In a military regime, a government orientation agency worked assiduously and toured the whole country sensitizing Nigerians on a government’s policy on the then newly created two-party system, conduct of option A4 elections and democracy. Nigerians wholeheartedly accepted this system and the result was the freest and fairest election in the country. Today, in a democratic system, policies and laws are made while the National Orientation agency are fast asleep after which they are forced into…Continue
Added by Emma Emeka Anyagwa on September 10, 2012 at 2:34pm — No Comments
IF WE DO NOT CHANGE NIGERIA TODAY, NIGERIA WILL CHANGE US TOMORROW.
Added by Emma Emeka Anyagwa on January 13, 2012 at 6:52pm — No Comments
Yesterday, a conference was held in Abuja to address gender equality. This is so interesting especially at this time when (so it seems) men have disappointed us politically and we need a change. I am a promoter of women empowerment, not gender equality which meaning I am still trying to understand. Women should be empowered educationally, politically, socially and economically. This is so because they have shown that they are better managers, more intelligent, more accommodating, loving and…Continue