Today reminds us of our epic struggle for self-actualization. It reminds us of our long walk to freedom-how our founding fathers fought to salvage us from the crippling grip of white supremacists. It reminds us of our ultimate triumph. Today reminds us of that day when we broke the manacles of imperialism, that day when … Continue reading As Nigeria celebrates 57 years of Existence
Mr. Patrick Egwu at an event A Nigerian Journalist, Mr. Patrick Egwu has emerged among winners of this year's Haller Prize for Development Journalism. Mr. Egwu who is the Enugu State Correspondent for Nigerian based newspaper, Orient Daily, won the 2nd prize with his article" Digital Technology, Improving Access to Education In Nigeria". Reacting to … Continue reading Nigerian journalist wins Haller prize for development journalism
We must keep an eye out for one another and make an extra effort to encourage one another. We must not turn a blind eye to other people's woes. Each of us may not be connected through blood line, we may not even be friends. But we are all connected through humanity. These lines were … Continue reading I AM NOT ALONE IN LIFE’S JOURNEY
10 Nov 2016 Sagging ceiling, shattered windows and defaced walls. These are the lot of the 58-year-old Enugu State Central Library. The legacy structure is in ruins. The library is battling with antiquated academic materials and decaying infrastructure that are giving users unpleasant experience. Will the government allow the library to collapse? JAMES OJO … Continue reading A LEGACY IN RUINS
I have always thought of what to write, words to put together in form of an article, no matter how short. But at least, a little shift from the usual pieces on economy, politics, security, crime, corruption and the like. After much thinking, I settled for this one. I felt it has been a while since … Continue reading LIVING A LIFE OF PURPOSE
"Through his own efforts, Igwe literally pulled himself up by the straps of his own boots, using every opportunity he got to read the printed word". This lines were culled from an article titled Dimgba Igwe: A life formed by the written word by Enyeribe Ejiogu. He was supposed to have clocked 60 on the … Continue reading REMEMBERING THE GREAT DIMGBA
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