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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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ON WHICH SIDE OF NEWS WILL YOU STAND?

  “What I need first of all is not exhortation, but a gospel, not directions for saving myself but knowledge of how God has saved me. Have you any good news? That is the question that I ask of you.... 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 →

Overcoming the weaponization of information in Nigeria

Truth mixed with lies can be very damaging. A little leaven leavens the whole lump. The devil is the father of lies, but He is crafty. He knows if he brings us 100% lies, we will easily recognize the lie,... Continue Reading →

A lesson from America…

John Kennedy spoke the famous "ask not..." words at his Inauguration as President of the United States of America. These words marked a call to Americans to rise up and outdo themselves for the honor of advancing their nation. These... Continue Reading →

How YOU can influence 2019 Nigeria elections!!!

Voting is a civil right all Nigerians should be encouraged  To do. But election date is almost 240 days away. You can start impacting the next election NOW. By practicing and mobilizing others to practice the acts in the list... Continue Reading →

Change the narrative

"One week, one trouble" is the title of a teen's novel written in the early seventies by a certain Nigerian author.  How apt these words maybe - if juxtaposed with the daily and weekly challenges of our nation - when we... Continue Reading →

To win the war

Any seasoned military general knows wars are won incrementally. No major war has ever been won suddenly in one fell swoop. Individual battles may be won in a swoop, but wars require the fighting of many battles, some won and... 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 →

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