a week from now, we will once again be wasting public funds in celebrating failure.
Now as much as I am in support of this traffic laws, I have a major challenge with the way and manner this piece of information has been disseminated.
It’s either we are not aware of this fact or we just can’t be bothered as long as a few coins drops in our pockets.
Barrister Jimoh Ibrahim has resurfaced in the news once again and as expected, the subject of debate.
I don’t know about you but for me, it reminds me vividly about the adage that says: ‘There is ability in disability.’
What is the pedigree of the people we as a Country have chosen to honour year in and out?
I really do not think there are any class of people in this world who gets more cheated than Nigerians.
I choose to differ for once on the reported public outcry against Dangote calling for graduates as truck drivers
The truth is there are hardly ever any good or potent tools which haven’t got the hazardous side.
How come we just never have simple and straightforward reasons behind events in this country?
At times I ask myself if we are planning to go for some kind of war when the huge budgetary allocation for security stares me in the face.
Gone are those days when hard work is the passage to making it in our country.
We still see the truth and argue about it. To make matters worse, some will decide to call it grey when it is obviously black or white.
Looking around me, I can’t but ask the pertinent questions which I am sure will also be on the minds of well meaning Nigerians.
The slogan ‘We are the leaders of tomorrow’ now sounds more like a cliché and not something to instil some form of consciousness cum discipline.
The Office of First Lady must be scrapped. I am sure this is NOT in the constitution and all these women should support their husbands.
How on earth were we expecting to match countries who had been preparing their representatives for as far back as ten years ago?
Does the senate president even realise that the social media does not thrive in a vacuum at all?
We live in a country where the poor are treated with so much disdain, have become downtrodden, their dignity continually eroded.
I am not convinced that we truly wish ourselves well.
Corpers who used to be protected by members of the community have now become preys of the same whenever conflict of any form arises.
How long will the government indirectly mortgage our lives just because of their own personal interest?
We still have some leaders who will practice what they preach.