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Amos Adamu’s Travails: the Consequences of Greed and Corruption

On Saturday 16 October 2010, Complete Sports magazine did a poll to its readers titled: “Is Dr. Amos Adamu A Curse Or A Blessing To Nigerian Football?” I took my time to trawl through all the comments and feedback left by Nigerians.…



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Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on November 20, 2010 at 12:08am — No Comments

A STUDENTS PRAYER

I thank you JAMB, for your mercies on me after 4 years of sitting at home and writing again and again, may you live to see me become the MD and CEO of multinational companies, oh my greatest ivy league, you I appreciate the most for choosing me out of many others, and by the special grace of all my lecturers I will not disappoint you. Oh my greatest SSANU and ASUU my prayer is that you get your pay checks on time, because I remember all your longest strikes, and thanks to you I’m almost 30.but… Continue

Added by OYETIMEIN ADEWALE.A on November 17, 2010 at 11:36am — No Comments

A NEW WIND OF CHANGE IN DELTA STATE.

There is need 4CHANGE.We are calling on all deltans home and abroad,should be ready 4 change,this can be achieved through enlightement,political education & socialization,on d need 4 cultivation & instituionalization of a democratic political culture,exemplified by political tolerance,attitude of interpersonal trust and co-operation,constant dialoque,negotiation & compromise.

Added by MR TAFRI ESE MARK on November 17, 2010 at 11:32am — No Comments

EDUCATION AND CORRUPTION

The synergy of paralysis and death to this sector of our economy,country and nation. Education has been known to be a liberator of life from the so many uncertainties and challenges of the future, while corruption is a canker worm that burrows through the depth of the fibers of truth, justices and equity and renders it a chick in the midst of eagles with no power to compete when the occasion arises. These two (EDUCATION AND CORRUPTION) are supposed to go their separate ways, but in this country… Continue

Added by OYETIMEIN ADEWALE.A on November 17, 2010 at 11:25am — No Comments

THE HOPE OF ANATION (2)

This nation, our nation has suffered too much in the hands of the insensitive leaders that have paraded the stage of ruler ship. The other day someone was asking me, what do think is the

hope of this nation. Well, let’s see it this way, or basically from my own

perspective as a youth of these nation, who has felt and suffered the whips of

this so called leaders. As a youth, even if I have not seen much…

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Added by OYETIMEIN ADEWALE.A on November 17, 2010 at 11:20am — No Comments

Nigeria's Cyber Civil War and its Implication

The raging debate on Nigeria’s corporate sustainability is increasingly attracting more attention from various intelligent communities and analysts from within and outside Nigeria. After all I have always maintained that should the status-quo persist, a spontaneous unrest can’t be ruled out. However, most of our Southern Nigerian compatriots assume and wish that this leads to the country’s breaking up into two; North and South, assuming that their predicament…
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Added by Mohammad Qaddam Sidq Isa on November 17, 2010 at 7:00am — No Comments

PROJECT TOPICS AND THE MATERIALS FOR STUDENTS

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Added by Nwokedi sam on November 16, 2010 at 2:23pm — No Comments

Revisiting The Remunerations of Nigerian Legislators: Time For Action

I am really sorry I have to bring this up again, but my conscience, frustration and disgust will not allow me to rest. I have written several times about this issue, but because the situation is getting worse, I still have to write about it.…



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Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on November 14, 2010 at 9:07am — No Comments

BAD GOVERNANCE.

Governance is a people to people movement. It is a vibrant interaction between people, between structures, processes that support the exercise of legitimate authority in provision of sound leadership, direction, oversight, and control of an entity in order to ensure that its intention and purpose is achieved, and that there is proper accounting for the conduct of its affairs, the use of its resources, and the results of its actions.

