November 2011 Blog Posts (33)

…Of Wars and Consequences

…Of Wars and Consequences

Felix Oti

I am always puzzled by the leadership minds that reason together, and make decisions to go to war. True, there might be, on the surface, reasons to declare wars, either to stop on-going atrocities in some corner of the world, or to prevent another from happening in another corner of this same world; conquer new territories; teach that guy “who insulted my dad” a lesson,…


Added by Felix Oti on November 28, 2011 at 9:45pm — No Comments


When Apple announced iCloud would be able to store and backup music files from iOS devices, the iPhone and iPad-loving community inhaled gleefully—imagine, all of our music, with no computer connection! It seemed too good to be true. However, in all honesty, our iPhone 4s arrived in the mail more than a month ago, and we have yet to sync our music with iCloud.

Google recently released their own version of cloud-based music hosting, simply called Google Music. While it does not stream…


Added by Josiah Chinedu on November 27, 2011 at 6:06pm — No Comments


When you’re in the Site Definition window, go to the Advanced tab. Here, unlike the Basic settings, you are given more tools and functions to resourcefully manage your site. Each step can be followed by clicking each the Category along the left side. For Local Info, enter the name of your website and select your Local root folder. You can also choose your local images folder. Clicking the folders on the right side of the text boxes will let you browse to the local directories.…

Advance tab


Added by Josiah Chinedu on November 27, 2011 at 5:31pm — No Comments

The Death Of A Nigerian Icon – The Ikemba Chukwuemeka Odimegwu-Ojukwu

Prior to the 1966 coup which ushered in General JTU Aguiyi-Ironsi, very few people in Nigeria had ever seen soldiers before. They were mostly confined to the barracks. Most of us in those days did not even know that Nigerians soldiers were sent to the Congo. Even now, most history books never recorded the exploits and bravery of Nigerian soldiers in the West African Auxiliary Force who distinguished themselves in the First and Second World Wars on the side of the British colonial masters in…


Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on November 26, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Esaw: A careless attitude.

Esaw (Esau) is a lesson in carelessness. More importantly how many of us as individuals exhibit the kind of attitude Esaw had in whatever endeavour we find ourselves in? Esaw was older than Yaaqob (both were twins) and in a time of hunger gave over the rights of the first born to Yaaqob (Jacob). To Esaw it was just an insignificant position till when the blessing of Yitsḥaq (Isaac) was given over to his younger – now older – brother.


Gen 25:29-34 And Yaaqoḇ cooked a stew,…


Added by Irigha DM Olali on November 24, 2011 at 4:01pm — No Comments


Added by ISAAC EBIRERI on November 24, 2011 at 11:04am — No Comments

On our Naija Roads.

Added by ISAAC EBIRERI on November 24, 2011 at 11:02am — No Comments


A few days ago, my client reported that: "I seem to have a virus/spyware/malware on my computer. The virus/malware showed up yesterday, and within minutes completely delete my hard drive, all , my desktop is empty , I’m left with a blank desktop and no Documents / Files / Music / Pictures / Programs etc, and all of my programs are deleted , the spyware preventing me from using any antivirus/spyware programs to scan my computer."

I checked my client's computer , the computer is infected…


Added by Josiah Chinedu on November 24, 2011 at 7:42am — No Comments


Have you ever been frustrated by trying to create a brochure or flier in Microsoft Word? To create your own great-looking marketing materials using Microsoft Word and Publisher, start with a template to give yourself a head start.


  1. Insert a picture from a file:
    • Hover over the Picture option inside the Insert menu, and then click From File.
    • Browse to locate the picture you want to insert.
    • Double-click…

Added by Josiah Chinedu on November 24, 2011 at 5:43am — No Comments


The main point of most homes around the world - some people often have a room just for gaming! If you like video games, why don't you make a simple one to begin with? This article will help you make a simple video game for PCeasily. 

Read more here >>>…


Added by Josiah Chinedu on November 24, 2011 at 5:29am — No Comments


How can long can i wait?, God help me through.

