Government should aim to stimulate the forces of enterprise and competition by relaxing the constraints imposed by over-restrictive regulations, by eliminating specific controls that distort the workings of the market mechanism, and by creating an environment conducive to growth. In the government sector, emphasis must…Continue
Added by Felix Oti on May 14, 2012 at 12:51am — No Comments
WHY DO WE (U& I) CELEBRATE “MOTHER’S DAY…?
Food for thought!
Added by Arc. Fahtai Bakare on May 13, 2012 at 10:50pm — No Comments
The standard of education in Nigeria is one which is of great concern compared to other developing countries. When talking about the standard of education in a country, it cuts across the whole country and does not focus on a specific area. It covers state, federal, government and private schools. They should all be of the same standard with minimal differences but of a similar standard. However in Nigeria the case is different, if one reviews the standard of education of various schools you…Continue
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The Nigeria Oil & Gas Technology Exhibition 2012 (NOGTech) is bringing the industry together for the 3rd time to exhibit the latest technology, operations and services Nigeria has to offer. A new feature, the open plan theatre will provide exhibitors with opportunity to showcase…Continue
Added by Ania Sz on May 11, 2012 at 9:19am — No Comments
Don’t Gov Oshiomhole deserve a second term, taking into consideration the developmental strides going on there in Edo State? The gov and his administration may have their shortcomings, but is there any plausible alternative going forward at this point in time?
Added by EDWIN O AGBAJOR on May 10, 2012 at 9:07pm — No Comments
“O believers make war on the infidels (non-Muslims) who dwell around you, let them find harshness in you” – Quran 9:123
“When the sacred months are over, kill the unbelievers wherever you find them” – Quran 9:5
“Fight them until unbelief is no more and Allah’s religion reigns…
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Given the un-abating of terrorist activities in Nigeria which is taking an intolerable human toll in recent time inspite of the unrelenting efforts of the security agents, there is need to adopt new proactive security measures aimed at nipping terrorist activities in the bud.
First, terrorist activities take place in places and are carried out by persons. Therefore only two most important elements are involved, namely; persons and places. These two elements are also most…Continue
Added by otuonye chukwudi on May 8, 2012 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Nokia should know that they will be having a lot of competitors with such position as the world's largest maker of mobile phones. In the chat of a product life circle, the third stage is always is risky if the company doesn't work hard. Most companies feel relax when they get to the pick of maturity forgetting that they are not the only one in the market has consumers will always make their choice.
Nokia shouldn't panic but be calm about such problem as they develop a new strategy in…Continue
Added by jiya janet omolara on May 5, 2012 at 8:43pm — No Comments
On the 16th and 17th of October 2012 the Viridis Africa conference is to be held in Johannesburg, South Africa. The event is dedicated to the introduction of clean technologies and associated business/investment opportunities.
The intention of Viridis Africa is to bring together investors and entrepreneurs from Africa and rest of the world, to jointly explore commercial initiatives in green technologies.
The program includes presentation…Continue
Added by Suza Adam on May 5, 2012 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Sokoto Jihad (holy war) was organised and led by Sheikh Uthman Dan Fodio which in or around 1804 wedged war against Hausa states whose government had been corrupt, oppressive, exploitative and unislamic. Uthman Dan Fodio was born in 1754 at Maratha and was well learned in Islamic knowledge, Law and Rhetorics. He began his teaching and preaching in 1774 at the age of twenty. In the course of his teaching and preaching, he travelled wide in Rima basin covering…
Added by otuonye chukwudi on May 3, 2012 at 11:04am — No Comments
You will probably be wondering why I am writing so late after the news of this issue, but you see, I don’t move with the herd sometimes. It is, in most cases, with my experience, very prudent to back off and watch and be far from the madding crowd, to paraphrase Thomas Hardy. I am not accusing everybody who has written on the issue of the church built at Etuoke (?), the President’s village by an Italian construction firm, with an unpronounceable name, but it’s just that when the news broke –…Continue
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Understanding Avenues to Wealth is as simple as defining the name.
What does Avenues to Wealth mean to you? think about it!!!!
Many people think of becoming financially free without knowing how. Many systems and organizations have promised to deliver financial freedom yet leaving many in frustration but for the first time we have under-promised and over-delivered to our people several keys that has unlocked our quest to be financially free. . . Are You Ready..…Continue
Added by Engr Darlington Chukwurah on May 2, 2012 at 7:35am — No Comments
As nature’s rays reflected and refracted on her glossy shoes
Sending streaks of glistening purple across the corners and aisles,
She stood; arms akimbo, hairs in place, one foot half-raised in readiness
The audience, hushed, in expectant anticipation, waits.
A twirl, a twist, a turn, all rhythmic; all artfully choreographed
Her body, fluid as liquid, followed where the wind blew
She hopped and skipped like the rabbit she…Continue
Added by Felix Oti on May 2, 2012 at 6:34am — No Comments
People say ‘’the worst civilian rule is better than the best military government”. But if this saying is an axiomatic statement that it appears to be, how come Nigeria’s case is different?
Nigeria does not appear to have fared outstandingly better under any of these systems of government in terms of growth and development. So the question is: what is wrong with Nigeria?…Continue