Thelma Ideozu: How the Nigerian educational system doesn’t breed confident graduates
He had smiled at me, as one might smile at a toddler, and said quite frankly, “A is for God and B is for me” ⏤ which was his witty way of saying that I’d be lucky to even get a C in the exam.
What must African youths do differently
Martin Luther King said, “Not everyone can be famous but everyone can be great because greatness is determined by service.” Leaders are born to serve.
Dead Men Walking On the Streets of Nigeria
The sad reality is that members of the masses that get to lead forget their source even if they trekked to school without shoes.
Blind Youths are falling into a ditch, cries History
The youths are too proud to submit themselves to mentorship, they believe they can “blow” overnight. History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce.
Halidu Abdulai and Others Wonder: “Where Did We Go Wrong” As Africans In Africa?
Many a time, people travel out of their home countries due to a wide range of reasons. But for some, the process of acquiring a visa and other travel documents can be a harrowing experience…
Tackling Inequities Can Reduce The Burdens of Oral Health Diseases
Inequity is a disease that creates a crazy circle if not tackled. It is like a malignant growth that gets under the skin and spreads until…
Domestic Violence: Breaking the silence
Women are 70 times more likely to be killed in the weeks after leaving their abusive partners than at any other time during the relationship.
Grasses Aren’t Greener on the Other Side
Being strong, intelligent, creative, in charge, capable, weak, susceptible and subservient is not a function of gender but one’s personality.
Leading Without a Position
Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves, Abraham Lincoln said. Oftentimes one wants to do good but doesn’t know how or bends…
Should Materialism Be A True Measurement Of Success In This 21st Century?
From the article’s title, that’s a question that we all should try and give an answer to, most especially from our young people. This is usually…
You and I: We’re the solution
In 2018, we identified over 500 poor and unemployed women who were willing to learn a skill and it became necessary to proffer a solution to the unemployment and poverty faced by women in Ondo state.
A VOICE TO FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION
Other myths surrounding female genital mutilation include the belief that the female genitals would grow to the size of the penis if not cut.
We live in a world where the girl child is denied her basic rights and freedoms including right to health, security and physical integrity…
So Your Child won’t Become the Next Corrupt Politician
Corruption in Nigeria is woven into the fabric of the society and in its many forms has become a norm in the country. Educate your children that corruption makes you and your family happy but puts tears in the eyes of generations.