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AN INDIVISIBLE AND INDISSOLUBLE NATION

“We the people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, having firmly and solemnly resolved, to live in unity and harmony as one indivisible and indissoluble sovereign nation under God…” The above is the preamble to the Nigerian constitution. It is … Continue reading

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TIME OUT WITH ANTHONIA OBIORA

One of the things that fascinate me is entrepreneurship. I think it fascinates me in a very special way. I’m awed by entrepreneurs – those special people who would rather happen to life than wait for life to happen to … Continue reading

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WHAT WE NEED ARE FUNCTIONAL REFINERIES

“Every nation and people that operate at the ‘ordinary’ plane are always subservient to those who go beyond the ‘ordinary.” – ‘Seun Alade At the start of the year, I was fortunate to read a piece by Strive Masiyiwa, founder … Continue reading

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ORIENTATION

“The world will be a worse place if not for a recollection of the past – history, and history is best appreciated when left untainted, undiluted and unrefined.” – ‘Seun Alade After a very long break, we return to this … Continue reading

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WELCOME 2016

My today doesn’t describe my tomorrow, it only leads to it. – ‘Seun Alade Happy new year everyone. For those who have been regular readers of this blog for a while you would have noticed that in the past years … Continue reading

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LET’S TALK ABOUT PAIN

“Weeping may endure for a night, But joy comes in the morning.” – Psalm 30:5b The above was the welcome message I had on the Nokia phone I used at some point while in the university. It was there to … Continue reading

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PHANTOM PLUNGE

Today, I’m sharing a post exclusively written for this blog by the person who’s influenced me the most in the entire blogosphere, not Linda Ikeji, it’s Imisi Osasona. And that in itself is a story for another day. It’s a … Continue reading

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