Dehumanization – the perception of other people as less than human – is a psychological process that has accompanied some of the worst atrocities in human history. A growing body of scientific knowledge is uncovering and revealing the psychological processes… Read More ›
IHEDIOHA’S Technical Education Master Plan, A Pathway For Job Creation, Economic Development, By Lancelot Obiaku
No one can gainsay the fact that technology rules today’s world. There is hardly any sector of the world economy that has not come under the positive influence of products of technology. It has improved the ease of doing work,… Read More ›
I was just informed a few minutes ago of the withdrawal of the appointment offered me as the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the Nigerian Senate President, Dr Ahmad Lawan. I had hitherto enjoyed every of the diatribes… Read More ›
President Buhari And His APC Co-Travelers Break The Proverbial Nsugbe Cocoa-Nut For South-Easterners, By Kelechi Abonuyo
Do Ndi-Igbo still remain and have faith in Buhari’s Nigeria, occasionally smiling wryly and laughing sheepishly or strenuously, kowtow, en mass, the essence and benefits of the now prophetic utterances of Nnamdi Kalu’s IPOB?
Ninth NASS: The Treacherous Exclusion Of South East And The Hypocrisy Of One Nigeria, By By Alex Enemanna*
If there is anything the ruling party, APC will be remembered for by the future generations and in the annals of our history apart from the medieval flight mode it has locked the country in, it is the treachery of… Read More ›
Before he got a respite via a high court order last week, ex-Governor Rochas Okoracha had become a political orphan of sort. Such was his waning influence that he had to revive his 1990s-2000s video clippings to be aired on… Read More ›
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” John Quincy Adams
Nigerians were left speechless on May 29 when after taking the oaths of office and allegiance, President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo left the Eagle Square, the venue of the Presidential Inauguration ceremony without uttering a word.
Arise, O compatriots, Nigeria’s call obey To serve our fatherland
May 30th, 2019 represents the 52nd anniversary of the declaration of the Republic of Biafra.
Act 1: Scene 1 In slow motion, common sense somersaulted repeatedly as an absurd scene unravelled along the Abuja-Lokoja Road at sunrise. It wasn’t a Nollywood session. Call it Horror-wood, you won’t be wrong. Right on the federal road,… Read More ›
“Nigeria is not at peace and unity and cooperation with itself. Great chasms yawn between ethnographic, ethnofaith and ethnocentric groups. Our unhappy Nigeria is torn and tortured, and the peoples of this country walk in fear lest, through no fault… Read More ›