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"Building the nation, one individual and home at a time"

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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Its true; the meek inherit the earth!!!

  A few days ago a book was launched in honour of Pastor E.A. Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God. This is a ministry present in 180 countries around the world. Adeboye and RCCG have... Continue Reading →

Corruption, corruption where is thy sting?

More quotes from a speech delivered by Professor Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba at the seminar, entitled The role of the legislature in the fight against corruption in Nigeria, organised by the anti-corruption committees of the Senate and House of Representatives in Abuja,... Continue Reading →

Not yet great!!!

A nation achieves greatness through BUILDING and not through BOASTING... It was quite intriguing to hear our dear Vice President at a public function a few weeks ago describe Nigeria as one of the greatest nations in the world. One... Continue Reading →

Notable quote:

“....and let me also say, some of us behave as if the president, the governors are superhuman, we are normal human beings, we also have challenges. So let us not think that because we are governors or president we are... Continue Reading →

Premium Times: Nigeria wins global government innovation award

Nigeria’s procurement oversight agency, Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) has won a Government Innovation Award for pioneering project to ensure openness in government business transactions. BPP’s Head, Public Relations, Thomas Odemwingie, announced this in a statement in Abuja on Thursday.... Continue Reading →

This will inspire you!

A lovely little girl was holding two apples with both hands. Her mum came in and softly asked her little daughter with a smile; my sweetie, could you give your mum one of your two apples? The girl looked up... Continue Reading →

Food for though: finger pointing

When a person points a finger at others, three point back at him. Everyone knows this. However reading Nigerian newspapers and blogs, it is amazing to see the astounding number of people who fingerpoint at the Government without considering the... Continue Reading →

Premium Times: U.S. Partners Religious Leaders, BudgIT to Launch Anti-Corruption Website

The United States Diplomatic Mission to Nigeria in collaboration with religious leaders and BudgIT, a civic organisation, on Wednesday launched Report Yourself, a web-based platform that empowers citizens to fight corruption in Nigeria. The clerics, under the aegis of Religious... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Daniel Joshua- a citizen role model

Daniel Joshua, a 31 year old man from Taraba State recently refunded two months worth of his allowances from the Government N-Power Volunteer program. This is because he had obtained a permanent job at the Central Bank in Benin, and... Continue Reading →

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