Sunday, June 3, 2018

The Discomfort Of The Wise And Plight Of The Seemingly Comfortable

I have lived my life searching for answers to the questions of humanity. The more I do the more complicated it seems. But here is something I've got and if and if we can learn from this; healing for humanity has just begun!

Familioneosis Of The Twenty First Century

For my love for humanity and quest for better homes, I bring to you an eye-opener!

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

How The African Golden Voice Was Silenced - The Assassination Of Sir Abubakar Tafawa-Balewa

It 1966, the movement, then it first sounded like a knock on the door; then a gentle response: “Who’s there?” A voice queried from inside. However, Ifeajuna replied by kicking the doors open with his boots. “You’re under arrest sir,” Ifeajuna said, pointing his gun at the Prime Minister, who looked startled. “Get up sir, we don’t have a lot of time.”

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

The Danger Of Minor-Majoritism: The Fate Of Nigerian Politics

Nigeria has a population of 180 million people out of which 68.8 million registered and were eligible to vote during the 2015 General elections. To save you the time, simply put it this way: only 38% of our population registered with INEC as eligible voters.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

The Law And The Benefits Of Nature

In Africa, we are so rich, yet so poor. I have wandered and have tried all I could within my reach, to bring an awareness, but nothing seems to come out of it! Because we have left nature, nature has left us to our fate. My discovery is simple and the solution right at our fingertips.

Monday, November 27, 2017

The Dickson Principle For Sustainable Human Relationship

There are so many things I do not know in this vain life; but as I walk the path thereof and talk the talk, nature has become my Teacher. Whenever I retire to myself - my innermost man, I do but one single art; the art of ruminating over life itself.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Opportunities In The Agro-Wealth Creation: The New Approach To Recession Part1

Recession is one of the most deadly threats to the economy and governmental affairs of every country and nations of the earth. It is an eternal destroyer of national dignity and progress. So government, community and people should see it as it is, and nothing less – a worst enemy of growth! 

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

A Paradigm Shift; The Economic And Financial Freedom

The looming danger on today's economic system of government, is the exposition and the manifestation of soft madness that the African leaders have buried themselves solidly and refuse a chance of hope for a resurrection. It pains my heart when I deeply consider the plight of my people!

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Textual Leadership Quotes For The Great Minds In The Leadership Arena.

Over the years, I've been working hard and trusting that we would be able to capture the mind of great leaders in a 'nutshell' so that all and sundry will be able switch or tune into their frequency, somehow and tap resources of immeasurable value; until sometimes last year 2016, when I came up with this idea of e-posters 

Institute For Contextual Leadership

OMNIA; In partnership with Community Peace Dialogue and Interfaith Initiative, CPDAII in our state and the North-Eastern part of Nigeria has come to do a great work, such that the Dickson Leadership Training Institute International cannot but be part of the great move of restructuring the minds and the mindset of all religious bodies.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Our Vocational Center - The Mobil System of Empowerment

We believe in raising young people from the grass to the level of greater grace and fulfillment in life and through life.
 Partners: Government Sci. Tech College Kumo, Gombe State, Nigeria

Friday, July 21, 2017

The In-Out Of Leadership; The Feminine Perspectives On Health Issues

The female gender has always been the most 'endangered species', so important to life itself, yet so much neglected by the same society. Our government's programs and prospects don't seem to include them. The amazing thing is that we always use the expression: "inclusive governance" but do we really practice that?

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