In my college days at University of Houston Downtown, I was taking a class on ‘Second law of thermodynamic’, a course in Physical chemistry. There was a fellow in the class, though smart but he was full of himself, with overflowing pride. The professor was tackling a serious chemistry equation equipped with calculus calculations. The professor was literally sweating … [Read more...] about The problem with Gov. Soludo, Oversized Ego. Emulate Obi’s Humility
When it comes to making hit songs, both WizKid and Chris Brown are no strangers to that. So, what do you expect when Big Wiz and Chris Brown collaborate? Sensational, tantalizing and ever flowing joy and fun, is what you gotta. The chemistry is explosive; up lifting with rhymes generating the afro-vibes. The duo has been friends and that brotherhood was transmitted into the … [Read more...] about WizKid & Chris Brown: Explosive Chemistry in the Collaboration ‘CALL ME EVERY DAY’
Onitsha the commercial Mecca of Anambra State in Nigeria, the city that gave us Main Market, the largest market in Africa, has been neglected so much that it desperately cries for a facelift. Some of the roads are so deteriorated that they pose both traffic and health hazard to the urban habitants. The quality of life has been and will continue to depreciate if the trend is … [Read more...] about Onitsha Needs and Deserves Environmental Facelift
"American workers’ mind is the bedrock of creativity and innovativeness that makes the world spin around” - Emeka Chiakwelu Words cannot describe how much we respect and honor Elon Musk for his immense contributions to space technology and the headway he made on electric vehicle technology. And so is Bill Ackman , on his energetic contribution to the technology industry. But … [Read more...] about Elon Musk and Bill Ackman assumptions that American workers are lazy is wrong: American workers are highly creative, innovative and exceedingly energetic
Nigeria is in a big muddle. Without mincing words, Nigeria is in a drought of uncertainty. Nothing works in the country, dreams are broken and the future appears bleak. The infrastructure is dilapidated; the economy is nosediving and wobbling as the population growth rate exceeds the economic growth rate. The electricity capacity is so diminished that the country is literally … [Read more...] about Peter Obi: Can he Rescue Nigeria like Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew?