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Value re-orientation: A panacea to moral decadence in Nigeria

By Ezinwanne Onwuka Different schools of thought consider values to mean traits, practices, acts, ideals, beliefs, attitudes and principles that an individual, group or society...

Hijacked #EndSARS protest and Enugu conspirators

By Victor Onwubike There is no doubt that the first three days of the #ENDSARS Protest in Enugu was peaceful, but not without element of...

#EndSARS: Our president and his speechless speech

By Dons Eze, PhD At the height of the ongoing #EndSARS protests rocking various parts of the country demanding the scrapping or disbandment of the...
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Lekki Toll Gate Killings: How Nigerian Leaders Sent Wrong Signals     

By Jerome-Mario Utomi. Viewed subjectively, experience is the best teacher. But in an applied sense, experience is not the best teacher. Rather, it is what...

World Teachers’ Day: Education and Sustainable Development

By Jerome-Mario Utomi There was torrent of commendation and glowing tributes for teachers across the globe during this year’s World Teachers’ Day celebration, which had...

Habitat Day and the Nation’s Housing Challenge

By Jerome-Mario Utomi The information in the public domain about UN-Habitat celebration is that every October, the United Nation and partners organize a month of activities,...

U.S Election 2020, Trump and Validity of Controversy

By Jerome-Mario Utomi Back in 2005, I read the sage underline that; argument is one thing you will never win. If you win, you lose;...

Fuel Pump Price, Saudi Arabia and grubby Arguments  

By Jerome-Mario Utomi While waiting for the nation’s independence anniversary broadcast by President Muhammadu Buhari, on Thursday morning October 1, 2020, I stumbled at a...

Nigeria at 60: Is the nation truly under a ‘resource-curse’?

By Jerome-Mario Utomi Terra Lawson-Remer, economist, environmental attorney, community organizer, and educator, who served as Senior Advisor in the Obama Administration, may not have had Nigeria...

Edo Election Tribunal and Lesson from Professor Idia Ize-Iyamu

Jerome-Mario Utomi If there is anything that presents as false the claim by politicians particularly in Nigeria that their motives are unsoiled by private ambitions,...

Signs and Symbols of a nation in need of restructuring

By Jerome-Mario Utomi One of the most exciting teachings  received on Wednesday 23rd November, 2016, during an inaugural lecture delivered by James Tar Tsaaior, Professor...

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Value re-orientation: A panacea to moral decadence in Nigeria

By Ezinwanne Onwuka Different schools of thought consider values to mean traits, practices, acts, ideals, beliefs, attitudes and principles that an individual, group or society...

Hijacked #EndSARS protest and Enugu conspirators

By Victor Onwubike There is no doubt that the first three days of the #ENDSARS Protest in Enugu was peaceful, but not without element of...

#EndSARS: Our president and his speechless speech

By Dons Eze, PhD At the height of the ongoing #EndSARS protests rocking various parts of the country demanding the scrapping or disbandment of the...

Cry of a sleeping giant

By Femi Oluwasanmi The recent demonstrations that characterized the Nigeria's 60th Independence day's anniversary and the continuous persecution of Nigerians in some countries abroad show...

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