It is another anniversary of June 12, 1993 elections. June 12 1993 marked the date Nigerians spoke with one voice through the ballot in what was widely acclaimed as a free and fair election by voting for late Chief MKO Abiola. Nigerians indicated their desire for unity, peace and progress in that election.
The events that followed the annulment of the election led to loss of lives and drove many of us into exile where we agitated for the return of peaceful democratic rule.… Read the rest
PARENTS, PROTECT YOUR CHILDREN!
May 27th of every year is a day set side in Nigeria tagged children’s Day. A day that is observed when we acknowledge and celebrate childhood and promote awareness about their welfare.
This year’s celebration calls for sober reflection as we witness the return of many children who are victims of insurgency, abuses, impregnated and now are refugees in their own country.… Read the rest
THE NEED FOR GODLY LEADERSHIP IN 21ST CENTURY
Truly, the challenge of this time is leadership, not just in government and politics but also in business, economics, sports, religion, arts, entertainment, media and charity/non-profit etc.
I would like you to ponder on some of the statements from few of the school of thoughts that have influenced my life.
Dr. Myles Munroe in his book “The Power of Character in Leadership: How Values, Morals, Ethics and Principles Affect Leaders” said,
“The leaders who have emerged today seem to believe that the primary qualities needed to address our troubled, demanding times are the following: great vision, academic and intellectual superiority; dynamic oratory and other communication skills that have the power to persuade; management expertise and the ability to control others.… Read the rest