Assalamu Alaikum wa-rahmatul llahi wa-Barakatuhu. All praise is due to Allah the owner of everything in existence; animals, human beings, trees... etc and all. Alhamdulillah...we've come a long way from where we started from... lots of progresses and goals reached. permit me to delve into what i'm out here for. A friend in need is … Continue reading A Thanks of Life
Ah... all of a sudden life has turned to something else. we are no more our brother's keepers, we do not think of other people than to atleast value their lifes; all in the name of struggle. What struggle infact? This wicked world...a dream...a film show...argh, we should or indeed need to stop deceiving our … Continue reading Woe A Day!
Last Sunday afternoon, my phone blasted off an international warning sound signal. I was expecting to hear, “This is a test. This is a test….” Instead, a text flashed on my phone to give the flooding warning message. It further warned people not to get close to the flooding areas. Wow! That was the signal […] … Continue reading
It has been a year. I still miss you every day. via Love Letter, Unsent — coffee and a blank page
“We’re all pointing in different directions. I’d like to think I know where True North is, but with so many others’ fingers extended, jabbing all over the place, how can I be sure?” via Stop the World — I Want to Get Off (Just Keep Digging). — Discover
The Nigerian education system which produced world renowned scholars in the past has now become a shadow of itself. The rot in the nation’s education system has reached such a deplorable proportion that if not properly addressed now, subsequent generations of Nigerians will continue to suffer it consequences.
The importance of education to human beings cannot be overemphasized. Globally, education is considered as a human right that should be accorded to all human beings, in fact it was the reason why a lot of international human right bodies consider education as a fundamental human right.
It is astonishing how teachers and parents encourage their children in engaging into examination malpractice in the whole Nigerian states, in order to secure a good outstanding results. A flying color result would only make one lazy and dump if he/she is not a hardworking child.
children of the 21st century only admire education and…
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The Nigerian education system which produced world renowned scholars in the past has now become a shadow of itself. The rot in the nation's education system has reached such a deplorable proportion that if not properly addressed now, subsequent generations of Nigerians will continue to suffer it consequences. The importance of education to human beings … Continue reading Low level of Education.
It's really surprising and awkward how people think about religion in the 21st century. Religion had played a very vital role in the life of the world, and is still playing and will continue to play so far in my rate. We have form a very bad habit in us; everyone claims that he alone … Continue reading Religion in the 21st Century.
Any one unwilling to move out of his/her comfort zone, is destined to live life inside an envelop.