Crabology: a balanced view

Crabology: a balanced view

By Dr. I. I. M. Emeam, FIMC. Crabology is a form of socio-biology that compares human beings to crabs. People present a one-sided view of the life of crabs in such a negative way that discredits the nature and life of crabs. It becomes pertinent to present a balanced view. […]

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How to make Education reduce Poverty in Africa

How to make Education reduce Poverty in Africa

By Ozioma Okey-Kalu Lecturer, English Unit, GNS Department Federal School of Statistics, Enugu It is commonly said that education is the key to success. It is also believed that the fastest way to breaking out of poverty is through education. Africans cherish education and revere the educated, especially the formally […]

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Life Evolution: an Exultation

Life Evolution: an Exultation

As we grow, mental evolution takes place. In this process, you are structured for the future. Be guided by what you trade your time with. You need values. It is only when you have values that you can know that leisure is different from pleasure. Be conscious to know that […]

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Fires in Australia

Fires in Australia

As our summer rolls on in Australia, people in NSW and Victoria are feeling more than the heat from the sun. The heat is up on the Federal and State Governments that have reduced the funding to the Rural Bushfire Brigades even though many climate scientists, past Commissioners of Rural Bush Fire Brigade warned and predicted that the situation that is now occurring all over Australia would occur.

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Sustaining Nigerian Culture through Languages

Sustaining Nigerian Culture through Languages

By Ozioma Okey-Kalu Lecturer, English Unit, GNS Department Federal School of Statistics, Enugu A lot of people still don’t understand why I always say that we need to retain our culture in Nigeria by developing our indigenous languages and modifying the English language we speak here. Some do remind me […]

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Ekekwe’s Notion of Social Entrepreneur

Ekekwe’s Notion of Social Entrepreneur

By Osinakachi Akuma Kalu Exordium Just as Thomas Aquinas didn’t write explicitly on Human Dignity but in his writings, the idea of not just human dignity but the ontological foundations of it lay clear, so has Ndubuisi Ekekwe said much about “social entrepreneurship”. This freelanced article is an attempt to […]

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