The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) have unquestionably been highly successful in bolstering governments’ commitment to poverty reduction, achieving basic education and health, promoting gender equality and environmental sustainability, and bridging the gaps in human development. In spite of these progresses, globalized education is still a requisite and the primary tool in achieving the Post-2015 Global … Continue reading The Role of Globalized Education in Achieving the Post-2015 Development Agenda
Friendship, a bond so sweet, like honey From the highest degree of passionate love To the lowest degree of good-will It makes the sweetness of life What’s as d’licious as a fair and firm encounter of two, In a thought, in a feeling? How beautiful when two resonating hearts merge Entwined in the light … Continue reading Friendship
Like a predator In search of prey I sought for lines To satisfy my hungry soul Famished of beautiful words With a fulfilled soul I found peace To write and recite this piece Like a hunter Who caught game Now, I ask Do I really write poems? Or, am I just a … Continue reading Do I Really Write Poems?
With shaky hands, Wandering thoughts I try to hold my pen Struggling to scribble this piece With a view to please pen maestros Afraid of critics Whose words are as painful As the sting of the bee I hide So as not to displease the masters Living like a slave Deprived of freedom … Continue reading Pen Masters
Leadership is a lifestyle. It is not the show you perform but the life you live. To be the leader with a difference, you must overcome the state of HIV – Having Insufficient Vision, and “Leadership Torch”, authored by The Higherlife Coach, Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha, is a material you need to be a better leader … Continue reading Leadership Torch by Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha
Record has it that civilization started in Africa (by Africans of course), but today you can see their backwardness in development. There have been a lot of problems owing to this backwardness. What are the problems? Things had already begun to fall apart before they actually fell apart because our fore-fathers predicted it at … Continue reading The Hope of Africa
I remember waking up with expectations Cautiously avoiding distractions I remember having a promise to fulfill Trying to measure up to fit the bill I remember those blissful moments of the day Smartly working to keep failure at bay I remember not having two pennies to rub together Struggling to get out of the … Continue reading I Remember
I may have written myself off In disappointment, in despair I may have felt the shame of being called a never-do-well Nevertheless, like sun, I’ll shine Does my brightness upset your darkness? Why are you encircled with gloom? Because I’m glittering Sparkling in my world Just like seas and oceans With the assurance … Continue reading Nevertheless I Shine