Making your potentials count

I most times wonder if the world we live in has the ability to make all of its inhabitants happy, successful, fulfilled and contended. Most times I come up with a “NO” as the answer to my pondering considering the complexity of the environment we are encompassed with and the stringent inclination of its subjects such that is seen to…

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Faithfulness and Accountability in the Service of the Lord

Lecture Delivered at CAC Surrey Docks Workers Meeting on 18/04/2012 Topic: Faithfulness and Accountability in the Service of the Lord; I Cor. 4:2, Luke 16:2 1 Corinthians 4:2 – Moreover it is required in stewards, that a man be found faithful. Luke 16:2 – So he called him and said to him, ‘What is this I hear about you? Give…

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PDP Must Reform Itself

The Peoples Democratic Party must reform itself to be well positioned for transformation and resuscitation. The present exodus from the party is a welcome development which is an effortless way of ridding the party of political jobbers so it could strategically reposition itself for the future. I had wished the change Nigerians have clamoured for is a real one and…

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Hasta La Vista OBJ – It’s not too late to ask God for wisdom but most importantly forgiveness

The burden of leadership is one of the greatest burdens anyone can bear yet the lightest load to lift only if wisdom is applied not tactically but genuinely and sincerely. I became a member of the PDP around December 1999 in Ado-Ekiti when PDP was almost not in existence in Ekiti State (not even a single assembly member) somewhere around…

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When I met Buhari as a 5 year old Boy in Okene

A personal experience that can be used freely for publication and academic endeavour: I still cannot understand where all these attributes and encomiums APC supporters are showering on Buhari are from. For the fact that Buhari is not disputing them shows how less sincere he is. I will tell you little about Buhari as I viewed him as a kid….

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Yearning for Ancestral Rule – The Folly of a Nation

Someone called me this morning from Lagos asking me what I will need to help with media campaign for APC and I told him that I’m yet to come to terms with the reasoning of the APC supporters that in this day and age, the only person they can present for presidential election is one of our ancestors who was…

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The Unseen Conquering Power of President Jonathan

If you live within or around Northern Nigeria, you might want to go find a safe haven till after the Presidential election. Virtually all the acts of terror perpetuated in Northern Nigeria are aimed at halting the progress of the government and I’m sure you are all aware that the tempo of Islamic extremist actions have risen at an unprecedented…

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It is not yet late to tackle extremism

GEJ is too merciful; he needs to learn from Benjamin Netanyahu on how to deal with extremists or terrorists. No hiding place for evil perpetrators; if you say your religion permits you to compromise other people’s security or kill people with impunity, be rest assured that you will be consumed alongside such religion. Allahu Akbar which is usually translated as…

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IT SHOULD NOW BE UHURU FOR NIGERIA

If we want to stay united as a nation in Nigeria which I do not think is a good idea anymore, we must change our name. The name Nigeria despite its lofty rhythmic sound and orthographic embellishment, it has become an abyss of all sorts invoking, fear, hatred, suspicion and animosity whenever it’s mentioned. Just because we are playing Scotland…

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The End is Near; To Thy Tents O Nigerians

Just to quickly let everyone know that military intervention will not bring the Chibok girls back home alive. They are basically being used as sex slaves, domestic servants and most prominently as human shield. The best military action can achieve is to kill everyone and come home with their bodies which is worse than letting those girls stay back till…

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