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Renewable Energy Progress: Lessons For Nigeria

By Oladotun M Fadeyiye Nigeria’s efforts to harness the abundant energy resources available at its disposal still remains herculean task. Nigeria Energy Sector has been lagging behind both in terms of innovation and technological advancement, and this is really taking it toll on Nigeria’s economic development to a very large extent. Today, nation like US has been one of the ...

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State of the Nationhood: After Five Decades

Another Independence Day celebration has come and gone in Nigeria. For five decades and three years we have consistently celebrated 1,October 1960, the day, the British Colonial Masters deemed it fit to leave us to take our destiny in our hands as a nation. The day our problems began as a nation. The day ethnic and tribal segregation started. The ...

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Insurgents, Terrorists or Cannibals?

For couple of days now, the gruesome killings of innocent students of College of Agriculture, Yobe State, Nigeria by these group of cannibals called Boko Haram Sect, that has been parading themselves under the pretext of ‘Jihad fighters or Freedom fighters’ or ‘God knows what’ has kept me wondering and pondering on which way to go for our dear nation, ...

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Humanitarian and Humanity!

In the world today, News of conflicts, natural disasters, famine, drought and food crises and even war is gradually becoming part of our daily lives. It has been said by many religion leaders and experts that these are signs of end time. This could be true based on the prophecies from Holy Bible for Christian faithful which I happen to ...

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Africa: Our Future!

World Peace Day was celebrated across the globe on Saturday 21 September, on same day, Westgate Shopping Mall, Nairobi, Kenya came under siege of Somalia’s Al Qaeda-linked Al-Shebab insurgents gunmen. These gunmen were said to have marched into the complex, firing grenades and automatic weapons and sending panicked shoppers fleeing, leaving 68 people dead and 175 people injured including children. ...

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Peace Walk to Mali….WWF Earthhour Nigeria Team.

So many have been said concerning peace and conflict resolution in the war-torn regions across the world. Peace, according to an old English scholar was defined as ” an absence of crisis, conflict or war”. Invariably, conflict would be said to be simply “an absence of peace” either in a particular region, city, village or even in our mind. Nevertheless, ...

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