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You are Special!

You are Special!

Do you know that being different from others means that you are special? Being taller, shorter, and fatter or thinner than most of your friends and classmates, being physically challenged or being an Albino should not give you sleepless nights or make you unhappy because you are unique. The way God created you is what makes you who you are. What if everyone you knew looked, talked, dressed, and acted the same way you do? Then life will be boring! It is what you have that others do not have that makes you a unique person.
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Leadership is a serious subject of discourse

Leadership is a serious subject of discourse

It is true that the best hands hardly or never get the job as the case may be. Nigeria is full of talented brains that have solutions to offer to make the nation the desired place if the available human resources and economic resources that God has put in place for us are properly harnessed.

Leadership is a serious subject of discourse anywhere in the world.

Leadership is a serious subject of discourse anywhere in the world.

There are different types of leaders we now have in Nigeria. We have transactional leaders, changed leaders and transformational leaders. A transactional leader transacts with the people he is leading. He does things based on what to benefit. He weighs his actions and does only the things that will bring personal joy to him not considering the people around him. He is filled with the spirit of me, myself and I.

Cell phone etiquette for kids

Cell phone etiquette for kids

Cell phones are not really important when family and friends are present. Rule 1: ‘Family comes first’. If you are spending time with your family, don’t fiddle with your phone as this makes you ignore others which show that they are not important.

Primary school teachers, encourage reading habit

Primary school teachers, encourage reading habit

Parents are witnesses to unending list of books from kindergarten to primary schools in Nigeria especially in private schools. Despite this, 50% of these books are not opened till these children are promoted to the next class. One begins to wonder if schools now work for publishers or there is not enough time to finish the scheme of work for schools.