SOS4 Visit To Unity School Agbarho—The Challenges Of The Education Sector

Our SOS4 campaign took us to Unity School Agbarho, Delta State, on Tuesday, February 12. As we visit different schools, I’ve been making some observations. 1. There is a lot of infrastructural decay. Many of our public schools have dilapidated buildings. Several of these buildings were built several years ago. The quality of work done […]

Attaining Academic Excellence—SOS4

Speaking Yesterday at Government College, Ughelli, on Attaining Academic Excellence in continuation of the SOS4 Campaign. We are having a problem in Ughelli and environs: students are no longer interested in schooling or reading their books. Even if you arrange extra lessons for them, they either come late or they will not attend. A lot […]

The Deposit of God in You

Genesis 4:17b (MSG) says, “He then built a city and named it after his son, Enoch“. The previous verses show how God, Himself, cursed Cain. Despite that he was still able to build a city. How did he get capital? How did he get raw materials? There was an inherent ability in him that was […]

The R’s to Unlocking the Power of Knowledge

In the first post on The Power of Knowledge, we looked at the meanings of knowledge and power, and how knowledge translates to power. In this continuing post, we’ll look at how to unlock the Power in Knowledge. To unlock the power of knowledge, it must have the attributes described below. 1. Relevant Knowledge Text: […]

The Power To Acquire Knowledge (Lessons From My Teacher)

When I was in Form Three at Government College, Ughelli, my Geography teacher made a profound statement that has helped form my life. Mr. Bamuza, a very fine Ijaw man said, “valuable as knowledge is, the power to acquire it, independently, is more valuable”. This statement shaped my approach to the quest for knowledge. Coming […]