Friday, 9 November 2018

15 ways to be the change you want to see in Nigeria- Pt1


This is a quick reminder that we need to take responsibility for the change we want to see, that's the only way we can effect meaningful change for ourselves, community and nation.

If complaining were a course, all Nigerians will have a degree in it. If it can build anything, Nigeria will be a great Nation now, but here we are, in the same mess we've been complaining about. Many years later and my(our) complaining have brought us more to complain about. So here is the Game Changer, let's try it the other way. Instead of complaining, let's #BeTheChange and watch out for a different result. Albert Einstein said 'We can't keep doing the same thing expecting a different result.' And Gandhi really did help, when he said 'We each can be the change, we want to see in our Nation.' 

Nigerian Army is not known for cowardly behaviour, Burutai says as he assures Nigerians ‘absolute victory’ over Boko Haram.


Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai today, Friday assured Nigerians of ‘absolute victory’ over the terrorist group Boko Haram.

Boko Haram, since 2012 have carried out series of attacks on Nigerian communities, displacing, abducting and killing scores of the Nigeria citizens. The insurgency group has killed over 20,000 people and has left an estimated 2.4 million people displaced.

“We have achieved great successes over the BHTs (Boko Haram terrorists). Thus, absolute and conclusive victory is just inches away. Let us therefore not relent in our gallant efforts and draw back the hands of the clock,” Buratai said in a statement.

Monday, 5 November 2018

Nineteen Ways to Promote Peace in Our World


Following series of war and crisis from around the world, it is difficult to think of much else besides desperate thoughts about how to protect our world’s children and how to make our society a more peaceful, less violent place. Enough has been written about violence everywhere that I don’t feel the need to rehash the horrific details or postulate what could drive a human being to harm or kill their fellow humans (whether or not in light of mental illness, albeit that the presence or absence of such an illness plays a large role in how this event is interpreted).

Friday, 2 November 2018

Embassy of Israel Kick Starts The 1st National Bible Contest in all 36 States.

On the 18th of October the Embassy of Israel in Nigeria in collaboration with Christians United for Israel Prayer Outreach (CUFI), Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) kick started the very 1st National Old Testament Bible Contest. The competition is taking place across the 36 states (including the FCT). Over 1,500 participants took the exam which was conducted via the internet. 

The Deputy Head of Mission, Mr. Nadav D. Goren noted: “The theme of the competition is “Living Peacefully in the Promised Land” and the exam questions were taken from relevant chapters of the Bible. The selection of this theme is timely and aims to encourage the Nigerian public to bridge their differences and be resilient in their opposition to violence throughout the electoral process and thereafter.” 

Thursday, 1 November 2018

International Cuisine Expo, Nigeria Unveils Brand Ambassador; Over 20 countries to showcase



Friday in Abuja, the organisers of the much anticipated food expo - the International Cuisine Expo unveiled Blogger, Jenny Chisom as their first Brand Ambassador.

This information was made available on their Social Media platforms @theicexpo with people congratulating the brand for making a good choice.

Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Pathways To Peace.


As an Interior Designer my home/office ambiance interpretation is hinged on "Serenity". Globally; chaos, conflict, fights and war are on the increase. The need to find and share peace at this time cannot be over emphasized.

“Let us pledge to teach our children the value of tolerance and mutual respect. Let us invest in the schools and teachers that will build a fair and inclusive world that embraces diversity. Let us fight for peace and defend it with all our might.” — UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

Education is the foundation of a peaceful society. It builds literacy, respect, dignity and opportunity for all. On a planet of 7.2 billion, peace education—education that specifically promotes respect, empathy, mutual understanding, and conflict management skills—is more crucial than ever. This is even truer in developing countries, where often more than 40% of the population is under 14 and children who crave peace live amid conflict.

Pathway To Peace will be a weekly programme on my blog and social media platforms. I believe we can build a more peaceful society by creating and promoting a Culture of Peace. Lets do this together!

Saturday, 18 August 2018

A Voice In The Gospel Music Industry Kayode Jemisenia  releases New Video

An ace gospel artist Kayode Jemisenia releases new video for song titled -RIVAL. Kindly click the link below to watch video+lyrics and share as you subscribe to his YouTube Channel
https://youtu.be/nZyCcLurmQ0

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