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The school project (Part 3)

Hi Dear reader, We use this fictional story to share some of the challenges in the educational sector in our nation Nigeria – last week, we shared part 1. The story may sound rather awkward and unfamilair to our audience... Continue Reading →

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Charity wrapped in Dignity!

Somebody posted sent the story below via whatsapp.  The original writer is unknown. It makes a great nation building mindset. She asked him, "How much are you selling the eggs for?" The old seller replied to her, "#40 for one... Continue Reading →

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Short story: the school project (part 2)

  Hi Dear reader, We use this fictional story to share some of the challenges in the educational sector in our nation Nigeria - last week, we shared part 1. The story may sound rather awkward and unfamilair to our... Continue Reading →

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Short story: the school project (part 1)

Hi dear reader, We use this fictional story to share some of the challenges in the educational sector in our nation Nigeria. The story may sound rather awkward and unfamilair to our audience outside of our nation but never mind,... Continue Reading →

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Reverse!

Oh, how unfair we want this world to be; How unjust the assessments we hold so dear… If you are not guilty, leave the room for I have a long list: A list of issues to treat in favour of... Continue Reading →

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What is your vision?

People perish when there is no vision. They go off rail, they retreat, they stagnate. Scientists say that running water has a self cleaning mechanism that enables it stay fresh. This is like having a vision, going somewhere. It keeps the soul refreshed and the mind active. It births creativity and produces results. Stagnant water on the other hand becomes smelly

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A word for the Nigerian youth by Femi Pedro, former Lagos Deputy Governor

Sometime in 1988, I received a call from a good friend, Mr Akin Akintoye, about an interesting investment opportunity with a few colleagues. After a series of meetings, it became very clear to me that we were about to embark... Continue Reading →

Investors in death

A nations development can only go as far as the value systems of its people. Third world nations have majority of citizens daily living out third world values. Developed countries have majority of citizens daily living out developed values. This... Continue Reading →

Why us?

In most nations around the world, Nigerians seem to be negatively targeted. This can be real or perceived. The negative stereotypes are unending. It seems the world is out against us. It seems overwhelming. The natural thing is for us... Continue Reading →

A true Nation builder prays for leadership

Political affiliation is one of the greatest distractions towards the development of a nation. Party members tend to get so stuck in their campaigns, they cannot go beyond an election. Nigeria needs citizens who can go beyond elections. There is... Continue Reading →

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