Leadership, Stories 2/06/2020 by Terkura Unongo

“God Dey”, Our Solution In Nigeria

It really breaks my heart, we in the homeland have a duty to be a strong base, to take care of the children of this continent wherever they are in the world To even offer them the alternative of coming home if it gets too much for them in a place where they are not accepted even though they built […]

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Social Justice, Stories 2/06/2020 by Bernice Ismaila

The Only Cause Of Rape Is The Rapist

These past few days have been the most disheartening and traumatising few days in 2020 and I’m sure many people can relate to this. I have woken up to different hashtags for justice every single day for the past three days and I just want to know when we are going to say enough is enough and hold everyone that needs […]

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Security, Stories 31/05/2020 by Terver Adom

A Voyage to the Displaced People of Jootar

Jootar is a border semi-urban settlement in Mbayenge council ward in Mbaterem, Ukum Local Government Area of Benue State. From Jootar to Wukari in Taraba State is just about ten kilometres. Jootar is home to Ukum people of Tiv extraction in central Nigera. The economic mainstay of the locals is farming – not just farming but various species of yam. […]

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Leadership, Stories 31/05/2020 by Akaafele

Mr John Aondohemba Tseayo

Mr John Aondohemba Tseayo was the Governorship Candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Benue State in the 2019 general elections; a farmer and co-founder of St. Isidore Farms Limited and sports enthusiast with about 16 years professional work experience in specialised fields in Marketing, Business Development, Operations and Human Resources Management across different industries in Nigeria. John firmly […]

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Leadership, Stories 28/05/2020 by Cynthia Ene Agbo

Nigerian Leaders Must Be Responsible

Sometime last year the outbreak of a deadly virus called Coronavirus has taken the lives of people in multitudes. I ask myself, could this be as a result of mismanagement, nonchalant attitude or irresponsibility of the leaders? All thanks to COVID-19 for making them realise the need for immediate development in our health care system by providing and equipping it […]

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Artiste, Creatives, Stories 26/05/2020 by Akaafele

Bem Sar

Bem Sar, born John Bemdoo Sar, is a singer/songwriter and guitar player. The graduate of Business Management from the Benue State University has had a dynamic career over the last 20 years. “I write music to be performed live. My music is like riding a horse swimming in the ocean.” Bem Sar “It is safety in a dangerous place. I […]

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Inspirational, Stories 26/05/2020 by Love Idoko

My Name is Love Idoko And This Is My Story

I am a Miracle…I am one whom God has helped…I am thankful…I lost my dad 5 days to my SSCE exams…I was devastated… The Government had fixed his funeral the same day I was meant to write JAMB/UME exams so I had to choose between writing JAMB/UME and attending my dad’s funeral. I decided to attend my dad’s funeral. It […]

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Development, Stories 16/05/2020 by Ojotule Angela Omaji

Slaves In Our Own Land

Stay at home, wash your hands,  wear your mask (face) if you must come out. Stay at home they shouted now, remain locked down they shouted. Their voices echoed from miles away… They forgot how they opened our borders for the virus to come when we begged to close our borders. Our borders remained opened for profit, for foreigners to […]

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Development 5/05/2020 by Akaafele

Three Lessons From MUTUK Online Management and Leadership Seminar

I recently participated in the Online Leadership and Management Seminar that Dr Kohol Iornem, the President of Mzough U Tiv UK (MUTUK) initiated along with his Executive Management Committee. The seminar, which was hosted using the Zoom App, was very interactive. Participants joined in from the United Kingdom and Nigeria to learn and share their respective opinions on the key […]

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