The three main ingredients for a successful marriage are, choosing the right mate, taking the decisions together and being completely committed to your better half. Lets discuss the first ingredient from a mans perspective.
In a classic illustration of how rumours and hearsay work, Mark Twain described in his autobiography how news that a cousin was dying quickly metamorphosed into the “scoop” that Twain himself was dead.
Who smiles and feel happy about his mandate when thousands innocent souls were lost because of it?Who sits and fold his arms when the nation is tearing apart saying all is well? Who feels untroubled and globe trots with the excuses of seeking foreign investors when flashes of impending war is going on on his […]
Philip Emeagwali was born on August 23, 1954, in Akure, Nigeria, the son of James Emeagwali, a nurseâ€™s aide, and his 16-year-old wife, Agatha. Originally Published: November 19, 2005.
The greatest challenge will be how to raise the standard of education in Nigeria with minimal or no government involvement.
Thanks for reading and sharing your articles with us. As you may well know that our network has been a buffalo soldier trying to make sure that African continent is fairly represented in the western media. It is no longer news that the mere mention of Africa in most western media evokes pity, poverty, corruption […]
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NEWS: â€œSENATOR Smart Adeyemi, representing Kogi West Senatorial Constituency at the National Assembly, has called for a law prescribing death penalty for public officials found guilty of corrupt practices, saying such stiffer punishment would encourage the ongoing fight against corruptionâ€.
BERLIN â€“ Afghanistan has slipped three places to become the world’s second most-corrupt country despite billions in aid meant to bolster the government against a rising insurgency, according to an annual survey of perceived levels of corruption.
Ever since I wrote my article on: Alcohol And Road Accidents In Nigeria, published on my blog (http://briefsfromakuta.blogspot.com) and other national and international media outlets, many road accidents have occurred.