Nigeria is the giant of Africa that has a zealous congregation of intellectuals,a congregation of hardworking and serious minded people. But it's unfortunate that the Government,due to their inability and nonchalant attitude to brace up and take responsibility to provide for it citizenry's has led to brain drain syndrome saga. Setting the rules for our … Continue reading NIGERIA’S ONGOING MIDDLE CLASS BRAIN DRAIN IS COSTING IT TWO GENERATIONS IN ONE SWOOP.
I once asseverated in succinct terms that "There is no pillow as soft and comfortable as a clear conscience to serve humanity and that politics is too sophisticated to be left in the hand's of unscrupulous politicians alone. I also envisaged that political position should not be see as ruler ship but an OBLIGATION, a … Continue reading TIME TO BREAK OUT OF THE SNARE.
WHO DO WE BLAME ? Don't believe that the future will take care of itself, it's a foolish mentality. The ecosystem in Suicide rates will continue to multiply in our society. Not because times are hard. The problem now is that adults are increasingly immature. The society is increasingly frivolous. People have no true friends. … Continue reading WHO DO WE BLAMED?
The kind of soil in your area determines the type of crop you will plant to harvest. The kind of potentials in you will decide the type of success you will celebrate. There's a seed of Greatness in every human be it black or white once you identify them, Polish them into the desirable standard … Continue reading KARMA OF PRODUCTIVE REALITY.
One great lesson we have to learned from life is that, There's no market for your emotions, so never advertise your feelings, just show your attitude. Trust means everything, but once it's broken, sorry means nothing. Always remember that your present situation is not your final destination. The best is yet to come. Never leave … Continue reading DEEP INSIDE.
This fear Like a spear In my heart Rising fast Waking my past I want to act My vision intact Yet this fear Grips me like a bear Ripping me apart I don’t want it to last A spell I must cast Courage will I contact If truly I want an impact
People often tell me, that I play too much of Candy Crush during my free times and resting periods and that the game is meant for girls. I just smile when I hear this, but in my head, I know there is something I am learning. A lesson, deeper than just crushing candies in the … Continue reading Life in Candy Crush