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THE NIGERIAN FACTOR

THE NIGERIAN FACTOR

This common axiom “The Nigerian Factor” is usually on individuals’ lips, especially residents in Nigeria. It’s high time we derived, if not already, and realized the real meaning. Personally, I have witnessed so many situations where this statement has been given different contextual meanings, but they almost point to ‘one’ thing. In most Nigerian organizations, ‘the Nigerian Factor’ overrules every other laid down principle, unknowingly. With this not being the real intent and vision of the founding fathers, even the…

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Electricity: A Commodity Needed for National Development

Electricity: A Commodity Needed for National Development

It is to the joy of a consumer to gain satisfaction in the purchase of a commodity. Electricity is a commodity in high demand in our modern society. Almost every gadget is being designed to be power driven. The energy conversion in question is from electrical energy generated to either mechanical or heat energy needed for operation. Electricity makes life easier for mankind. The reason why most industries go into extinction is due to the overburden cost of power in…

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THE NEED FOR PROACTIVE SECURITY SYSTEM IN NIGERIA

THE NEED FOR PROACTIVE SECURITY SYSTEM IN NIGERIA

How can a lion be running away from a dog? It is a humorous scene to watch. There is something common between these two animals and that is proactiveness. Lions are known to be wild while dogs are domestic. When a lion roars, it scares both other wild animals and domestic animals. Such analysis will be for another day. Security is seen as the state of being protected or being safe from harm. In this wise, it borders on lives,…

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LET’S MAKE IT A DATE WITH “THE ADVANCEMENT TEAM”!

LET’S MAKE IT A DATE WITH “THE ADVANCEMENT TEAM”!

As Nigeria clocks 57 on the 1st of October, 2017, Nigerians; especially the youth really need to question the status quo. Is the news about the recession not frightening? Is the thought of the coming hardship and epileptic delivery of crucial services to citizens not disturbing? Yes they are. However, the state of any place is in the validity of its people and the conscious effort to ensure that there is a drastic progress in the country greatly lies on…

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UNVEILING NIGERIAN ACE BROADCASTER & RADIO NIGERIA POLITICAL EDITOR

UNVEILING NIGERIAN ACE BROADCASTER & RADIO NIGERIA POLITICAL EDITOR

In his preface to the biography on Nigeria’s foremost radical preacher, Pastor Tunde Bakare, written by Victorson Agbenson in 2014, a Professor of Literature and Winner of the Penguin Prize For African Writing, Pius Adesanmi wrote: “Victorson Agbenson, … is a master of the art of narrative, weaving … complex and multilayered plots …, inspirational tapestry …” No other expression could have better described the writing prowess of Comrade Victorson Agbenson. Born on 21st of February, 1976, Victorson hails from…

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“Stop Cramming Lecturers’ Handouts” – Agbenson to Mass Communication Undergraduates of AAUA.

“Stop Cramming Lecturers’ Handouts” – Agbenson to Mass Communication Undergraduates of AAUA.

Lecturers of the Mass Communication department of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba (AAUA), Ondo State have been advised to focus on inculcating good writing skills in their students which would help them survive in the larger society upon graduation. Radio Nigeria’s political news editor Mr. Victorson Agbenson gave the advice while presenting a public lecture at the Department of Mass Communication of AAUA, Ondo state on Wednesday, April 12, 2017. According to Comrade Agbenson, there’s a big need to ensure that…

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The U.S. Embassy’s Women’s History Month Event: Breaking Barriers to Success

The U.S. Embassy’s Women’s History Month Event: Breaking Barriers to Success

Still on the events for women and by women because this is their history month and month of celebration, here comes a big one. Monday, March 20, 2017 witnessed the U.S. Embassy’s Women’s History Month event which held at Ekiti Hall, U.S. Embassy, Abuja, 1075 Diplomatic Drive, Central Business District. Interestingly, this event was open to men who were in attendance as well. Miss Bella Anne Ndubuisi, Cultural Affairs Specialist, U.S. Embassy Abuja, addressed and welcomed all invitees at the…

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