The Year 2012 and The Spiritual Renaissance of Awakening That Is Happening In The World
We truly live within an amazing time. Within the vast and categorical problems, conflicts, environmental issues, and global economic crises something very amazing can be found. There is something strange that I sense within the world.Let’s Go Green With Nigeria At 50
Nigeria is among the countries of the world where the colour green plays a very important role. From the simple landscape to the exotic and untapped resources of the great nation, the colour green is not missing. Nigeria’s flag is a rectangular strip that is divided into three equal parts. The major colours are in green. This represents the county’s land and agricultural potential, while the white colour represents peace and unity.Nigeria At 50: The Way Forward For Her Education
It is no longer news that the rate of failure in the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) and the National Examinations Council (NECO) exams; the two foremost examinations students have to undertake for successful completion of secondary school, and to qualify for admission into higher institutions of learning, have increased tremendously over the years. The percentage of failure as Nigeria turned fifty this year is so alarming as over 70% of students who undertook the aforementioned examinations failed Mathematics and English Language.We Need to Stop Worldwide Hunger Now!
The hunger situation in this country is horrible with 1 in 8 American families relying on assistance just to put food on the table. I strongly encourage people, restaurants and grocery stores to donate as much food as they possibly can to end this serious problem.Nigeria At 50: A Time To Pray Or To Drink Some Wine?
Every nation desires to be great. Greatness does not generate itself, it is a product of hard-work. Hard-work connects people to the source of greatness. In the life of so many people, it is a tradition to clink glasses of wine at a particular time in their lives, especially at times of achievements. The year 2010 marks the Golden Jubilee of Nigeria’s existence as a nation, and activities have been in top gear to celebrate this important period of Nigeria’s independence from the colonial masters.Tomorrow Is Another Day
There are reasons why a machine or PC software cannot properly translate different languages. The author is not a translator. However, he expresses his opinion as an expert of cross-cultural exchange. There are 3 main reasons why PC technology today is not smart enough to translate properly. They are technological challenge for scientific people. Until technology overcome all these challenges, PC stays to be a useful aid for translators.She Became a Legend in the 20Th Century
Agnes Gondzha Boyadjiev, the future Mother Teresa was born August 27, 1910 in Skopje, the former Ottoman Empire, and modern Macedonia. She was the youngest of three children of Nicola Boyadjiev, a wealthy merchant.10 Things You Need to Know About Sudan
Have you heard Sudan thrown about in conversations, speeches, or news sources, but never really knew what there was to know about the place? Did you figure Sudan was just another African country plagued by war, famine, and corrupt governments, but have never been able to engage in a conversation about it? Then you’ve arrived at the right place. There are 10 things you need to know about Sudan to be able to understand and engage in conversations about the country, be in the know of African current events, and to have an increased global awareness.Pirates Going Out of Control
Since the second phase of the Somalian Civil War, this issue has been a matter of extreme concern to international organisations. Contributing to the increase of shipping costs and putting at risk the safety of marine workers, Somali pirates are now the main oceanic criminals in the world and have been making millions and millions of dollars due to this illegal activity. Most of the pirates are between 20 and 35 years old, they reside in the region of Puntland, in north-eastern Somalia and the scariest part is that they are very well organized…Is Curbing Armed Robbery Proving A Headache For The Liberia National Police?
All across the world a civil war often leaves behind many bitter experiences in countries it occurs. Among these bitter experiences is armed robbery. This is the problem that Liberia has been grappling with both during and after its civil war that lasted for fourteen years. Successive governments during this period tried to stamp out armed robbery but with little success. Even the current government appears to be having a real headache at curbing the crime despite the presence of a multinational UN Peace Keeping Force with modern state of the art weaponry with which they back up the Liberia National police.