Added by Augusta Iyonawan on November 23, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Ngor/Okpala: Non Acquisition of Textbooks among Public Schools Students and Other Challenges

Ngor/Okpala: Non Acquisition of Textbooks among Public Schools Students and Other Challenges

By Nwaorgu Faustinus

The role textbooks play in the advancement and enlightenment of humanity cannot be over stressed especially in the education of public and private primary school pupils as well as their secondary school counterparts. Apart from being a veritable source of acquiring knowledge, it also serves as an invaluable medium for preparing public and private school students for…


Added by Nwaorgu Faustinus Chilee on November 23, 2011 at 7:34am — No Comments



Leadership without vision is fruition less. In observing leaders over the years, I have often asked myself several questions such as;

Does the man make the dream?

Or Does the dream makes the man?

My conclusion or the end-result is that both are equally true.

    A man who does not commit 20-30 percent of its time to simply reflect on his/her vision or purpose for living is doomed to maintaining…


Added by Prince Ejeh Boniface on November 22, 2011 at 1:46pm — No Comments

Thoughts On Nigeria’s Population Explosion and Infrastructure Investment

A short while ago, at the 2011 World Population Day celebration, it was revealed that by October 31, Nigeria’s population would hit the 167 million mark; and would hit 433 million by 2050. To many, it was a verdict of a bleak future, and an imminent catastrophe.  Nigerians then sat back to wait for an official reaction from our leaders. We might as well be waiting for the sky to fall down. But then, I was not very surprised.

Do these people - I mean our leaders - pay any attention to…


Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on November 21, 2011 at 10:53pm — No Comments

President Jonathan: Proving the Sceptics Right by Femi Aderupatan

Many years ago, those who do not share our political system common aspirations doubted if the country would survive as a viable economic entity, judging by its size, corruption, and missmanagement of our natural resources. But with President Jonathan, Nigeria is at a cross road due to lack of leadership in the country.

The president indeed have proved that the survival of a country does depend on abundant natural resources but not on a pragmatic and purposeful leadership. The President…


Added by Femi Aderupatan on November 20, 2011 at 6:40pm — No Comments

Ban On Plea Bargain For Nigeria by Femi Aderupatan

Plea bargain is an agreement in a criminal cases whereby the prosecutor offers the defendant the opportunity to plead guilty, usually to a lesser charge or to the original criminal charge with a recommendation of a lighter than the maximum sentence.

A plea bargain allows criminal defendants to avoid the risk of conviction at trial on the original more serious charge. For example, a criminal defendant charged with a felony theft charge, the conviction of which would require imprisonment…


Added by Femi Aderupatan on November 19, 2011 at 5:42pm — No Comments

The meaning of Enebrayekedou

I was born on the 25 May 1984 in Ekeremor,Bayelsa state Nigeria.My mother named me Enebrayekedou.It has the following meanings 1) Mind your business 2) Depend on yourself 3) Seek for your own etc. ERNEST-A name given to me by my Teachers and Classmates in Army Children's School Nasme barrack Northbank Makurdi Benue state.They preferred calling me Ernest instead of Enebrayekedou because they have difficulties in pronouncing my native name in full.Hence i ended up adopting Ernest as my middle… Continue

Added by Enebrayekedou E. Jonah on November 17, 2011 at 4:20pm — No Comments

How change happens.

An entrepreneur wanted to make shoes for the Aborigines in Australia. He elicited two of its employes to go and find out which kind of shoe the savages could like.

One of them reply: they have never worn any shoe; it would make no sense to them.

The other said: Great! this is the opportunity for them to discover shoes.

You see, you out to look for possibilities. Change means seizing possibilities.…


Added by Richard Bony on November 16, 2011 at 11:29pm — No Comments

Why Nigeria lacks Great leaders -by Femi Aderupatan

Why Nigeria Lacks Great Leaders-by Femi Aderupatan

Great leaders have to be capable of inspiring others. Either by offering an exciting vision of the future, even if it turns out to be the dark and perverted vision offered by Hitler, and by that token a dull speaker like Bill Gates can inspire people with his vision of the future. Or by appealing to people's idealism and desire to do good as…


Added by Femi Aderupatan on November 16, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments

They Got Married.

This week, on Sunday – the first day of the week – I listened to a drama aired by the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN). Pleasantly, it was about a lady desirous of getting married but faced with a daunting task of choosing whom amongst two differing suitors she would give her hand to. It made for entertaining listening as I had just looked up the Scripture portion for the week and – you guessed - it  too was speaking about a marriage although not one as perplexing or tinged with…


Added by Irigha DM Olali on November 15, 2011 at 7:00am — No Comments

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