Category Archives: Humanitarian

What They Don’t Teach in School


Readers will find different version of this caption on the internet and other published articles and books. Today, I decide to also follow their steps by adopting the same approach in order to feature an article that I found very … Continue reading

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5 MUST HAVE FREE TOOLS FOR DATA STORAGE


The idea of writing this piece stem as a result of an unfortunate incidence involving a friend of mine who lost the entire records of cooperative society’s financial records from his computer. The records comprise payments, sales, loans payment, repayment … Continue reading

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BRINGING KIVA TO YOUR DOORSTEP


Are you one of those people that were successful in obtaining their certificates but unsuccessful in finding any white color job that you dreamt while in school? Or you are one of those that succumbed and had since established his/her … Continue reading

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THE PARADOX IN OUR MIDST


Permit me to relate the celebrated Berkeley Gender bias court case to the subject of our discourse. The controversy came up when the University of California, Berkeley was sued for bias against women. The University was sued for favouring male … Continue reading

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GIVING BACK TO OUR COMMUNITIES


Circumstances led me to discover the imperatives, relevance and needs for giving back to our communities what God has blessed and empowered us with. It is my ardent belief that, if people will pause and reflect the blessing of God … Continue reading

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ON ANOTHER PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME


In continuation with our discourse for personal development programme, it will be recalled that our previous discussion was centred on providing alternative for balancing their excessive ‘facebookation’ with a more rewarding business. I am optimistic that some people will dismiss … Continue reading

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MAKING A DIFFERENCE

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Yes, some of us are good in pointing out people’s mistakes and shortcomings yet forgetting the fact that the moment you point a finger at someone, four of such are pointed back at you by the four neighbouring fingers sitting … Continue reading

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