In this section, the presentations of TAFFD’s teenagers will be showcased. Between the ages of 10 to 18, young minds develop their mental capabilities and potential. It is important for educational institutions to encourage & reward talented young minds so as to nurture them for future responsibilities.
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 […]
Philosophy according to Aristotle begins with wonder. “At one time, or another, almost everyone has experienced a certain impulse. Typically, it comes as a feeling, wonderment or an unsettling. We often ask ourselves, some vague or suggestive questions such as; Do space and time go on forever? What if there […]
Introduction Even before the invitation and consequently the reception and selection of this topical issue, any good head supposedly should have at least observed in the contemporary #society the ills which emanate from the decadence of a morality regarding a work-success phenomenon, whereby the society has evolved or is still […]
For far too long now, Nigerians have lost hope in their system and in the fact that there is no apparent story created for them to aspire towards. Leaders, uneducated, have abused the faith of the people and the cultural values and socioeconomic prospects have been decimated causing everyone to […]
There are speeches that have the power to illuminate humanity and leave a sign of guidance, which inspire virtuous actions, which vibrate with great feelings and ideals. TAFFD’s is glad to publish the transcript of the speech of its CEO, held at the last international online meeting on November 15, […]