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Leadership, Stories 4/05/2018 by Laz Apir

Let Benue State Be Great

My Fellow Benue citizens, It is time for us to reason together and find a way out of this mediocre cycle we have built and entrenched in our dear state. Let us even pretend for a moment that Akume was outstanding, Suswam was Amazing and Ortom is God sent to deliver Benue and as such no room for blame game […]

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Leadership, Stories 28/09/2017 by Akaafele

Stephen Shiaondo Cyril Akuma, PhD

An activist with a Conscience, Protagonist of Good Governance, Teacher, Researcher and Computer Scientist A Greater Benue Is Possible Dr Stephen Shiaondo Cyril Akuma was born on the 7th of September, 1982 to the family of Mr Akuma Emmanuel Anhyula and Mrs Catherine Akuma, both from Njiriv, Gwer-East Local Government Area of Benue State. He is the 5th of the […]

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Health, Stories 3/08/2017 by Dr. Kadev Kenneth Kevin

Africa Must Come To Term With ‘Ignorance’

It is an accepted fact that poverty, ignorance and diseases are the bane of Africa continent, but I can attest here that ignorance is the greatest among them all. Most Africans irrespective of their educational, religious and social standings are ignorant of their health needs. Yes, they often use the clause “Health is wealth” without recourse to its true meaning. Hitherto, […]

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Inspirational, Stories 3/10/2016 by Akaafele

What Manner of Education? 2

“My father taught me to work. He did not teach me to love it.” – ABRAHAM LINCOLN Education teaches discipline. Discipline entails doing what is right because it is right even though we may not actually enjoy doing it. Discipline means controlling ourselves from within. It imposes sufficient inner checks on our natural instincts, which is why we are different […]

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Inspirational, Stories 1/10/2016 by Akaafele

What Manner of Education? 1

“In school, teach him. It is far more honorable to fail than to cheat to pass. Teach him to have faith in his own ideas even if everyone tells him they are wrong.” –  Abraham Lincoln, 16th US President. Recently, there has been an increased clamor for education of almost every kind. From children to adults, people of almost every […]

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