> Society Of Young Nigerian Writers Anambra to celebrate Achebe. The Society of Young Nigerian Writers, Anambra State Chapter in collaboration with Prof. Kenneth Dike Library, Awka Anambra State is set to honour and celebrate a Literary Legend and an ebullient indigen of the state, Late Prof. Chinua Achebe. This programme tagged: ”CHINUA ACHEBE: A … Continue reading Society Of Young Nigerian Writers Anambra State Chapterplans to celebrate Achebe
My soul faints within me My heart is soaked in regret The thought that I had lived in error all these years kills me Out of the belly of this regret, I write these words. These words are the words I had always wanted to write but then it took me this long to get … Continue reading Rants Of A Young Nigerian
Stage fright being an impulse of tension, fears and body-inactiveness while on stage is a natural phenomenon and shouldn’t be seen as an offence when it occur to you or any other person. Even professional speakers sometimes encounter stage fright before mounting the stage or immediately they get to the verge of the stage. So, … Continue reading How To Do Away Stage Fright In Every Area Of Specialization
Females, from the day we are born till when we die, there’s never rest for us from society and the people we call family. We are trained as girls to be good at house chores, be good home makers, good at managing things and using them to their maximum point. As ladies, society trains us; … Continue reading Woman On Fire!
Who else finds it annoying when people argue blindly without cogent reasons or when ardent followers of a cause throw back blank stares when asked about why they hold their beliefs? Nothing irks me more than when people just assume or simply shrug their shoulders about important societal beliefs. Such people strike me as ignoramuses … Continue reading Critical Thinking; Do You Use Your Brain
“Mission failed”…”Restart from last checkpoint”…”Quit game”. Having sacrificed at the altars of console gaming such significant amount of time that would be noticeably marked on a 0 to 100 percent scale of all my earthly days , I am all too familiar with those 3 phrases. And so would anyone else who has so dabbled, … Continue reading Restart from last checkpoint
It has kept many in dilemma, because they couldn’t afford it, as though it is food or money. Though the society wouldn’t take a great man by virtue of natural skills and talent; if he hadn’t anyone in his file or paper-bank. But is this how it should really be? Well, what has been has … Continue reading Is Certificate Too Important For Showing One’s Expertise?
The university, (as we have established with different posts and stories) will hold so many memories for everyone. Different folks will have different tales and different experiences. There will be some fun (and not so fun) exhilarating, mind-blowing, thrilling, inspiring, and scary moments and memories. As I ponder on this topic and reminisce on my … Continue reading My Scariest Moment In The University
The Ironsi saga continues
You’ll have to adopt my imagination to see the image painted to the world in this picture. “Nigerians are a bunch of talented, ambitious and lovable people”. O Yes!, we are happy and the world should know that. Right now, Mark Zuckerberg is feeling that and also when he flies across the Atlantic on … Continue reading Even Mark Zukerberg Knows that Nigerians Are Happy People
Just last week; I saw some very mouth- watering UNESCO Food Intervention jobs in Maiduguri, Yobe, Kano and other core Northern locations. Needless remind you that I’m a Food Technologist. An “Oliver Twist” type- food technologist who is always roaming the veld seeking for greener foliage to forage. Yet, I let this one pass me … Continue reading A Country of Cannibals
The doctrine of the Hereafter is Christianity’s – and indeed for religion for the most part – most proselytized tenet and by some stretch of criticism, its most enslaving mentality to some sublunary realities that affect our existence before – whether rightly or wrongly – transitioning to ‘the great beyond’ . To save myself from … Continue reading Political Criticism: Between Religious Dogma And Civic Rectitude
WRITE UP BY DINDY:NNENNA Please do not share without talking to me personally and asking for permission, thank you for reading this write up… Nnenna a beautiful young lady, I think i like, she is so fun to be with, an exciting human being, I think I am falling for her little by tittle, she … Continue reading Story By Dindy: Nnenna
Until you realized God’s purpose and plans for your life you will never reach the destination God has ordained for you to be. How can you realize God’s plan for you when you don’t even have relationship with Him?? God only reveals His plan to those who have relationship with Him through the Lord Jesus … Continue reading Fulfilling God’s Purpose For Your Life
The second part of the series on the times, roles and death of Nigeria’s first military head of state.