The Nigerian revolution has taken off well. However you look at it, it is not necessarily a big bang. So many players are yet to be sure of what is happening. As expected, the stages have taken off well but danger lies ahead if we do not make demands on those who will benefit from the transitional stages of the struggle, those whose fate brings them to midwife the process of change. We must not let another NADECO come about to set us back for decades. To this end, we must begin to channel… Continue
Added by Nwokedi Nworisara on January 24, 2010 at 12:39am —
This is the best time for the governor of Ogun State of Nigeria Otunba Gbenga Daniel to borrow a leaf from his counter part Babatunde Raji Fashola of Lagos State about the parkings of this trailers on the highway of Lagos -Shagamu -Ogere -Ibadan Expressway causing along hold up on the expressway.
If the TRACEofficer are really doing their job like the LASTMA of Lagos state this go slow on the highway will be a past occurences on the highway.Please brace up
Added by AMBASSADOR ABIODUN OLUMUYIWA on January 23, 2010 at 7:22pm —
MASS BURIAL CONDUCTED AS 18,000 PEOPLE ARE RENDERED HOMELESS IN JOS
The International Committee of the Red Cross, the ICRC says that up to 18,000 people are homeless after days of sectarian violence in Jos the capital of Plateau state.
People have been sheltering in colleges, hospitals and schools since clashes began on Sunday, at the Red Cross estimates that more than 460 people in and around Jos have been killed.
relaxed a 24-hour curfew in the city to… Continue
Added by Eniola Elijah on January 23, 2010 at 9:58am —
If you dont have grill use coal like that used by women roasting plantain along the road.
I Croaker or any fish available (Size depends on what you want)
Plantain (Ripe or unripe) you can use Yam or potatoes
Garlic (Fresh taste better)
Ginger(Fresh taste better)
Maggie, knorr or Onga
Ground dried pepper
One Table spoon vegetable oil or None (Healthy cooking)
Added by Ufuoma on January 23, 2010 at 1:35am —
Book Title: A HEART TO MEND
Author: Myne Whitman
First Published: AuthorHouse, December 12, 2009
Copyright: Nkem Okotcha, 2009
Type: US Trade 6*9 Paperback and EBook
Price: $13.50 and $6.50
Page No: 244
Available for purchase: Amazon, Barnes&Noble, Authorhouse, Mynewhitman.com
Nigerian author Myne Whitman has written a captivating first novel that presents the gripping tale of a young woman finding her feet in the… Continue
Added by Myne Whitman on January 22, 2010 at 9:29pm —
“Therefore when thou doest thine alms, do not sound a trumpet before thee, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may have glory of men. Verily I say unto you, they have their reward”.
It is, unfortunately, that time in the world again. A disaster happened and the rich people of the UK and America are trying to outdo each other in being proclaimed heroes and philanthropists. Only it is all self-serving, hypocrisy and… Continue
Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on January 22, 2010 at 5:39pm —
GE Infrastructure, Water & Process Technologies, a unit of General Electric Company, is an industry leader in solving the world’s most pressing water reuse, industrial, irrigation, municipal, and drinking water needs. Through desalination, advanced membrane, separation solutions, and water reuse and wastewater management and process technologies, GE delivers added value to its customers. GE provides value by improving performance and product quality, reducing operating costs, and extending… Continue
Added by UGO OLIVER on January 22, 2010 at 9:37am —
How many of our leaders have pledged their loyalty to their father land? So many of them after taking the oath of allegiance to their father land have suddenly taken up a display of hatred and oppression towards the people that voted them into power. "I pledge to Nigeria My Country...", those are the words of allegiance to the nation, instead the nation was the one pledging her loyalty to our bugs-belly politicians, who have turned the nation's coffers into a bank account of their own. The best… Continue
Added by Muyideen Adeleke Ayinla on January 22, 2010 at 7:57am —
“A world where good men fold their hands and watch villains of history rock there world like colossus”
At the end of the long ASUU strike, the students of university of Nigeria Nsukka resumed academic work , on November 2009 to find a new VC at the helm of affairs; Professor Bartholomew Ndubuisi Okolo. He succeeded Professor Ositadinma Chinedu Nebo. We the students returned and saw a school with demolished structures; the geography class in the social sciences, the guidance and counselling… Continue
Added by ekrinsto on January 22, 2010 at 1:00am —
Look at what is Nigeria of today, 70% ex-military and past bands of auto-proclaimed Elders parading themselves to be eminent, without any singularity, traits of neither virtue nor wisdom. Comment, I have lost my father and grand father for this entire purist to gang up in their freesia imagination to sell their roasted bitterness for me and compromise my youthful age, robbed me from my social welfare to life.
