Lester B. Pearson Scholarship in Canada is an opportunity for bright minds to study in one of the best universities in the world – the University of Toronto. The University of Toronto is the world’s leading institute in research and teaching. The fully-funded scholarship in Toronto university is thus a chance for the undergraduates to… Continue reading Lester B. Pearson Scholarship in Canada 2022 [Fully Funded]| APPLY NOW
United Nations Nippon Foundation Fellowship 2022 is designed to equip government officials as well as mid-level professionals with advanced knowledge and techniques regarding ocean affairs and the international law on seas. As Nippon fellowship for developing countries is administrated by the United Nations Division for the Ocean Affairs and law of the sea, the applicants… Continue reading United Nations Nippon Foundation Fellowship 2022 [Fully Funded]
Did you know that people over the age of 45 are likely to develop diabetes if they are not armed with adequate information and take practical steps towards prevention? Diabetes is a very common disease that occurs when blood glucose (also known as blood Sugar) level becomes too high that is above normal which is… Continue reading Tips for Maintaining Diabetes/Diabetic Conditions
This year USA Visa Lottery Program is called DV-2019/20 (the year successful applicants may enter the United States of America on the green card they won) and is now open to all individuals worldwide who meet two basic entry requirements. Note that Canada and Australia do not offer visa lottery programs. The Diversity Immigrant Visa is a lottery program… Continue reading USA Visa Lottery, Australia & Canada Visa Lottery Applications
Rise Up Youth Champions Initiative 2021 calls the young leaders from Ethiopia, Rwanda, India, Pakistan, and the United States of America. The global initiative invests in the youth who is poising leadership skills and is part of a significant sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice movement. Rise Up ensures that the young leaders are… Continue reading Rise Up Youth Champions Initiative 2021 | Fully Funded
Call Open for Submissions to Early Career Award for Scientists Exploring Phosphorus Management in African Agriculture The Young African Phosphorus Fellowship Award Program is co-sponsored by the African Plant Nutrition Institute (www.apni.net), Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (www.um6p.ma), and OCP Group (www.ocpgroup.ma). Benguérir, Morocco — 3 June, 2021 — The African Plant Nutrition Institute (APNI) has announced its… Continue reading 2021 Young African Phosphorus Fellowship Award Program
In a jiffy, I will show you Canada Government Jobs that are open for applications right now. If you are ready and qualified, this could be your easiest way to migrate to Canada without stress. Read on! CLICK HERE TO START NOW! Company Type: Non-profit … Continue reading Canada Government Jobs Available Now
Canada International Admission Scholarship is offering students all over the world the opportunity to secure admission in any Canadian university, and this mostly for international students who wish to make their academic journey worth calling for. Canada Scholarship is open to all Canadian citizens and International Students for various studies to the university. This in turn… Continue reading Canada Scholarship For International Students
Harvard Academy Scholars Program is an outstanding opportunity for highly resourceful and initiative scholars to attain research assistance and technical training in their respective fields and areas. This international scholarship at Harvard for recent PhD scholars as well as the doctoral candidates – the scholars who are about to complete their PhD – from around… Continue reading Harvard Academy Scholars Program 2021 in the USA [Funded] | APPLY NOW
Walking has been an age long practice of humans made possible by the presence of our limbs which are made for the purpose of balance and movement. Walking is described as a weight bearing exercise because you get to carry your own weight. It’s a rhythmic movement of the legs which involves placing one leg… Continue reading Why You Should Cultivate the Age-Long Habit of Walking
I had a sole dream to go to school, come out with a good grade, and be the best of my dream profession to the highest level of it all. These were my dreamsand aspirations. Growing up in an average Nigerian home; my journey begins. Exams When Growing up in an average Nigerian home, education… Continue reading Growing up in an average Nigerian home | Ep. 1
Hmmm, Marriage! what lead to the change of mind? Could it be love or just a different kind of decision? If you are just joining me on this journey, it’s better to begin from HERE INTRODUCTION My marriage introduction had been fixed for the 26th of December, what we call “ knocking “ in my… Continue reading Marriage
This relationship issue is getting interesting. Hope you remembered that yours truly embarked on a journey to Kaduna for the first time to go visit Tony, without his knowledge or that of my parents. If you missed that, Click Here to Read it. Okay, let’s continue. MY STAY IN KADUNA I woke up from my… Continue reading Relationship: A Huge Distraction | Ep. 2.1
This relationship issue is about to get interesting. The following day Tony came to my Grandparents’ house to look for me. like I said earlier, I had traveled to stay with uncle Richard the reason I was at my mum’s. We had interesting conversations, got to know each other deeper as per background, and guess… Continue reading Relationship: A Huge Distraction | Ep. 2.0
He (Messi) started off as a teenage sensation, a winger in Barcelona youth team and a striker leading Argentina youth team to victory in 2005 under 20 world cup winning the tournament’ golden ball as the player of the tournament and the top scorer. After the success of the youth world cup, he became a… Continue reading Much Ado About Messi
What if there was no coronavirus? What could have been different if the world didn’t have to shut down? If businesses didn’t have to close, if football didn’t have to take a break, if everything in our lives had continued as usual before the coronavirus outbreak? German Bundesliga champions have been crowned winners of the… Continue reading The UEFA Champions League 2020 – What if?
