I do not claim to be a boisterous parrot in the analysis of the Nigerian political scenery. Conversely, I am neither a spalax, concealed blindly within a shadowy subterranean universe and lacking the ocular awareness of the reality of the world of political colors.
At what point did our forefathers went wrong to handÂ us over these treasures. At what point did they offend us that their hard labors of creating an identity which is African are going drains?
Hello! I’m contacting you because the organization you’re a contact for, Codewit Global Network, has been added to TakingITGlobal’s Organizations Database. You can view your listing here: http://takingitglobal.org/resources/orgs/view.html?OrgID=37745 TakingITGlobal is a youth-led organization that aims to inspire, inform, and involve young people in the world. One of the ways that we inform and involve is […]
Dear Codewit Management and Members, I will start by expressing my gratitude to the Management and all members of Codewit who have voted me as Best Author of the Month. To be frank I am very much delighted in this accomplishment. I practically ran out of expression when I saw it on the front page […]
The ability to think is a universal endowment of humans. But, it is not everyone that can actually think clearly. Precise thinking is gained through an added effort upon human rationality or intelligence. Clarity of thought is like a staircase to certitude in knowledge. Ambiguity in thinking creates ambiguity in lifestyle. And ambiguity in lifestyle […]
The managementCodewit Global Network A Letter of Appreciation to Codewit Global Network I have just received a package in my mail box containing the Certificate of Appreciation and that of an Award as the best author of the month of September 2008. I am grateful for this honor in addition to given me the […]
It is ridiculous oftentimes to seat down and reflect on the worldâ€™s famous celebrities and their often empty and spurious concerns for Africa.
Peter Van Inwagen (1977) is John cardinal Oâ€™ Hara professor of philosophy at the university of Notre Dame.
The book is thoroughly grounded on Islamic history and based on extensive research. It is considerably an expanded and upgraded research with comprehensive analysis of the socio-political, religious and economic problems confronting Islamic Philosophy of Education. It is simple in style, direct and unpretentious.
Good day! It is with great pleasure that I write this message on behalf of the Codewit Global Network community. Our movement comprises of a dynamic group of Africans and Non Africans who undertake various activities with the goal of establishing functional literate communities in Africa to bridge the gap between poverty and prosperity. The […]