• Article, ‘Ndifreke Andrew-Essien, Able Though Disabled‬.’

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    WHEN I got the email from the executive director of FAECARE Foundation, Ndifreke Andrew-Essien inviting me to the foundation’s Hope Again Initiative (HAI) graduation seminar, I knew I had to cancel all engagements to attend the occasion on Friday, September 30, 2016. ‪ Ndifreke’s love for people with disabilities is infectious. FAECARE Foundation targets vulnerable…

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    The Falling Standard Of Education In Nigeria

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    The teaching profession in Nigeria, however socially valuable, does not attract a high social status. It’s the reason that  people ask teachers why they are in the teaching profession. Having taught teenagers myself and rose to the position of a head teacher, primary, some years back, a school desirous of a good reputation must have…

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    Nelson Mandela: One Year After

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    December 5, 2014 will be the first year anniversary of the death of Africa’s leading statesman Nelson Mandela whose death created an honest leadership vacuum that is yet to be filled in our continent. The story of South Africa will not be adequate without the recognition of the starring role by former President F.W. de…

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    Which Region Will Benefit If Nigeria Disintegrates?

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    The 2014 national dialogue that ought to have been a dialogue of real negotiations that should usher in a strong democracy painfully became a discourse of money matters (resource control) with flag-wavers giving ultimatum if regional demands are not met while others are allegedly trying to scuttle the plans of others. How can you elucidate…

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