The current strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) which commenced on Monday, August 14, 2017, came as a news that saddened many Nigerian students, especially those preparing for their final exams. The news may not be much of a surprise to many Nigerians as strike actions over the years have become an obvious … Continue reading Prolific ASUU Strikes Again
Arsenal breaks league opening spell For the first time in a long while, Arsenal wins its first league game in a new season. The gunners have subsequently been subjected to poor results on their league openers, winning only one in the past seven seasons. It looked at first like the trend would continue until a dull … Continue reading Arsenal breaks league opening spell, tremor hits Stamford Bridge, while Neymar dazzles in France.
In the eyes of the world we were one big nation basking in the joy of independence, the long awaited freedom from foreign leadership on home soil. Only the people could tell where the new shoe of self leadership hurt, but it did not take long before they shared their pain and made their grievances … Continue reading Nigeria’66: the coup that shook the nation
The street is not just a place that connects roads and buildings. As kids, it was where our parents filled on forms that requested our address. It was a name we had in our memories so we don’t lose track of home. It accommodates our homes, schools, churches, mosques, markets, and playground. We grew to … Continue reading The Street
There are different approaches to solving problems. Depending on how you view them; they may be issues that require resolve, questions that require answers or situations that require intervention. One that interests me is seeing problems as stepping stones to success. This approach opens the mind to the facts unavailable to many others. Not … Continue reading Creative Problem Solving.