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Before you accuse, ensure you have your facts


Before you accuse, ensure you have your facts and/or you have investigated properly as apologies are usually not enough to heal the wound created by false allegations or false accusations. Existing trust is shattered and things will almost certainly not be the same again.2 days ago I drove into a filling station and paid N3,000.00 for fuel. As I drove off I realized the position of the fuel gauge pointer really didn't change much even when...... Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on May, 5 2012

Why are we afraid of being wrong?


It is common to see people defend misinformation and outright lies in some cases with boldness and courage that are usually reserved for war situations, and once you challenge them with facts and truth, they abandon the issue and come after you especially when they cannot defend the lies. This seems to be common with educated Nigerians who usually over rate themselves and believe that they cannot be wrong on any issue even as they commit...... Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on April, 14 2011

The rise of Nigerian educated illiterates

The rate at which supposedly educated Nigerians continue to misfire, mis-analyze, mis-judge, misinterpret even common national issues that average semi or non educated Nigerians seem to have balanced opinions about is alarming. Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on March, 12 2008

Why it may take eternity for Nigeria to move forward

This is not a prophesy. It is not a statement from someone that has lost hope in Nigeria, rather it is coming from a die hard optimist about the greatness of this country Nigeria. But in being optimistic one must not forget to be realistic. Read more >>

By Afam Nnaji on August, 7 2007


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