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Author: Prince Stanley U Okoroji

Buhari and the Ergonomics of Tenure Elongation

Saturday, March 31, 2018
The Roman Catholic Pontiff, Pope John Paul II, in 1995 remarked that ldquo;human action is never neutral, but carries within it and with it some meanings because the universal moral law written in the human heart is precisely that kind of common language that is used in the world to address the dis ...

’Ember Months, not Uhuru Season to Die

Friday, September 2, 2016
The Great Jesuit Sage, Antony de Mello, on casualty observed thus, ldquo;Everyone was surprised by the Master rsquo;s updated metaphor: lsquo;Life is like a motor car. rsquo; They waited in silence, knowing that an explanation would not be long in coming. lsquo;Oh yes, rsquo; he said at length ...

Why Ndieze Imo Lost Their Dignity

Monday, August 15, 2016
The 17th Century great sage, Baltasar Gracian, once said, ldquo;Never lose your self-respect, nor be too familiar with yourself when you are alone. Let your integrity itself be your own standard of rectitude, and be more indebted to the severity of your own judgment of yourself than to all exter ...

OKOROCHA NAKWA E CHECK

Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Prof Chinua Achebe in his Anthills of the Savannah said that every artist contains a multitude. An artist is known by the fruits of its work. Governor Okorocha displays several multitudes; therefore he rightly qualifies as an artist. An artist is known for creativity, and plays interlink b ...

When PDP and Owerri Zone Killed Their Own

Monday, April 27, 2015
Alexandra Monir remains ever popular with her admonition that ldquo;there is nothing in this life that can destroy you but yourself. Bad things happen to everyone, but when they do, you can rsquo;t just fall apart and die. You have to fight back. If you don rsquo;t, you rsquo;re the one who loos ...

When Nemesis Went to Vote

Friday, April 24, 2015
In 1837, Alfred Rethel, the Aachen artist released a portrait of nemesis, the Greek goddess of retribution and vengeance or the goddess of righteous wrath, which was charged for the natural dispensation of the distribution of what is due to deservers. He paintedNemesis pursuing a murde ...

Fr Mbaka- Like Ohakim, Jonathan, Like Okorocha

Thursday, April 9, 2015
The 19th Century British hymnist, J. Ellerton, in his glorious song- The Day Thou Gavest, Lord Is Ended, in Stanza two sang ldquo;We thank thee that thy Church unsleeping, While earth rolls onward into light, Through all the world her watch is keeping, And rests not now by day or nigh ...

Owerri Zone And The Imperatives Of Coalition Deal

Sunday, April 5, 2015
Between 593 and 571BC, the Prophet Ezekiel received a divine mission that bequeathed a people s watchdog or watchman with a messianic role, though this messianism has no royal or glorious base, as it is a mission to pre-warn the watched over impeding dangers, (Ezk 33:1-20). This surveilla ...

Imo Big Four- Heading to Douglas House

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
The great 20th Century Catholic sage, Anthony de Mello in his teaching on destiny narrated that To a woman who complained about her destiny, the Master said, It is you who make your destiny. But surely I am not responsible for being born a woman? Being born a woman isn t destiny. That is fate. ...

Imo Free Education for Free Failure

Sunday, March 22, 2015
James Thurber in his fable on The Owl Who Was God narrated that Once upon a starless midnight there was an owl who sat on the branch of an oak tree. Two ground moles tried to slip quietly by, unnoticed. You said the owl, Who? they quavered in fear and astonishment, for they could not believe i ...

Why PDP Must Win Imo 2015

Saturday, March 7, 2015
Anthony de Mello, the great Catholic sage, in one of his teachings on sovereignty noted that the disciples sought Enlightenment but did not know what it was or how it was attainable. Said the Master, It cannot be attained. You cannot get hold of it. Seeing the disciples downcast-look, the Master ...

Ndieze Imo and Electoral Blessings for Sale

Sunday, March 1, 2015
The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC1078) declares that blessing is a divine and life-giving action, the source of which is the Father; his blessing is both word and gift . As a result of this, to bless is the function of the Father- Biological, spiritual, political, royal and even godfatheris ...

Imo 2015: Osmond Ukanacho in Cyclic History

Sunday, February 22, 2015
Anthony de Mello, the great Catholic sage, in his wise teaching on homecoming, divided human historical journeys to self-actualisation in triadic leaps: There are three stages in one s spiritual development, said the Master. The carnal, the spiritual and the divine. What is the carnal stage? a ...
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