If we had an empirical way of determining quality of life pre and post online social media, it would really be helpful. We must constantly assess how much impact the external environment has on us if we will retain and sustain the foundation of human community. If you are given very much to the use of online tools of communication, it is your responsibility to ascertain how much this is changing you to something undesirable.
Really, you didn't have much of a choice because the handwriting was clear that Nigerians needed a change. Not because you didn't do well, but because the propaganda against you was seethed in the red hot belly of strong alliance that formed from the moment the unexpected knocked on your doors. Despite the failures of… Continue reading A TRIBUTE TO MY OUTGOING PRESIDENT: YOU SIR, HAVE MY RESPECT.
Excited that we Nigerians can finally take a journey into the minds of those who want to lead our dear nation. This affords them an unscripted opportunity to respond to issues that border on the "What is next?" for the country. I have posted the links below for the full interview. Enjoy!
I agree to a certain extent with the analysis of some who claim a Ribadu-Adeola (Muslim-Muslim) ticket will not fly because of the primitive tendencies of the voting population. This is political realism in Nigeria due to the abuse ordinary Nigerians have suffered from our early politicians who chose to play ethnic and religious politics rather than on ideals and purpose.