Teachers, The Real Heroes of Our Nation Building

Over the course of the weekend, i had cause to visit my alma mata to celebrate 20 years of graduating from Secondary School. And from Thursday to Sunday, several of us, representing others who couldn’t make it gathered at Mayflower School Ikenne Remo to not only celebrate 20 years, but to give back to the school and above all honor our teachers.

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A lil’ Kindness

Came upon this story this morning, and thought to share with you all;

“Knoxville airport all waiting to board planes:

I had the Bible on my lap and was very intent upon what I was doing. I’d had a marvelous morning with the Lord. I say that because I want to tell you it is a scary thing to have the Spirit of God really working in you. You could end up doing some things you never would have done otherwise. Life in the Spirit can be dangerous for a thousand reasons not the least of which is your ego…
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Monday Morning Blues

Most times, we approach Monday with a dread, a foreboding of, “Oh God! Its Monday Monday-morning-bluesagain!” And we get up grudgingly from that cozy bed and wish the weekend could be longer. And as we think of our deliverables and schedules, we shudder and groan inwardly, and we feel faint and tired, and we march on, like weary soldiers, under the orders of a Quartermaster-General Monday

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#FakeNews And My Responsibility

The recent hullabaloo on herdsmen killings took a frightful dimension yesterday with rumours been peddled on the social media that Fulani Herdsmen were shooting pointblank at cars on Lagos Ibadan Expressway and hunting people down. It was accompanied with a purported audio recording of an eye-witness who “managed” to survive the ordeal and pleading with people to avoid the express and the situation was real and purported pictures of “slain people” which ironically was a robbery incident in 2010!

Now, let’s wait a second, what are the facts of the case?

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