Law of Exemption—Stopping Recurring Negativity

In the continuing series on Law of Exemption and Exception, we look at some recurring challenges that plagued Abraham and his descendants. Text: Genesis 26:6-11 So Isaac stayed in Gerar. When the men of that place asked him about his wife, he said, “She is my sister,” because he was afraid to say, “She is my wife.” […]

Youth Participation In Delta State Politics: Issues, Challenges, And Suggestions

In the first post, we looked at the need for youth participation in politics. In this continuing post, we’ll be looking at the challenges facing youths in participating in politics and some suggestions. ISSUES IN DELTA STATE POLITICS  1. Delta State has several ethnic nationalities There are cases of the trans-generational viruses of tribalism transferred to […]

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 some authorities—is an individual who is 35 years and below. David Easton defined politics as “Authoritative allocation of resources”. Harold Laswell defines politics thus, “Politics […]