A Mission Trip To Obiaruku— SOS4

Mr John Iloh is a retired regional manager of United Bank of Africa (UBA); he is also an ardent listener to our Word and Wisdom program every Wednesday by 10 a.m. on Quest FM 93.1. He put up this meeting as his own contribution to stop the decay he had noticed in the secondary schools […]

The Church And The Struggle For Social Justice [2]

In the first post, we looked at the meaning of social justice and historical involvements with the church and the state. We continue in this post with some specific examples of the church and it’s contribution towards social justice or injustice. Apartheid, The Church, And The Struggle Against Apartheid. It is instructive to note that […]

Lessons From My Wife’s Poultry and The Nigerian Situation

In the first post on Lessons from my Wife’s Poultry, we talked about the need for redirecting and redefining education. In the second post, we looked at the importance of dynamism in creating and adding more value to life and our responsibilities. We continue with the series. Friday, the 12th of October, 2018, was a […]

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 nails. But with food in my hands their aggressive nature did not manifest. One particular thing I found out, during my visit to Adelaide, was […]

Values—Leadership Failure and Development

Speaking on the 12th of May, 2018, at Heartland Hotel, Effurun, during the graduation and matriculation ceremony of the Leadership and Strategy Development (LSD) Center on the topic: “Values, Leadership Failure, and Development in The Niger Delta and Nigeria in General”. Dispensational values breed and throw up leadership. Donald Trump came into the Presidency in the USA […]