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The challenge of change
Change by any definitions is usually met with skepticism, resistance and opposition as is the case between the current and past administration in the Rivers State government. It is about time for each side to step back and devise a mean to destroy the demon that is destroying the state. It is about time for someone to act as the adult in this schism that is shaking the foundation of governance to the core. As long as there are intrusion and obfuscation by external forces in the act of running the affairs of government, the present administration would be constantly and consistently distracted from its duties to serve the people of the state the best it can. Serving the people of Rivers State is what Governor Wike was elected to do. He should be given the space necessary to perform his job. Sam Walton, the owner of the world's second retail organization said this. "In the end, what matters is what you have done for others". From all published accounts, Mr. Wike is given the opportunity the electorate bestowed on him his best shot and this electorate will decide in four years if what he has done for others merit another four years. .

 
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Dearth and Death of Intellectualism amongst Youths
The World Youth Day was celebrated a few days ago on 12 August 2015. In view of this, I wish to address a rather appalling trend which I have observed with keen interest mid utter disgust among most youths today in the society. It is in good faith that youths, particularly the affected ones, currently reading this piece will ‘repent’ of their actions – or inaction, amend their ways, and be the vanguard of transformation the society seeks because it is written by a fellow youth, one who is in the same shoes and knows what it feels like being a youth in this age.

Cultural De-colonization of African Mind for Meaningful Independence and Development

“The Western world rearranged Africa to suit the whims of Europeans. This restructuring unleashed cultural violence on Africa. The violence touches Africa in ways that make us accept Western values as universal and normative…even if it leads to destruction. Why is everything European considered as universal? Why is everything African considered as negative? Why do Africans bleach their skins, and take Western names? Because there is something wrong with us. We will continue to be victimized so long as we remember the ancestors of our conquerors and colonizers more than our ancestors.”-- Dr. Molefi Asante, Professor of Africology and African Studies, Temple University, Pennsylvania, USA. (Quotes taken from “AMANDLA Global African Community Newspaper” Vol.14 Issue 6 January 15 2015 edition—reporting on a lecture delivered by the author in Ghana titled: “Stop Being Victims of Western Historical Narratives”).

BUHARI’S INTEGRITY ON THE LINE
The much expected relay of baton from Jonathan to Buhari came; smoothly, dispersing hitherto perceived frictions but flaring a flame of expectations for a change in the discharge of Nigeria’s affairs. President Muhammad Buhari’s inaugural speech without doubt set the expectations aflame forming the core of almost all discussions and analyses within and without the shores of Nigeria. Buhari’s speech portrayed an audacity to address an inherited legacy of youth unemployment, inadequate power supply, a crumbling economy, corruption and insecurity. Albeit dropping the hard earned high rank title of ‘General’ from his name, a couple of hours to the noon of May 29, 2015 saw a lone General literally standing before the whole world, in deep reflection of the trust vested in him by Nigerians in their millions, in emphases of the daunting tasks ahead but of most importance appending his signature signifying an undertaking to make good damages to norms and values and to the economy. In the same vein, seal leakages and cart away wastes; all within an earlier hinted four-year term.

 

 

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