Added by chris "ezumezu" ogige on September 30, 2011 at 3:05pm — No Comments
I normally don’t join in celebrating Nigeria’s Independence Day anywhere I am in the world; at least not since the late 70s. I also do not write the usual piece analyzing our problems and preferring solutions. Other better, able and more flamboyant writers always find time to do that, but to what end? Nobody seems to ever listen to us, year in, year our. We do it all over again.
Our leaders stand on rostrums in parade grounds and exhort us and repeat…Continue
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TERRORISM: AVERTING A SECTARIAN CRISIS IN NIGERIA
Terrorism is nothing new to most Nigerians today. Most troubling is the continued spate of bombings in parts of the country despite attempts made to curtail them. The recent UN House bombing in Abuja is just another pointer that terrorism in Nigeria has evolved from being spontaneous to being highly coordinated. President Goodluck Jonathan has met a monstrous problem he didn’t create (and so must be giving all the necessary…Continue
Added by Bulus Nom Audu on September 26, 2011 at 11:26am — No Comments
Aba, the commercial capital of Abia State is the most taxed and levied land and people on the surface of the earth. In 1929, Aba women rioted against the British colonists over taxation. That incident has become a monument in our national psyche.
However, and sadly, the tax riot of 1929, some 82 odd years ago, seem to have been forgotten as governments more draconian than the British colonists are now killing the commercial nerve center of the South-East with all sorts of taxes and…Continue
Added by Aba Alangwa on September 25, 2011 at 5:57am — No Comments
PRINCEWILL AND HIS LOVE FOR THE LESS PRIVILEGED IN NIGERIA
By Chief Chukwuemeka Eze
The Melody Shelters Nigeria, a Prince Tonye Princewill backed initiative with a mandate to raise awareness for the plight of the less privileged in the society especially orphans, is set to launch its first TV Reality Talent competition for orphanages in the country. Dubbed the Melody…Continue
Added by Nwaorgu Faustinus Chilee on September 21, 2011 at 7:13pm — No Comments
A lot of us are fans of different clubs in Europe. I even hear some guys say am Man U die hard fan. when I hear these i don't only laugh but i look at these guys as people who just glue themselves on the t.v screen shouting and arguing while there fellow fans in other parts of the world not just shout and argue but are drilling the oil that football matches sits on.
There is an oil which is still untapped in football. this oil generates a total revenue of above 1…Continue
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In response to the sponsored articles written by one Haruna Mohammed (Former Press Secretary to Former Head of State, Gen Abdul-Salami Abubakar) in Daily Trust and The Nation newspapers, Major Hamza Al-Mustapha remarks were;
"Ignorance is power. And it is most unfortunately being exhibited by the Master (Gen Abubakar) and his media errand boy (Haruna Mohammed) in their display of childish and shallow-minded articles. Al-Mustapha further said he hoped they wouldn't push him into a…
Internet marketing isn't always the easiest thing to do. However there is one key to effective internet marketing that far too many people overlook. So, what is it that they don't do? They don't make a plan. To be fair, a lot of internet marketers think they have a plan, but saying "I'm going to make some money" is not a plan.
Perhaps that's one of the primary reasons why franchises are so popular. They present a very detailed plan for just about every aspect of running a business.…
Added by Prince Ade-Johnson on September 18, 2011 at 8:06pm — No Comments
“Our enemies are the political profiteers, the swindlers, the men in high and low places that seek bribes and demand 10 percent; those that seek to keep the country divided permanently so that they can remain in office as ministers or VIPs at least, the tribalists, the nepotists, those that make the country look big for nothing before international circles, those that have corrupted our society and put the Nigerian political calendar back by their words and deeds. ” Major…Continue
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Added by ONIYE ABEL AKINWANDE on September 16, 2011 at 11:51am — No Comments
Sustainable development is the use of resources to meet human needs not at short-term but long term without harming the natural environment. Social development is when there are visible improvements in the quality of life for people in particular geographical areas, or social groups especially in health and education and an increase in confidence and capability of a group or community to participate in decisions about its future. Community development is a component of social…Continue
Added by Ayodele Fashemi on September 15, 2011 at 6:50pm — No Comments
Ocean consists almost entirely of water and salt. The oceans play an important role in storing and redistributing heat absorbed from incoming solar radiation near the equator, where the radiation is most strong. The currents then redistributed this heat throughout the oceans in the process known as thermohaline circulation. Ocean thermohaline circulation is an oceanic circulation that is driven by change in water density caused by variation in temperature and…Continue
Added by Ayodele Fashemi on September 15, 2011 at 6:29pm — No Comments
Nigeria seems to be on the cross road with tensions and contentions, so which way out National Conference and Sovereign National Conference http://facebook.com/gblcareers
Added by Agbo Ann on September 14, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments
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