Category Archives: Leadership

WE MOVE

Many are now bold enough to point a fingerSpeaking of a change in an era of ChangeMentioned were the injustice the people facedWhat was it the anchors said in the other hourStep forward, let us hear you for the last timeNo one will speak a lie anymore, they chantedSweat falling, saliva failing, ground quakingMen roar…
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Times of Uncertainty; More from Mr President.

You know women are more likely to demand more. But you see, all Nigerians at this point are considered to have suddenly cultivated the characteristics of a woman. There is an abundance of femininity, since the populace have become extremely fragile, passionate and attention seeking. Women who are desperately in need of their partner’s assurance;…
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5G And not Covid-19?

“The coronavirus is a false flag and an attack staged by the new world order”. How true is this? Yessin Blogletter Many who fear say that coronavirus is a manmade disease used as a camouflage to introduce the 5G nanotech into the human flesh, either in the right hand or forehead. Implying that chipping human…
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The Right to Democracy. A Stand against Human Rights Violations.

The right to life, physical safety, procreate, mutual respect, human dignity and opinion is a must for every individual in a state. All individuals are part of the scope of morality and justice, and are therefore entitled to the rights which is believed to belong to every person. Regardless of the circumstances, each and every…
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Land Border Closure: A strategy for economic growth?

The past few months has seen the temporary closure of Nigeria’s land borders. It is assumed that the idea to shut down borders was to tackle smuggling of contraband goods, reduce crime and most importantly a strategy for economic growth, which the country desperately needs due to its ailing economy. Even though the benefits seems…
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2cent with Jess; Biafra

The Biafra Nations Youth League, BNYL, had threatened to force northerners out of the Southeast and South south. Reasons being that the northerners are safe in the East whereas the Easterners were being threatened in the North and amongst other reasons. The group has stated, with reference to the strategy used during the Biafra war…
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The pain of Biafra – First step to Healing

Biafra! Biafra!! Biafra!!! Biafra was born into the hearts of many and is still a child nurtured by a great number from the eastern part of Nigeria — What a lot of Igbos refuse to forget. A war which is still an untold “true story”. The pains of a genocide, defeat, suppressed story, tainted identity…
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