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Know Why You Are Here (develop a sense of purpose):- rightly, has it been said that the worst tragedy is not to die but to live and not know why. Many people ignore their God given talents, under take courses, careers, businesses or professsions that are either in vogue or lucrative. They end up making …

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Economic Refugees

Igbos are in a dilemma, those in the Nigerian diaspora are denied the rights and privileges of citizenship in their places of residence where they are forced to perform their civic responsibilities like paying tax. They are thus subjected to the injustice of taxation without representation. Going back, on the other hand to their places …

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Freedom Verses

Abuse of Power You call it power Claim you’re so tough Can pull lots of people around People are tools to build your ambition.   I say you capitalized on the people’s ignorance You took their ignorance for weakness They fear, and they thought you invincible Not knowing together their might is greatest.

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‘The Giant of Africa’

The fable about the king who wished everything he touched to turn into gold could be used to describe the respective material progresses of Japan and Nigeria.In the case of the Japanese, everything she touches turns into gold.  But everything the Nigerian touches turns into shit. How to rule well means nothing to the Nigerian.  …

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Sick African Puppets.

The problems that hold black Africas down are both home and abroad.  These problems range from confusion, ignorance, greed, lack of imagination, short-sightedness, self-hate, sensuality, vain and distorted values and idolatry of everything Western, owing to absence of in-depth understanding of that world. Even though the African has continued to shut his mind to what …

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Freedom Verses

Ireland for the Irish Bobby Sand dwells on the mountain top Till Northern Ireland is free the struggle won’t stop Ireland is for the Irish Don’t want the terrorist British.   Royal parasites full of smiles Robbing the people with style Keeping many down the class structure Reaping the fruits of their pastures.   Wounded …

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Virtually all Igbo societies have been overrun by immorality; treachery petty envy, jealousy, back biting, gratuitous wickedness, unhealthy rivalry, intrigues, sabotage and treachery. There is wide spread anti social behavior in many Igbos societies, where there are no social norms or values that can call people without conscience to order, especially when such miscreants control …

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