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Month: September 2018

Simulation And Sustainability [2]

In the first post on Simulation and Sustainability, we looked at the dangers of simulation and how it poses a problem to sustainability. We continue with some practical steps on […]

Simulation And Sustainability

Our visit to Tinapa, on the 1st of September, brought mixed emotions to me. At the same time, it reinforced something I’ve been discussing and write about for a while […]

Hold On To Your Vision

The story I want to share about my journey is still on going. The picture above is the sunrise as seen from my wife’s bedroom door through the sitting room […]

Scars, Stains, Scandals, and Stars

On my way to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, we had to stop at a hotel to pick up some young people—members of a TV crew that came for […]

Youth Participation In Delta State Politics

Speaking, yesterday, at Wellington Hotel, in a one-day town hall meeting organized by the African Centre for Leadership, Strategy and Development (Center LSD) in collaboration with Ford Foundation. A youth—by […]

Law of Exemption—Separation

In the continuing series on Law of Exemption and Exception, we look at the exceptional life of Abram. Text: Genesis 13-15 Lessons of Life 1. Abram lived a life of […]

Lessons From Feeding Kangaroos

Feeding kangaroos. It is an experience of a lifetime; something one must experience.   A kick from this animal can kill an adult; their claws are as sharp as 2-inch […]