There are footballers and there was Ronaldinho. Long before football science and VAR, before football became all about goals and statistics,( has it ever been about anything else); before super human goal machines invaded our soccer planet, there was the all conquering, Paolo Maldini led, astutely defensive minded AC Milan side that won global acclaim… Continue reading Ronaldinho – The Greatest of all Time (G.O.A.T)?
The year was 2000, the event was relegation from the top flight, and the future was bleak both on a football and economic terms. The club – Sevilla of Span. Such was the mood when a little known former goalkeeper Ramon Rodriguez Verdejo better known as “Monchi” was appointed as the clubs sporting director. No… Continue reading MONCHI – Two Decades too Good
It was in my 4th year in the university, the year was 2009 and I was probably rounding off the necessary documentations with my department officials before departing for the mandatory Students Industrial Work experience scheme (SIWES) which will serve as my second semester workload in the faculty of engineering. Walking down the road, along with… Continue reading Do these Lecturers Know Enough?
There are so many takeaways from the debacle we all witnessed last week at kankara in Katsina state of Nigeria. …”ONE nation bound in freedom, Peace and Unity.” Wait a minute, did I read that right? Freedom? Peace? Tell that to the Chibok girls’ parents and siblings, to the many in various IDP camps in… Continue reading The Kankara Debacle
2020 – A year we had never experienced before. Turn on the news, pick up the papers, listen to radios, browse on your computers and to all intents and purposes, this has been for billions of people all over the world, the year of the abnormal. Who could have imagined? For the first time in… Continue reading 2020 – WE HAVE HAD ENOUGH
5th Oct. 2020. Let no one kid you and I hate to be the harbinger of bad news, but the ongoing protests is no longer about ending SARS or police brutality. This is an avenue for the average Nigerian youth to vent years and maybe in some cases, a lifetime of anger, frustrations, unemployment, oppression and… Continue reading How to End the #ENDSARS# Protests
Rocking in his evening arm chair under an Oha tree, gazing at the setting sun, a familiar past time of his for many year. And a position from which Mr Chikwelu has previously regaled me many times before of the “good old days”; his life and times as a British trained Nigerian police officer, his… Continue reading NDIGBO – We Have Never Has it This Bad
A Spotlight on The Asiwaju From The Eastern Flank Good morning sir, I read your conversation with one of your readers of which I am equally one having also read the beautiful expository from which the conversation ensued. I am Ugochukwu from IMO state in the south east; I have however lived and interacted with… Continue reading OPINION: A Spotlight On The Asiwaju BAT From The Eastern Flank
GREED (The secret Abuser) – See v.1 Here The truth ladies and gentlemen is, that greed is for want of better words, is the most subtle of traps. For no one can identify greed without an honest introspection the likes of which we are most likely to overlook. So more often than not, greed, like… Continue reading Greed, Gambling & Pornography –The Satanic Triplet (Traps) 2
There’s no doubting that the potential for a sustained secret evil lurks in all of us. For many of us, it is the lack of opportunity and/ or the fear of possible exposure that usually keeps us from overt sins e.g. greed, gambling, pornography, stealing, rape. Maybe, it is the prayer of our parents, family… Continue reading Greed, Gambling & Pornography –The Satanic Triplet (Traps) 1
So there is a scripture which most Christians quote to say, “I can do all things”. I have always wondered if this applies to all things literally. If we are to take it literally does it mean one human being can really do all things? I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.… Continue reading I Can Do All Things: Is The “Context” Misinterpreted?
WHEN GOD SAYS “WAIT”. So I asked God to use me…. To bless me and make me a blessing… He asked if I was willing, I thought of all the joy I can bring to my people and all the joys I could spread and I said a big YES. God said it will cost… Continue reading When God Says “WAIT”
1. As Jehovah’s Witnesses, we strive (this connotes struggle, physical efforts, works…) to adhere to the form of Christianity that Jesus taught and that his apostles practiced. What happens to the believer in the newbirth experience otherwise called the “born again” experience is transformative in the sense that this person receives a new nature consistent… Continue reading Reflections on what Jehovah’s Witnesses Believe
Yearning Craving Burning Longing…. Those were the effects my room-mate’ conversations with her Fiance had on me while they courted in our final year. Yes, I had always dreamt and hoped to marry a Man that is big on God and romance. I had this tucked in somewhere around my to-do list after graduation. But… Continue reading Bitter Sugar