He causes the sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous. Mathew 5:45. Prior to the advent of the coronavirus […]
In Warri Language, pidgin English, there is a saying that goes “When mighty wind blow, tolotolo yansh go open”. It means that when a strong wind blows, the ass of […]
Experience is measured by what you have overcome in your pursuit of set objectives. Leadership is the ability to be ahead of your circumstances, challenges, emotions, and those around you […]
Nothing is constant in life except change. You cannot step into the same river twice, according to an author. The water flowing through the river is constantly changing. The banks […]
I recently wrote about the metamorphosis of the novel coronavirus infection from an imported disease to an endemic disease. As I stated in the write up, it was initially a […]
In our last post, we looked at Trust: The Missing Ingredient. Nations are not built by politicians. Every nation gets politicians that reflect their values. The political class in a […]
Trust is a firm belief in the reliability, truth, or ability of a person or something. Trust involves firm belief and unshakable confidence. Any developed society is founded on firm […]
Please don’t read this post if you are not a reasonable person. Ignore it. Don’t comment on this post if you don’t understand what I am talking about. This decade, […]
In the first few days of the COVID-19 lockdown, more people died from the brutality of Nigerian security agents than the virus itself. This shows that there is a need […]
In the first lesson of COVID-19, we considered the prediction of a dynamic decade between 2020 and 2030 where many events will take place, and nobody will be certain of […]
I have been making notes on a daily basis for some weeks now, based on my studies on news items on TV and on social media. I attended a conference […]
Speaking on Quest TV on the topic, “State of the Nation”.
Speaking on Quest TV on the topic, “State Of The Nation”.
Speaking on Tuesday, May 28, on Quest TV on the topic, “Local Government Autonomy”.
The pictures show gas being flared just behind a school somewhere in the Niger Delta. The gas fare is circled in the pictures. The other picture shows a dilapidated classroom […]
When ineptitude can be so accurately predicted, as I did in my TV interview about the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), despite their assurances, I am afraid for my country. […]