The portion, am trying to address here, is to point out how this authentic… Continue
Added by AGUNBIADE Pius on January 21, 2010 at 8:12pm —
Education in a broad sense is a process by which an individual acquires the many physical and social capabilities demanded by the society in which he/she is born into to function.
In an ideal sense, education is an ultimate value and hence, through the provision of social service, it is an agent of change.
It is to a nation what the mind is to the body, just as a diseased mind is handicapped in the coordination and direction of the bodily activities. Therefore, the single most… Continue
Added by UWADIA OROBOSA on January 21, 2010 at 1:12pm —
It is shameful that Alhaji Dr Rilwan Lukman the so called Minister of Petroleum is still there as a minister,What is he still doing in the gvernment at his age and looking at things falling apart in his ministry.May be he wanted to die in the ministry but his better for him to go and learn a lesson from Dr Ernest Ndukwe of NCC for a job well done to the price (s) of sim cards from N50,0000 thousand naira initially when GSM first started in Nigeria and now to N150 or almost free .He is not… Continue
Added by AMBASSADOR ABIODUN OLUMUYIWA on January 20, 2010 at 10:05pm —
I am so disappointed at the way at our so called colonial masters i.e The British treat our visa applications.Most of the so called ECO Entry Clearance Offifers are not suppose to be there because from what has happened they lack training and I do not know if the are out of mind because how can an applicant working in a reputable bank submit a forged financial statement of account in support of his/her visa application? Is it not ridiculous for the so called ECO to just refuse an applicant on… Continue
Added by AMBASSADOR ABIODUN OLUMUYIWA on January 20, 2010 at 9:53pm —
CBN, STOP THIS NONSENSE!
BY: LES LEBA
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The incumbent Central Bank Governor, Lamido Sanusi, has stubbornly decided to continue the destructive and suicidal monetary and foreign exchange market policies of his predecessor. In this event, this article, which was first published in 2006, with progressive supplementary comments in this… Continue
Added by LES LEBA on January 20, 2010 at 4:07pm —
When the day is gone,
I look back at all my works undone.
A friend I promised a visit,and-
my loved one I promised a day out.
These promises i never fulfiled,
it was not my fault cause the day seems so short.
When the day is gone,
I stare through the office window-
just to catch a glimpse of the sun sailing home.
The once busy street deserted,
market women bidiing one another a restful night.
The street touts running after men in… Continue
Added by Muyideen Adeleke Ayinla on January 20, 2010 at 7:42am —
So many have been stolen-
And our faces are swollen-
From tears and the furnace of hopelessness
Which our people have subjected their fatherland.
When the breeze blew,
We seem not to have enough of it.
When the farm harvest grew-
We seem not to have enough to eat.
So many things are wrong-
In this land, we seem not to belong!
Today it is “operation eradicate poverty”
No fresh air of freedom-
But the touch of Spasm
Added by Muyideen Adeleke Ayinla on January 20, 2010 at 7:40am —
Whenever you need information from this department, it is like walking through hell. Send them an email, they will never reply you. Call 2128502275 (which they provided on their website), nobody ever picks up. Try leaving a voice mail, the voice mail is always full. The unfortunate thing is that, "this is happening" in America, where even if you do not have the human personel, you could always hire the services of a remote receptionist to answer your calls and take down messages for less than… Continue
Added by oke whiskey on January 19, 2010 at 8:47pm —
plizz i want to use this medium to say that it is very bad that people who r so called leaders in nigeria espacially in jos plateau state can not conrol this fight that is going on all the time in that city and when this happens it does affect the non indegens that live there,as i write now there is one going on right now and inocent people will lose there life for what they dont know about plizz something should be done.
Added by EKE ISAAC on January 19, 2010 at 11:27am —
The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) invites applications for the position of Head, Supply Chain. This jobs is currently being advised on CareersNaija.com
full details on how to apply for this and other jobs by IITA and other companies can be seen on our website. Please read more below to apply for the this Job!
IITA is an international nonprofit research-for-development (R4D) organization created in 1967,… Continue
Added by UGO OLIVER on January 19, 2010 at 7:59am —
The Africa of hope President Abdul Wade, of Senegal, propose to open the nationality of Senegal to all homeless Haitians, as reconfirmation of Africans responsibility in the natural genocide of today Haitians populations. And where is Nigeria? The voiceless giants when it matters.
This might resonate as unpatriotic, the drunkenness for power and the search at all cost to acquire more of it, had blindfold, the common senses of Nigerians politicians and subdue the gain from… Continue
Added by AGUNBIADE Pius on January 19, 2010 at 3:25am —