March 2011 Blog Posts (33)

Deltawomen is petitioning to end female sexual harassment at universities in Delta State

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March 30, 2011



Deltawomen is petitioning to end female sexual harassment at universities in Delta State



Deltawomen NGO is relentlessly working to end female sexual harassment in institutions of higher education in Delta State, Nigeria. The United States Department of State has labeled female sexual harassment in Nigerian universities as an epidemic. An estimated 80 percent of female students in Delta State are at one time or another harassed by… Continue

Added by deltawomen on March 31, 2011 at 11:35pm — 1 Comment

The Fall of Gaddafi, Blow to Sub Sahara African Youths.

Yes he is a dictator, yes he must go after 42 years, yes he has done many evil things but there is no gain saying that Libya under Gaddafi has been a melting pot and economic gateway for subsahara African youths. As all fingers are not equal, many poor Subsahara african youths who cannot afford the rogorous efforts to get visa or money for ticket has make their lives marks and living hustling in Libya. As am writing, there is  hundreds of sub sahara african youths in the desert making their way… Continue

Added by chris "ezumezu" ogige on March 31, 2011 at 1:40pm — No Comments

velocity

Life is full of velocity.

Added by Adeniran Adefemi Sunday on March 28, 2011 at 9:20pm — 1 Comment

POLITICS TODAY IN EDO STATE

 

Good Day Everyone,

 

The term Politics that was referred to the allocation of values, power and affluence has greatly metamorphosed to what the halves not in the society can benefit from particularly in Edo State. Since the inception of Comrade Adams Oshiomhole there have been massive development of numerous projects some of which are completed while others are nearly to completion this is what True Democracy and the Dividend of Democracy is all…

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Added by UWADIA OROBOSA on March 28, 2011 at 4:44pm — No Comments

IF YOU CAN, WILL YOU LET A HEAVENLY DONE-OUT NIGERIA SMACK? A REFLECTION ON UTILITARIANISM; A PRECONDITION FOR TAKE-OFF

IF YOU CAN, WILL YOU LET A HEAVENLY DONE-OUT NIGERIA SMACK?

A REFLECTION ON HEDONISM; A PRECONDITION FOR TAKE-OFF

“Hedonism (Greek hēdonē, “pleasure”) in its original sense is the doctrine that pleasure is the chief good in life and that the pursuit of it is the ideal aim of conduct”. Non liberal (orthodox) societies perceive hedonism as debase and ungraceful. This could be due to two related reasons:

i. Orthodox religions believe mostly that state of the society and the future… Continue

Added by ekrinsto on March 28, 2011 at 5:30am — No Comments

"RIBADU VS. JONATHAN GOODLUCK"

“Ribadu and His Winning Formula in the 2011 Presidential Election in Nigeria”

By: Rosauro M. Angeles

 rossmangeles@buddyandmind.com

buddyandmind@yahoo.com…

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Added by Rosauro M. Angeles on March 27, 2011 at 3:56am — No Comments

How To Establish Independence And Sense Of Self-Worth For A Successful Dating Relationship

Mindset plays a significant role in the general affairs of man. It is in the mind that we establish a sense of our own worth, moral boundaries, the power to choose, what it is we want from life, our standards, our character, our opinion of ourselves, self-respect and our individuality. These are the pillars of personality which marks out the individual as being worthy of respect by others.

It is the primary concern of each person in and out of a relationship - notwithstanding what kind…

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Added by Francis Nmeribe on March 27, 2011 at 2:10am — 1 Comment

Akuku-Toru/Asari-Toru: why you must vote Dr. Dawari George

Akuku-Toru/Asari-Toru: why you must vote Dr. Dawari George

 

By Nwaorgu Faustinus

 

The name, Dr. Dawari George is no longer an uncommon name among the people of Akuku-Toru/Asari-Toru constituency. This may not be unconnected with the recent and present political activities which have been playing out prior to the April 2011 general elections.

 

Dr. Dawari, a former Rivers State Commissioner for Energy and Natural Resources cuts the picture of a…

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Added by Nwaorgu Faustinus Chilee on March 23, 2011 at 1:34pm — No Comments

The Ambguity of Western Mission In Libya.

Since snake lay egg we know that it is going to hatch a long baby, whether it is Africom, Nato or UN, it makes no different,  the west cannot hide from their sins, they cannot fool anyone by juggling who lead the way to downtown Tripoli. the america want the world to believe that they have no interest in Libya, the British and the French is playing their little relevancy propaganda but their motives is static as pond water, oil and natural gas. While the Arab League fidgeting like a new…

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Added by chris "ezumezu" ogige on March 23, 2011 at 6:27am — No Comments

BlackBerry Explosion in Nigeria: Time for Mobile Website is Now

It is amazing the rate at which everyone is desperate to own a BlackBerry in Nigeria. It is no news that BlackBerry is now the reigning thing in the country and if you don’t have it, then you are not just there. For many Nigerians, especially ladies, BlackBerry is not just a communication device that helps deliver information on the go and impact business positively, it is perceived as a luxury.



