WHEN CHANGERS REFUSE TO CHANGE
I feel very sad, when politicians expose themselves just because of disagreement on their party's formula for sharing positions. My attention was drawn to Senator Dino Melaye, The Chairman, Senate Adhoc Committee on Media and Publicity, an APC human right campaigner and anti-corruption crusader who prides himself as a politician with zero tolerance to corruption. I became interested when sen. Dino Melaye told the whole wide world that he has never executed any
Layman definition of corruption is simply the misuse of public position by elected officials or appointed persons to endorse proposals profitable to some group of individual. In Nigeria, even people whom we thought were saints in recorded history were very corrupt.
I don't agree with the school of thought that says our president is not corrupt as the media want us to believe. Nigerians accepted him on face value even in spite negative tales about his past .All humans are prone to corrupt practices,
Digital marketing is the key objective to promote brands on digital media. When you want to advertise your brand online, one must be aware of the tough competition over the social media marketing. With the advancement in technology many social networking websites have come up that it is very hard to get noticed in the huge crowd of World Wide Web. It is general observed that people go through only the first few links when they search for any topic or content.
Ethereal Tones are Harmonic Progressions, not prohibitions.... which sow the seeds of discord.
Quite some time ago, I discovered via the internet, that I was then: 24960 days old. Which is 3565 weeks and 5 days. That's 68 years and 123 days, including 17 leap years, or 68 years, 17 weeks and 4 days. In other words, that's 820.1 months.
I was told at that moment of time that I was 68.34 years old, and that I was born on a Tuesday, my last birthday was a Wednesday, and
Islam: A Faith Full of Prohibitions?
Muhammad Muhsin Ibrahim
Bayero University, Kano
Islam and its about 2 billions adherents suffer an acute ad hominem criticism in various places in the world today. The condemnations are wide and wild. While the notorious one centres on terrorism carried out by some Muslims, dubbed extremists; a salient other one is on the many prohibitions embedded in the religion. A non-Muslim friend of mine once told