PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter October 2017

PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter October 2017

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PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter October 2017

*It is important to mention that most achievements by Nigeria/Nigerians achieved abroad should not be relegated as being ‘superior’ or achieved out of a ‘privileged comfortable environment’ as most of these achievements are usually first in recognition of what has been done or attained within Nigeria and as such requiring an international/global export.

Feel free to download the comprehensive guide for the geographic location determination: PositiveNaija Geo-Location Compilation October 2017

Good news about Nigeria

current news about Nigeria on PositiveNaija

Recommendations:

  1. Nigerians should be more observant towards the progress, development and excellence made in/by the country and fellow citizens.
  2. The right conditions for the vivid manifestations of these achievements and subsequent potentials are needed.
  3. Existing implementation frameworks should be critically reviewed with an indigenous approach.
  4. Strategic planning and an effective monitoring system with a focus on sustainability.
  5. Better coordination among Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs)

We hope that you find these assessments useful, inspiring and educative. We will also be glad to hear from you!

PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter September 2017

PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter September 2017

PDF download: PositiveNaija Newsletter September 2017

PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter September 2017

*It is important to mention that most achievements by Nigeria/Nigerians achieved abroad should not be relegated as being ‘superior’ or achieved out of a ‘privileged comfortable environment’ as most of these achievements are usually first in recognition of what has been done or attained within Nigeria and as such requiring an international/global export.

 

Recommendations:

  1. Nigerians should be more observant towards the progress, development and excellence made in/by the country and fellow citizens.
  2. The right conditions for the vivid manifestations of these achievements and subsequent potentials are needed.
  3. Existing implementation frameworks should be critically reviewed with an indigenous approach.
  4. Strategic planning and an effective monitoring system with a focus on sustainability.
  5. Better coordination among Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs)

We hope that you find these assessments useful, inspiring and educative. We will also be glad to hear from you!

Vote Now: 2017 PositiveNaija Essay Competition

2017 PositiveNaija Essay Competition Voting Proceedings

Essay Topic: How Great Is Nigeria!

Objective: Informing the world of what genuinely makes Nigeria a great country today and one to be proud of.

Vote the Essay that best represents 'How Great Is Nigeria!'

  • Olawale Lekan Christopher (67%, 1,116 Votes)
  • Udeme Akpan (27%, 455 Votes)
  • Kenneth Okpomo (5%, 91 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,662

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*Anyone can vote | You can vote multiple times | *Poll logging method is by cookies |Voting period: 22-09-2017 – 28-09-2017 (11:59 pm) [GMT +1]

Profiles and Essays of the Top 3 Essay Contestants
              Olawale Lekan Christopher

“The Nigerian Spirit is borne out of a healthy blend of tenacity, hard work, intelligence, talent and humour.”

My Essay: How Great Is Nigeria! 2017 OLC

Olawale Lekan ChristopherI am a graduate of English Language from the University of Ilorin. While I am politically non-partisan, I am nonetheless a patriot; I love and believe in Nigeria. So, as soon as I saw the title of this year essay contest (How Great is Nigeria!), I knew it was a perfect chance for me to consummate my passion for writing with my love for my country.

My hobbies are reading and writing. I believe in hard work, karma, love and God.  My greatest aspiration, as trivial as it may seem, is to be a Gentleman: well-bred, well-cultured, learned and rational.

 

                     Udeme Akpan

“Nigeria’s greatness is beautifully reflected from the dark shadows of the past, gently radiates through the battles of the present and shines for the hope of the future.”

My Essay: How Great Is Nigeria! 2017 UA

Udeme AkpanI possess a first degree in Petroleum Engineering from University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) in Rivers State. I am melancholic in temperament. I enjoy creative writing, playing lawn tennis, travelling, researching and cooking.

My philosophy of life is: Everyman has his/her weakness; use your strength (positive) to overcome your weaknesses.

 

                    Kenneth Okpomo

“Nowhere else is the greatness of Nigeria more pronounced and accentuated than in human capital.”

My Essay: How Great Is Nigeria! 2017 KO

Kenneth OkpomoI am a graduate of University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) with a degree in Sociology & Anthropology. I am currently enrolled for the M.Sc program in Peace Studies & Conflict Resolution in the School of Arts and Social Sciences at the National Open University of Nigeria. My research interests are in the areas of democracy and good governance, rural and urban development, poverty alleviation and economic empowerment, race and ethnic relations, among others. I have an immutable faith in the Nigeria and in her potentials and as a patriot, I will continue to project Nigerian values and cultures in positive light both at home and abroad.

 

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PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter August 2017

PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter August 2017

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PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter August 2017

PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter August 2017

PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter August 2017*It is important to mention that most achievements by Nigeria/Nigerians achieved abroad should not be relegated as being ‘superior’ or achieved out of a ‘privileged comfortable environment’ as most of these achievements are usually first in recognition of what has been done or attained within Nigeria and as such requiring an international/global export.

PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter August 2017

Recommendations:

  1. Nigerians should be more observant towards the progress, development and excellence made in/by the country and fellow citizens.
  2. The right conditions for the vivid manifestations of these achievements and subsequent potentials are needed.
  3. Existing implementation frameworks should be critically reviewed with an indigenous approach.
  4. Strategic planning and an effective monitoring system with a focus on sustainability.
  5. Better coordination among Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs)

We hope that you find these assessments useful, inspiring and educative. We will also be glad to hear from you!

PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter July 2017

PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter July 2017

PDF download: PositiveNaija Newsletter July 2017

PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter July 2017

PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter July 2017

*It is important to mention that most achievements by Nigeria/Nigerians achieved abroad should not be relegated as being ‘superior’ or achieved out of a ‘privileged comfortable environment’ as most of these achievements are usually first in recognition of what has been done or attained within Nigeria and as such requiring an international/global export.

PositiveNaija

PositiveNaija Monthly Newsletter

Recommendations:

  1. The right conditions for the vivid manifestations of these achievements and subsequent potentials are needed.
  2. Existing implementation frameworks should be critically reviewed with an indigenous approach.
  3. Strategic planning and an effective monitoring system with a focus on sustainability.
  4. Better coordination among Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs)

We hope that you find these assessments useful, inspiring and educative. We will also be glad to hear from you!