However, the… Continue

Added by Obanimoh Siyaka on March 22, 2011 at 5:42pm — No Comments

Nigeria: Head or Tail You win

 

 There are three likely outcomes from the forthcoming April 9th Elections in Nigeria and it does not deviate from my last year analysis titled “What the 2011 elections portend for Nigeria. All the outcomes indicate a first ballot victory for President Goodluck Jonathan. We may not go deeply here to unravel why it is so but suffix it to say that it will not be a surprise outcome for watchers of the Nigerian political system.

The first scenario…

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Added by Nwokedi Nworisara on March 22, 2011 at 4:41am — No Comments

"Freedom of Choice", The Nucleus of True Democracy.

Democracy without freedom of choice is like a man without brain, the brain is like a building, it houses all the mechanism that allows the body to function, if the building is destroy or damage all it house is either destroy or damage Destroy democracy leads to autocrthic rule and damage democracy leads to backdoor democracy. For democracy to function in its principle the building that house its nucleus must be protected and respected, and that building is "freedom of choice" the bujilding that… Continue

Added by chris "ezumezu" ogige on March 21, 2011 at 6:30pm — No Comments

ONE MAN ONE VOTE: we clamour for changes in our political terrain, God bless our country Nigeria with rich mineral resources but the country's meanest problem is how to manage those economic endowmen…

ONE MAN ONE VOTE: we clamour for changes in our political terrain, God bless our country Nigeria with rich mineral resources but the country's meanest problem is how to manage those economic endowment, my prayer is that God in His infinite goodness should help us... GOD BLESS NIGERIA... Continue

Added by Avwerute collins on March 21, 2011 at 5:00pm — 1 Comment

What a Senator Earns In Nigeria - Do Or Die Affair N 29 479 749 Per Year

THIS IS COULD BE STALE NEWS BUT ITS WORTH SHARING.

SOURCE: http://www.nairaland.com/nigeria/topic-276078.0.html



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Added by Tunde Adekoya on March 21, 2011 at 10:43am — No Comments

Libya; Why Not Yemen, Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia etc?

Libya; Why Not Yemen, Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia etc?          

Written by Paul I. Adujie









Today, France, Britain and the United States began a process which will culminate in the overthrow of Moamar Gadaffi, the dictator and tyrant who has dominated Libya’s political stage for far too long!



In attacking Libya, western nations led by France, have argued that Moamar Gadaffi… Continue

Added by Paul I. Adujie on March 20, 2011 at 4:52am — No Comments

A Quiet Revolution In The Nigerian Federal Civil Service

Not too long ago, a survey of some of the developing economies revealed Nigerian bureaucracy to be not just one of the least efficient and one of the most corrupt, further it was also found that working with the Nigeria’s civil servants was a "slow and painful" process.

 

As early as the 1970, the blend of the oil boom into the liberalization of the Nigerian economy and the attendant developments gradually opened up the economic skies but every consequent government…

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Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on March 19, 2011 at 11:45pm — No Comments

ENOUGH OF THIS MADNESS, ARISE, NIGERIAN YOUTHS!!!!!!!!

The problem Nigeria has when it comes to electricity is not far fetched. Those in authority knows this too well but has kept blind eyes from the truth simply because they have emassed enough wealth not only for themselves but for their next generation to come in expense of the poor masses of this country.

With the country making billions of dollars in the sales of crude oil and other mineral resources that abound in…

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Added by ANYABUIKE KENNEDY on March 17, 2011 at 1:10pm — 2 Comments

Imo State University Teaching Hospital - An Abandoned Project? (1)

Activities in Imo State University Teaching Hospital(IMSUTH),recently christened Evan Enwerem University Teaching Hospital(EEUTH),Orlu is gradually coming to a standstill, thanks to the gross negligence and the obvious lackadaisical attitude of the Ohakim-led administration towards the establishment of needed structures, completion of the already existing ones, caring properly for the staff and so on. The hospital,together with the medical college and the nursing department of the state's… Continue

Added by Okoye Nkemjika Joseph on March 16, 2011 at 12:48am — No Comments

Imo State University Teaching Hospital - An Abandoned Project? (2)

Alot has actually gone wrong in the hospital that almost all students are angry with the whole thing.



A six year course is now studied for up to eleven years and no one cares. The worst of it all is that the students are expected to pay the fees of these wasted years. They are also expected to pay the newly inflated school fees and carter for their house rents, and other necessities of life.



People, who are privileged and opportuned to travel abroad for their studies have… Continue

Added by Okoye Nkemjika Joseph on March 16, 2011 at 12:45am — No Comments

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