It's been a while since my last post. I've been busy attending job interviews and filling documents. I'm just getting ready to ship out to my next destination. In the mean time I've been following developments in Nigeria. As usual the revelations coming out of the country are a cause for shame and concern. The express purpose of this blog was originally to publicise my book. In time the blog has taken on a life of its own and gone off left field more often than not.
Being a dreamer,
I hope all is well and, you've all been involved with projects and causes to liberate the minds of all, especially, our youths. Our roads and legacy, by design, position us for purposeful and deep struggles, you'll probably agree. We should stop questioning but simply continue to forge ahead, in whatever capacity available to us.
The last year has been rewarding and many have accomplished greater strides toward equal access but we cannot rest
Former governor James Onanefe Ibori of Delta State today entered a guilty plea before a Southwark Crown Court in London where he was being tried on fraud and money laundering charges.
Mr. Ibori pleaded guilty to 10 counts of fraud, money laundering and corrutption charges before Judge Anthony Pitts. Read more here: http://premiumtimesng.com/news/3963-...don_court.html
Originally Posted by emj
The above link has the full article......
And the highlighted here....SOP
Walahi, Gaskiya ta fi kobo.....true word Salihu.....very
Dismissed Police Commissioner, Zakari Biu, whose removal on Wednesday on account of the escape of Boko Haram kingpin, Kabir Sokoto, has denied blame for the escape that humiliated the force, and roused
The former officer currently faces charges over the escape, and his sack, announced by the Police Service Commission yesterday, came two weeks after former police top boss, Hafiz Ringim, was fired. Read more here: http://premiumtimesng.com/news/3924-..._s_escape.html