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The Dr. Charles Apoki I know—Dennis Agori

Counsellor Dennis Agori is an author, teacher, youth ambassador, motivational speaker, and a publisher. This is a writeup published on account of Dr. Apoki’s 61st Birthday. People say a lot […]

I Have Always Heard Voices

This post is going to be a long one. Please read to the end before liking it. One of the greatest goods you can do to yourself is not to […]

Going West To Go East [4]

After the events of When Punctuality Becomes Punishment, we were finally taken in a shuttle bus to the aircraft. I eventually sat down, and it was such a great relief. Within a […]

Going West To Go East

January 26th saw me embarking on my first trip outside Nigeria in five years. Five years ago, in January, 2015, I went to Australia. Cameroon is our direct neighbour to […]

Be True To Yourself

A Lesson For Itinerant Ministers I started ministry as a medical doctor after 11 years as a medical director of my private practice at Aba, Abia State. When I sold […]

Economic Prophecy—Ruga Settlements

Following the recent uproar caused by “Ruga” Settlements, which is an initiative from the Federal Government to provide ranching for nomadic herdsmen in places all over the country, I remember […]

In My Father’s House | I Have Plenty

In the first post on “Full-time or Fool-time Ministry”, we looked at how Joseph’s and Mary’s capacity for adaptability was part of the reasons they were honoured to be the earthly parents […]

Good Samaritan Christianity And Evangelism

In the first post on “Full-time or Fool-time Ministry”, we discussed why Joseph’s and Mary’s ability and competence for adaptability was one of the determining criteria for granting them the honour of […]

Full-Time or Fool-Time [2]

In the first post, we discussed why Joseph’s and Mary’s ability and competence for adaptability was one of the determining criteria for granting them the honour of being earthly parents […]

Full-Time or Fool-Time [1]

I wrote this the day after I came from an embassy in Abuja to get a visa to visit my son graduating from medical school in Europe in 2012. About […]

Managing And Controlling Stress

In the first post, we looked at the types of stress and how one can be beneficial if channeled in the right directions, and how the other can be detrimental […]