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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Dora Akunyili – An Exceptional Leader Worth Remembering

The saying: “Great leaders don’t set out to be  leaders; they only set out to make a difference”, is apt in describing only few Nigerians like late Dora Nkem Akunyili (OFR), former Director General of National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC). It is another June 7th marking the second year of your glorious departure from planet ...

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Rita …the Golden Girl (Cont’d)

Do you mind telling us how old you are? (Laughing) You know ladies don’t tell their age. I won’t tell you my precise age, but I will give you a range. I’m between my late twenties and early thirties. You have come a long way, obviously. You said something about going to the next level. You already have a Ph.d. ...

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A Peep into the Challenges of Present Day Nigeria

INTRODUCTION: Writing on this topic at this time in the history of Nigeria cannot be more better. Nigeria as a country has had its highs and lows, from the colonial period to the present time. This piece is more concerned not with history of the past, but with the present and possibly, our contribution towards making the best out of ...

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NOTIFICATION: ANAMBRA SPORTS CHRONICLES

NOTIFICATION: ANAMBRA SPORTS CHRONICLES DOSAD Sports is undertaking a compilation of the sports greats across the 177 towns of Anambra State. It includes those who had/have active stints in sports as athlete, official and/or administrator. The first book “Anambra Sports Promoters” aims at chronicling all those who have sponsored sports in any way for their community (ies) or put up any sport ...

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Rita…the Golden Girl

If there’s anything that I love, it’s seeing a grass to grace story. There’s nothing that shows the awesome presence of God in our lives like the story of the young lady I’m about to unveil to you, our esteemed readers. It’s a typical story of determination, strength of character, commitment and belief in God. The lady in question left ...

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Servant and Service

The two words as far as I am concerned, cannot function very well without the help of each other. Often times, when the word “servant” is being mentioned, people usually mistake it to mean slave, whereas a slave, according to Oxford Dictionary of current English means, a person who was the legal property of another person and was forced to ...

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