Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah
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COVID-19 palliative: Another National Cake That Hooked The Throat Of Govt

Started Oct 26 0 Replies

In Nigeria, we are all participants of corruption either directly or indirectly, but you see the monsters we have as rulers are the genesis of every problem that bemoans our beloved nation.I often…Continue

End SARS: A Clarion Call On The Masses To Play Safe

Started Oct 22 0 Replies

For the past fewer weeks in Nigeria, there have been an ongoing brouhaha on the need to end police brutality, as youths match from street to street, town to town, state to state and also from one…Continue

Phone Pressing Generation, Pressing Out Freedom

Started Oct 17 0 Replies

I heard a soundA sound indicted from the drum for protest I heard a voice…Continue

Opinion {Godfatherism}: A man not God

Started Sep 20 0 Replies

Fewer months ago, there was a rift between Gov. Godwin Obaseki and his political godfather c** two times ex-governor, Adams Oshiomhole which led to verbal assault; exaction of power, influence, and…Continue

 

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COVID-19 palliative: Another National Cake That Hooked The Throat Of Govt

In Nigeria, we are all participants of corruption either directly or indirectly, but you see the monsters we have as rulers are the genesis of every problem that bemoans our beloved nation.I often wonder where lies the emotions of these political beasts where all they could think of is about themselves and their families.All avenue met for the people are always a medium for them to loot. I could always imagine if they studied a course titled ' Corruptionology and Theifinology' before becoming a…See More
Oct 26
Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah posted a discussion

End SARS: A Clarion Call On The Masses To Play Safe

For the past fewer weeks in Nigeria, there have been an ongoing brouhaha on the need to end police brutality, as youths match from street to street, town to town, state to state and also from one social media platform to another, with the chants and praises of End SARS and End SWAT due to indiscriminate killing of innocent young men; feigned charges upon citizens; and unlawful abuses on the fundamental human rights of the citizens orchestrated by some bad elements in the Special Anti-Robbery…See More
Oct 22
Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah posted a discussion

Phone Pressing Generation, Pressing Out Freedom

I heard a soundA sound indicted from the drum for protest I heard a voice A voice for freedom I took a peep I saw the phone pressing generation As they match in multitude Matching across Nigeria Raising out their voices against corruption, poverty and brutality But under the banner of EndSARS. © Omopariola Nehemiah OluwaseunSee More
Oct 17
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Sep 21
Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah posted a discussion

Opinion {Godfatherism}: A man not God

Fewer months ago, there was a rift between Gov. Godwin Obaseki and his political godfather c** two times ex-governor, Adams Oshiomhole which led to verbal assault; exaction of power, influence, and godfatherism authority over Gov Obaseki through the withholding of APC's Governorship ticket from him. As a belief in Nigeria that a godfather has a power to do and undo…See More
Sep 20
Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah posted a discussion

Journalism and brown envelope syndrome

The euphemism 'brown envelope syndrome' simply connotes how journalists receive cash and material things to suppress vital information; to add personal coloration, prejudice and idiosyncrasy to news; to deprive the public unwholesome secrets that ought to be published. This is a practice common among journalists and it is called brown envelope syndrome (BES). However,…See More
Sep 2
Elem Clinton liked Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah's discussion Media: A watchdog or watched dog?
Aug 30
Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah posted a discussion

Media: A watchdog or watched dog?

Following the recent verbal assault from a former Minister of Aviation, Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode on a Daily Trust reporter, Eyo Charles, has irked my calm about democracy in Nigeria with a rhetoric; where lies the 'Freedom of the Press' on the part of Journalists to perform a watchdog role in the society that claims to uphold democracy? Meanwhile, the word 'Watchdog' is a…See More
Aug 26
Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah liked Gemid News's discussion Comprehensive list of candidates, running mates for Ondo guber poll {Info graphics}
Jul 31
Alan Jordan replied to Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah's discussion Good parenting: A panacea for better society
"Stay blessed.Thanks for this discussion."
Jul 25
Alan Jordan replied to Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah's discussion Good parenting: A panacea for better society
"Now circumstances are different.Parents should avoid generation gap and be like their friends.Because parents guide better as a friend than the strick parents.They should spend time , play game and brought some cake,candies and gifts.We have a offer…"
Jul 25
Alan Jordan replied to Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah's discussion Good parenting: A panacea for better society
"Encouraging children to take an interest in Grandma or Grandpa is a matter of including them in the daily aspects of an elderly person's care. Children who are taught to respect their elders are much more inclined to help take care of them.…"
Jul 25
Alan Jordan replied to Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah's discussion Good parenting: A panacea for better society
"Parents should avoid generation gap and be like their friends."
Jul 25
Alan Jordan replied to Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah's discussion Good parenting: A panacea for better society
"Like aggressive talk ,discrimination between rich and poor and many others.... "
Jul 23
Alan Jordan replied to Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah's discussion Good parenting: A panacea for better society
"What you say?"
Jul 23
Alan Jordan replied to Omopariola Oluwaseun Nehemiah's discussion Good parenting: A panacea for better society
"It's good conversation ,I must join because it's really genuine issue .With the passage of time weapons and other drugs reduced but other little sins which parents things it's not a bid deal are there."
Jul 23

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