Reflections On Retirement

Speaking yesterday at College of Commerce, Warri, Delta State to members of staff. Lessons of Life You will probably spend most of your life at your workplace until the age of 60 or 70 years. The irony is that when you retire, very few of those you served or worked with will ever check on […]

Community-Initiated Development And the Sub-urban Economy

Speaking on Saturday, the 22nd of December, during the 1st Owhelogbo Day Celebration at the Owhelogbo Community Town Hall. Present were Engineer James Ighota, President General of Owhelogbo Community Development Union, Brigadier General (Pastor) Dr. Anthony Okpobrisi, Comr. (Chief) Ovuozourie Macaulay, former secretary to the Delta State Government, The Osewho of Owhe Kigndom, Bishops Edherue, […]

The New Year Has Started

The pictures below are those of our new school site at Okuokoko, near Warri. In the last few weeks, I have met two of my friends who told me to make sure I enjoy my money. I tried to ponder over why they talk to me like that. I suspect it is because of the way […]

Responsibility, Replication, and Reward

Several times when I go to church and I hear, “If you shout the loudest amen, you get the biggest miracle“, I’m always amazed at the level of ignorance of the basic principles of the Kingdom amongst Christians. There are keys and mysteries of the kingdom we, Christians, tend to ignore. The pictures below show […]

Becoming a Financial Giant

Speaking, today, to the Youths of Heroes of Faith Church.   Financial giants are those who stand head and shoulders above their contemporaries in finances. There are about 2000 billionaires globally. I am not one of them yet; however, I have read and studied some basic characteristics about billionaires and the very rich people of […]

Financial Independence and Freedom

Speaking today to the Youths of Church of God Mission at CYF NORTHERN REGCON::ABUJA 2018 The average young person should aspire to be financially independent and financially free. Financial freedom according to Long Pham in his article on May 6, 2013, means you’re debt free, financially stable, and not living paycheck to paycheck. Most civil servants […]

Youth Entrepreneurship in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects

Who is a youth? A youth is any person between the ages of 15 and 35 years according to the African Youth Charter. Entrepreneurship is setting out to serve humanity using the factors of production—land, labour, and capital. Entrepreneurship is also the addition of value to the lives of people. It is also an attempt […]