Biafra & A Sense of History – Reuben Abati

Reuben Abati

It is sad that many Nigerians today talk glibly about the possibility of a coup or of military intervention in politics.  They make it seem as if this democracy is something we can exchange for something else. We need to be reminded, as we celebrate democracy day 2017, how we got to this very moment, and how precious democracy is to us as a sovereign people.  From 1966 to 1999 (with the short break of civilian rule from 1979 – 1983) the military dominated the political landscape in Nigeria. It was eighteen years ago yesterday when our country returned to civilian rule.

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Crafting That Winning Job Application, Here Are Things You Should Know

Many people think that to find a job, all that a job-seeker has to do is to find a job vacancy, write a decent CV, send in your application and hope for fortune to smile on you and drop the job offer in your lap. As you may know, it is not usually that easy. An employer will meet your job application before they can meet you, so you need to put on your thinking cap and make sure that your application is written effectively. Here are a few things you should know when writing a great job application.

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Nigeria’s Godwin Benson of Tuteria Selected Among 4 Finalists For The Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation

Nigeria’s Godwin Benson,who developed Tuteria, an online platform that links students to qualified tutors, has been selected as a finalist for the Royal Academy of Engineering Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation. For the first time, education has topped the Africa Prize list, with two innovations in the final chosen for their great potential to improve how Africans access education.

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Letter to Buhari on National Assembly – Charly Boy

Letter to Buhari on National Assembly - Charly Boy

Dear Sir,

A belated welcome back home. I trust you’re taking it easy, because old age no dey lie. We even hear say you dey go back to continue your treatment, it is well sha.

During the 2015 election, a lot of foreign observers analysed and sympathised with Nigerians because the choice we had was between the devil and the deep blue sea. Even I had lost hope in the leadership of my beloved country, and I remember telling Nigerians that what was needed to get us out of the mess we find ourselves, is a benevolent dictator: One whose sole aim would be to roundup all looters and destroyers of this great country and deliver us from The vile, evil and wicked politicians/cabals that has enforced this kinda poverty, hunger, hopelessness on my people, with impunity.

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8 things you should consider before choosing a business partner

8 things you should consider before choosing a business partner

If you’re considering your own business, it is possible for you to start on your own and to grow it and run it successfully. But there are instances you might need strategic partners to achieve your goal. Many entrepreneurs do not even make it beyond the starting point, simply because they do not have the right partner. Like a marriage, a business partnership often begins with enthusiasm and high expectations, only to end in acrimony and legal proceedings.

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Charly Boy :Legislooters

Charly Boy
My people. Where I wan hide my face put. Shey una don take ear dey hear the arrant nonesense and jagbagantis wey dey shelle for National Assembly. The drama, the blackmail, the clowning around of-most of the riffraffs called senators, whose sole aim of representing us, is to loot us into oblivion. Useless people elevated by the corrupt system to a position beyond their capacity.  My people can see that these bunch of irresponsibles are only down for how much they can acquire, and never about the wellbeing of the people they represent. God Biko punish bad people no remain. Nonesense.
The few good ones who are trying to hold on to some goodness in them, should hide their face in shame.

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