Bad governance results to huge loss in…

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Added by MR TAFRI ESE MARK on November 12, 2010 at 1:00am — No Comments

REHABILITATION OF EX-MILITANTS

Community is a group living together in an area with common values and social cohesions. Merriam Webster defines community as a group of people with common characteristic or interest living together within a larger society. Niger Delta, Bayelsa, and Rivers State comprises of community living within a larger society in…

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Added by Ayodele Fashemi on November 9, 2010 at 5:42am — 1 Comment

Of Nigerian Democracy, Governance And Profligacy

I have spent a total of nine months in Nigeria since my relocation experiment started and everyday I wake up to see what those ruling us have done and are still doing to Nigeria, I become despondent, desperate…

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Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on November 8, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments

COMMENT ON: EFCC: German Court Papers Delaying Siemens Trial (TOP STORIES IN TODAY'S "THIS DAY" ONLINE NEWSPAPER

I read in today's edition of "This day" that EFCC is in claiming to be having some difficulties with charging the "SIEMENS" suspects, especially the fat cows among them to court. This I have to say to this new "cold feet" attitude of EFCC: Well! Well! Well! EFCC so far every right thinking and well meaning Nigerian has given you their unflinching support. But now, these Nigerians are beginning to get weary and also beginning to have cause to doubt EFCC's sincerity…
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Added by Tunde Adekoya on November 8, 2010 at 7:45am — No Comments

POLITICAL EFFICACIOUS.



The entire citizenry must be prepared to take our destinies in own hands by being politically efficacious.the people at the grass roots should,in particular be alive to their civic responsibilities.they should participate actively in the political process by voting in all elections,reject corrupt,selfish,unrsponsive office holder who are seeking re-election in preference for reponsive,selfless and accountable candidates.civil society organizations…

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Added by MR TAFRI ESE MARK on November 7, 2010 at 4:56pm — No Comments

THE HOPE OF A NATION.

The issues of life are so many, ranging from health, education social, economic and marriage. As easy as it for some, that’s how hard and difficult it is for others, many have lost hope while few are still

standing but for how long, that is the question. Considering a society like

mine, where the youths are mostly hit by these issues, which in their case

concerns EDUCATION, and hope for a better future. Such is the dream of…

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Added by OYETIMEIN ADEWALE.A on November 7, 2010 at 4:51pm — No Comments

For the few amidst us

I read recently that all former Head of states in Nigeria are to receives salary for life,even though their emolument alnd other benefits are ongoing this is sad considering the numbers of unemployed graduate and other teeming populace that are not feed well as citizen, time will tell...............

Added by Festus Ogunrewo on November 6, 2010 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Groups Against Former Military Leader as President of Nigeria, acronym( GAFMLP, Nigeria)

Come join us sanitize Nigeria. Help stamp out power rats, haters of democracy in Nigeria. Same people that scuttled democracy in Nigeria for decades wants to reap were they did not sow. Join now to free Nigeria from them 'militrocracy'. Save democracy in Nigeria. Don't vote any former military leader! Join now! Groups Against Former Military Leader as President of Nigeria, acronym( GAFMLP, Nigeria)

Added by Ota Man on November 4, 2010 at 1:51pm — 3 Comments

When will we have a leader?

When will we have a leader?

After 50 years of independent thinking and sovereignty of the nation Nigeria, she still can’t pride herself on having had a leader of repute that could distinctively layout a blueprint on where she should steer, ply the way and have others follow same path. That is what we have been expecting for almost half a century and as we prepare to mark our 50 years of nationhood, let us celebrate and hope that we get a leader that will first…

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Added by Don Matete on November 4, 2010 at 10:48am — No Comments

Political Promise.

HOW DO YOU KNOW WHEN A POLITICIAN IS LYING?

Added by MR TAFRI ESE MARK on November 4, 2010 at 10:34am — No Comments

How much does a vote cost?

How much does a vote cost?

To a person of value it may cost him or her character, what about Amos Adamu? Theman who allegedly offered to sell his World Cup bid vote and was provisionally suspended a fortnight ago by Federation of International Football Association (FIFA). A vote may cost the executive board member $800,000.00 to be paid twice. That is the way life goes, as a man who…

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Added by Don Matete on November 4, 2010 at 9:27am — No Comments

MTN Scholarship Award 2010/2011 - List of Shortlisted Candidates for Aptitude Test

Following the MTN Foundation's call for applications for the 2010/2011

MTNF Science & Technology Scholarship awards, the under-listed

applicants have been shortlisted for the aptitude test due to take place

as follows:



Date: Saturday, 6th November, 2010

Time: 7.00 a.m. prompt



Venues:



Northern Centre

Department of Water Resources & Environmental

Faculty of… Continue

Added by Hotnigerianjobs.com on November 4, 2010 at 7:00am — No Comments

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