Friday, December 2nd, 2022



  • A Case for Good Governance in South Africa and its advantages

    A Case for Good Governance in South Africa and its advantages0

    • Africa
    • Thursday, December 24th, 2020

    There is no gainsaying that Africa’s development has been marred by bad governance, irresponsibility and corruption. That, after decades of independence, Africans still wallow in penury, homelessness, joblessness and extreme hopelessness clearly indicate that established leaderships are characterized by bad eggs, who have derided the social will of the people. The advantages of good governance

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  • The Trump Effects That will continue to Resonate Around The World

    The Trump Effects That will continue to Resonate Around The World0

    • USA
    • Thursday, December 24th, 2020

    For onlookers and participants alike, there is no doubt that the emergence of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States of America brought in a new level of worry all over the globe. His ‘Second Amendment People’ jibe, amongst other X-rated campaign speeches, have undoubtedly created unnecessary tensions – first amongst Americans,

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  • Case For The Break Up Of Nigeria Into Manageable Units

    Case For The Break Up Of Nigeria Into Manageable Units0

    • Nigeria
    • Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020

    Yes I do believe that better governance,  more productivity, a committed, hardworking  and more patriotic citizenry will be very difficult to achieve with the current over- sized Nigeria- both in terms of population and geographical size. The break up for Nigeria into manageable units. And No I do not want the country broken into two-

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