Nation Advancers

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Role models

Please join the queue!

A certain young man I’ll call him Mr. No-Rules visited a city for the first time. He needed to apply for some documents in an office. When he got there, he met a long queue. Impatient, Mr No-Rules strode the... Continue Reading →

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THINK! Be responsible…

You've worked in the civil service for twenty years and been recently appointed a permanent secretary or a Director OR Your friend, father, mother, family or church member has recently been appointed the Head of Service, Commissioner in the State,a... Continue Reading →

Christian role models in Nigeria: Dolapo Osinbajo

Dolapo Osinbajo is the wife of the Vice President. Those who know her attest to her spirituality and Godly character. Before now she was for over a decade involved in ministry to the poor and derelict, reaching out to drug... Continue Reading →

Christian role models in Nigeria: Yemi Osinbajo

 Joseph sat as Prime Minister and Head of Economic team of Egypt. Today Yemi Osinbajo a spirit filled brother sits as Vice President and Chairman of the National Economic Council. It's the first time a Vice President has been allowed... Continue Reading →

Nigeria’s ‘Farmrades’

This is Retson Tedhekhe, a political activist from the Nigerian delta region of Nigeria. In 2016 he was one of key leaders of Occupy NASS in protest against the national assembly. After this he decided to change tact. He moved... Continue Reading →

Rome was not destroyed in a day by Simon Kolawole

Sadiq Daba, the actor, ran into some serious health issues recently. He cried out for financial help to undergo foreign treatment. Pronto, Nigerians reacted overwhelmingly. But wait. I did not hear anybody talk about Daba’s religion or ethnic group. The... Continue Reading →

The best of our civil responsibilites

The article below was gotten from a WhatsApp group and ddoesn't it just resonate with what can make our nation a great place to be? Please read and as we always say, BE RESPONSIBLE: Voting is a civil right all... Continue Reading →

Building Block by Block by Temitope Ajayi

People must  know in building a society it is one block after another block. It doesn't happen like thunder lightning anywhere. You achieve one success here and you move to another one. That is how progressive societies are built. The... Continue Reading →

Thought provoking Thursday

*I'm not the author of article but  I think it's worth sharing.    The major secret of billionaires is their ability to find solutions to the challenges of humanity. All of them created solutions that brought the billions. Presently, Bill... Continue Reading →

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