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Those who need to change for Nigeria to change

Saturday, May 30, 2020
Change has always been on the minds of Nigerians - whatever their social or economic background. Owing to this, it is the firm belief of the majority, that, once change is truly ushered into the Nigerian polity, all personal plights will evaporate. A student, for instance, who lacks the self-discipl ...

Hadiza El-Rufai: When Emotional Intelligence Is Social Distancing

Friday, May 29, 2020
Emotional intelligence is the ability to sense, understand, and effectively apply the power and acumen of emotions as a source of human energy, information, connection, and influence. Robert K. Cooper, PhD Annoyingly, I cannot wrap my head around how our political leaders mess up very simple th ...

Stop Aggravating Our Fears; Tell Us How To Fortify Our Immune Systems 

Thursday, May 28, 2020
Now that the News is becoming real that the Federal Government is considering full easing of lockdown. This shows that the Nation is prepared to accommodate and manage the malignant malady called NCov-19. It is not surprising because it is Nigerian to adapt to any form of situation either good or ...

My Covid19 Experience 

Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Greetings. I am Gerald Balinnya, a Roman Catholic Priest, currently doing pastoral work in the United Kingdom. You asked me to share my Covid19 experience Well, one word or two...Nasty Deadly Some years back we were hearing of Avian flu, SARS, Merz, etc. as deadly diseases in China. Most of ...

Post Covid19 Economy Will Demand Decision, Training, Solutions For Recovery

Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Some of the rudimentary issues induced by Covid pandemic have to be acknowledged in order to appreciate the enormity of economic devastation and havoc that have taken place across the globe. Perhaps the best starting point is the experience in Wuhan, China where the first case was reported in Dec ...

‘i Faked My Death To Stop My Mother, Uncle From Bothering Me Financially’

Monday, May 25, 2020
A teenage housemaid, Margaret Adiya Ikumu, who posted fake pictures of her purported death on Facebook, yesterday told the police that she was compelled to take such a decision to keep her mother and uncle away from putting financial pressure on her. Nineteen-year-old Ikumu, who was a maid in an est ...

Governor Hope Uzodinma And Imo Strategic Politicking

Sunday, May 24, 2020
Imo State governor, Senator Hope Uzodinma is not oblivious to the fact that 2024 gubernatorial election in the state will be hotly contested with unprecedented number of opposition elements unrelenting in their quest to unseat his government which is popularly believed to be a construct of the Supre ...

COVID19 and Nigeria's Episodic Leaders

Sunday, May 24, 2020
Virus Silence eats our streets up Mothers hide their babies from the sun Our forebears forbid our visits And the markets cast stones of attrition on us Man, where are you? Creeping away in search for breath Fading like the stars Your morning is greeted with mourning We keep the count. ...
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