The next time you find yourself complaining about the state of your continent, the next time you find yourself resigning to the status quo, the next time you start looking for a way out or for an easy avenue, remember this, life shrinks and expands to the courage you are willing to cultivate. Our crisis is not of leadership, our crisis is the crisis of youth endangered of never knowing the power of their courage. Continue reading AWAKE AFRICA YOUTH (THE CRISIS OF COURAGE IN OUR PRESENT CENTURY)
The prayers in her anthemic anthem needs to be understood to make her outstanding. Let us stand in one accord, with rigid humility, with positive imagination, with reality and realism to make her great and awesome. Happy independence day, Nigeria. God bless you. Continue reading THE RE-BIRTH OF THE NATION; NIGERIA.
We are the called to obey the commandment of God, we are the chosen one, the land is not for our so called fathers but our Father’s (God) land. We have loose the content of admiring the labour of the past heroes, should it be in vain? Continue reading PRAYER FOR THE STATE OF THE NATION
President Dos Santos, 74 announced March last year he would not run in elections due in August but opponents remained suspicious given he had severally broken similar pledges during his long rule. He has been President of Angola since 1979 four years after the country attained its liberation. The MPLA won parliamentary majorities in the three elections since the end of a 27-year civil war in 2002.. Continue reading ANGOLA PRESIDENT, JOSÉ EDUARDO DOS SANTOS AS DECIDED TO STEP DOWN AFTER 38 YEARS.
Morocco asked the African Union (AU) to re-admit it, as it seeks support for its plan to offer autonomy to the disputed territory of Western Sahara while keeping it under Moroccan sovereignty. Continue reading Morocco has been readmitted into the African Union on Monday since it left in 1984 after the organisation’s recognition of the independence of Western Sahara.
According to Barrow, The Gambia, despite having a 90 percent Muslim population, with the rest Christian and animist, was a republic “not the Islamic republic,” according to Barrow. Continue reading President Adama Barrow removed “Islamic” title from Gambia’s name.
Arise O’ compatriot, let there be manifestation, let complain be underestimated and let us converge in unity like a recipe to making an haute-cuisine. Anticipating the road to her damascus, as far as breath is still in us. I challenge you to make the Green, greener and white, whiter. Continue reading NIGERIA WE HAIL THEE ; LIFE AFTER 55 YEARS OF TOPSY-TURVY