IS COMPETITION GOOD? Competition is the act of competing to be the best. Competition is a part of life that can’t be ignored. Often on the school part many types of competition are nurtured and encouraged so that students can … Continue reading COMPETITION AS AN EFFECTIVE MOTIVATION
We as consumers must guard our hearts and mind above all else for it determines the course of our lives Continue reading Advertising dollars at anyone’s expense
Written by Jacob Ibrag She’s the only person I’ve met that is the same outside as she is from within. Cursed with the vision of seeing what’s hidden, I’ve grown used the presence of deceivers and artificial appearance. I first saw it in the mirror when I turned nineteen, ugly with no understanding of integrity. For a […] via Wrong — Eyes + Words Continue reading Reflection…..
It has been observed over the years that the best inventions and businesses in the world were created during recessions. Continue reading YOUTHS BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS RECESSION
be willing to share your glory today because someone will share their glory with you tomorrow. Continue reading Africa: Better Leaders and Better workforce
The chair of parliament’s international development committee has called for the government to make clear what it is doing to investigate a $1.3 billion oil deal signed by Shell and Italian oil company ENI in Nigeria. The call comes after … Continue reading Major League Cover-Up
Emir Muhammadu Sanusi II Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, in an Instagram post on Monday said that the use of religion in politics is nothing short of deception. Using, Zamfara state as an example, the Emir said that despite starting Sharia Law in 1999, the state is the one with the highest poverty rate in Nigeria. Sanusi had earlier lambasted Governor Abdulaziz Yari for saying that the recent cerebrospinal meningitis outbreak in the country is God’s punishment for fornication. Sanusi said that the statement is “Islamically incorrect”. Yari, in an interview also responded to Sanusi saying: “I stand by my words that if people do … Continue reading Zamfara State has the “highest poverty rate despite starting Sharia Law in 1999” – Emir Sanusi speaks on Politicians Using Religion to Get into Power