⚠It is a negative realistic virtual circle-what happens in Nigeria⚠

🎓In the University, they sort lecturers to excel.
Lecturers who sorted their way up got nothing to offer students→ students sort their way up→ and it continues that way. People who would pursue accademics or be in that field would only produce their likes! Those who would get into the labour market or other pro-carriers would be so unemployable that even the employer who was once unemployable would exchange pleasure with employment and the circle continues🌀If it is in a Lab, the test result turns out the opposite or a sister-type of your ailment, thus you treat something else and end up dying. Even if by mere grace and luck, they got it right, the doctor sometimes give wrong diognosis and then puts out a wrong ailment combat skills and you still end up wasting away. Even when the doctor got it right, the drugs prescribed are substandard but passed to be sold in pharms by half baked officials or waived to be scrutinised because money was slammed on the table. Of course back in the da…


OUR SCREAMING IS MUFFLED!Quietly, i sat beside a slow flowing stream in a quest to calm the ire in me.I wanted to stop thinking about my Country for one minute... i felt only nature could help me break my own records of being blank in thoughts concerning my Nation for one minute; but i was wrong.
The serene of the thick canopy covered mangrove, the twitting caneries,  the hush sounds of the crystal clear water as it flows, the cold humid air, they were so calming... but it could not calm this troubled mind of mine.We are made to look like COW-wards.
We rant in anger and irate,
We said it was enough...They take away our rights and make us sing their praises ... yeah, youths sing in their rallies, wear their images and sing praises filled with cognitive dissonance. Yes! the youths know the truth; they know they sing lies and falsehood, because they heard the cry of their stomachs and the pangs of hunger.
The hope with which falsehood is sang lies on the petty promises of peanuts.Armed …


♦TO THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD♦Igbo youths are not naturally greedy, bad or inconsiderate. They are not cruel or insincere like you see them. Ị fụ ihe ha fụụ, ị gbaa na aka, dụọ na ubu na mwute (if what they've been through is revealed to you, you'd snap your fingers and shrug in pity)
Hear our story from the dept of our hearts:It started before the 18th century and towards 1914 when our land was invaded. Our peaceful land that was filled with milk and honey was envaded and exploited through deceit, flatery and psychological manipulations.
Our best brains were sold to slavery, our religion was basterdized and inferiority complex was planted in our psyche.Then came the amalgamation (the stroke that broke the camel's back)
We had different language, different religious belief, different ideological exhibitions (the british knew this); they knew what they wanted from our lands. They knew the IGBOS were different. They knew we would revolt soon enough. They married the incomparti…



Pharm Ike Klinsman Ohamadike deduced in the Law 3 of his international recognised book "37 LAWS OF POLITICAL POWER", that, Perception is validation.
The society lives in a social media bubble. People are more likely to believe in what they see than on the things they hear. The social media has become the leading source of information dissemination in the 21st Century. Embrace the social media, go digital and you will create a political tsunami.

We live in a digital age. A larger percentage of human activities in this present age revolve around the internet and the ICT. As should be expected, this phenomenon created an easy avenue for dissemination of information within and across borders. The ability of an information posted on the internet to reach millions of users in a single click has made the internet a remarkable asset in all facets of human endeavors. Its significance as a source of knowledge and learning has been exploited ext…


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To understand more about land dimension in Nigeria, read David's article below↓
As a foreigner living in Nigeria or a potential buyer wishing to build a new house, you will often find things are not done quite the way you are used to, and buying land is no exception. The first hurdle is understanding the system of land measurements in Nigeria. In Nigeria, land is measured in Hectares, Acres, Meters and Feet. …


In spite of the ecstasy that greeted the Federal Government’s release of N522 billion being the first tranche of London-Paris Clubs loan refund to the states in December last year, President Muhammadu Buhari’s recent directive that the second tranche of the fund should be released without further delay is now mired in controversy. The President had at the National Economic Council meeting in Abuja on Thursday, March 16, directed the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, and the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele, to implement the instruction “appropriately and with dispatch.” The amount to be refunded to the states in the second tranche is reportedly about N500 billion.
President Buhari had premised his directive on the need for the states to be able to settle backlogs of unpaid salaries and pension arrears of their workers.  “One of these basic things is the issue of salaries.  It is most important that workers are able to feed th…


Twelve key statements made by the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria following the signing of the long awaited 2016 budget.
1. It gives me great pleasure today to sign the first full-year budget of this administration into law. I thank the leadership of the National Assembly, in particular, the Senate President and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and indeed all members of the National Assembly for their cooperation in making this a reality.
2. The budget is intended to signpost a renewal of our commitment to restoring the budget as a serious article of faith with the Nigerian people. This Administration is committed to ensuring that henceforth the annual appropriation bill is presented to the National Assembly in time for the passage of the Act before the beginning of the fiscal year.3. Through the 2016 budget, aptly titled “Budget of Change’’, the government seeks to fulfill its own side of the social contract. The Budget I have signed into law provides for ag…