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    Onyedikachi wrote a new post, Give it up for the Nigerian Paralympians 3 years, 2 months ago

    Give it up for the Nigerian Paralympians
    As at the time of writing this report, the Team Nigeria contingents at the Rio 2016 Paralympic games have garnered 11 medals – 8 gold medals, 2 silver medals and 1 b […]

    • So there was a complaint about lack of funds. I imagine that a “hindrance” like that must be like a “walk in the park”. They have already overcome so much more!! 🙂 I’m saluting them and applauding them! 🙂

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    Onyedikachi wrote a new post, SAVING FROM NON-ESSENTIAL EXPENDITURE 3 years, 2 months ago

    SAVING FROM NON-ESSENTIAL EXPENDITURE
    Have you ever taken out time to think about what would happen if we determined to save from the amount of money we ordinarily would have spent on unnecessary and […]

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    Onyedikachi wrote a new post, ADVERTISING (EXHIBITIONS) IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES 3 years, 2 months ago

    ADVERTISING (EXHIBITIONS) IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES
    Libraries have a primary obligation of delivering prompt and needful information services. For these information services to be able to meet their information […]

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    Onyedikachi wrote a new post, Time is life 3 years, 2 months ago

    Time is life
    I have listened to Many folks and heard them say that time is money; but is this the way it is supposed to be or to be said? Time is not just money, time is life.  Time and life are both four letter […]

    • Very well said, In fact i think it was Bruce Lee who said : If you love life, don’t waste time, for time is what life is made up of.

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    Onyedikachi wrote a new post, THIS IS WHY YOU FAIL II 3 years, 2 months ago

    THIS IS WHY YOU FAIL II
    Continuing from where we left off in the first part of this article, I will now show you some of the things one can do to kill procrastination and push failure permanently out of his or […]

    • Nice thoughts indeed but I didn’t get to read the first part of the article. Any I like what you have shared and the facts are right. If you really want to get things done well always a plan about how your going to them then start working on it. Starting up something then leaving it halfway is not good those are sure signs of failing in what your doing because there is no focus on the work. Like you have said when you start doing so.thing always take the time to focus on it and finish it at that particular time. Because for sure if you leave it and go and do something else you might not put in so much effort as you did when you started it. Thanks for sharing those sentiments.

    • I like the thoughts tht you translated their into words, first lines felt to as if from the heart, let me start by saing that life is full of failures but that is not the point the focus must be having these people to stand and get over the failing. It is needed to be the point that makes you stronger and make you sentiment but make you better sure, something may fail you and its not just excuse, you need to do more than what you can to get rid of that feelings and go for more good news and success also in your life so fail is not bad thing but the bad is to keep fainling and label that person who feels that he is failure or did really.
      but you need to learn from the failing as more and more you fail more and more lessons you have to let you stand up and make better at the other things or other trials you do in the future, do you get what i mean in there? thank you for the awesome topic and the world that has everyday people of failure in every house and area

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    Onyedikachi wrote a new post, Is there any difference between Politics and governance? 3 years, 2 months ago

     Is there any difference between Politics and governance?

    Politics has a way of affecting everything we do and every aspect of our lives. When we talk of governance, we cannot actually separate totally the […]

    • There is a great difference in politics and governance. Politics is the art of ruling and looting the country but governance is the art of how to implement laws upon the citizens equally between the poor and the rich.

      I would define governance as the day to day running of the nation. Most laws, when passed, are not actually directly actionable. They direct agencies to do things or set guidelines, and the agency in charge of that area of law has to figure out how to make it happen. Most of it is frankly done by hired (or appointed) bureaucrats rather than elected officials.

      Politics is the dealing and grand standing required to get elected, so that one is in a position to direct governance. It is appealing to the electorate in order to win votes, and may or may not be sincere.

      Passing laws is both. The actual content of the law, directing such and such an agency to behave in such and such a way, is governance. But why that law was passed it, who signed it versus who authored it versus who introduced it, and why some laws are passed as addendums to completely unrelated laws, that’s all politics.

    • People have always misunderstood politics and governance. They have confused the two to be the same. There is a fine line between the two, as you have also tried to bring about in your blog post. Governance should never be confused for politics. Good governance and strong leadership is what the countries of the world need now the most if they are to survive the coming centuries. Thanks for depicting the two ideas so clearly and accurately. Keep posting more. 🙂

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    Onyedikachi commented on the post, Relationships Connect 3 years, 3 months ago

    In reply to: Linda Kaaz/ Jenny Heart wrote a new post, Relationships Connect Relationships can turn out to be one of those once in a lifetime connections. In today’s society a lot of marriages end up in divorce, however, l […] View

    ‘Relationships can connect in a powerful way if both partners try to make it a great one. Do not live life halfway.’

    Oh how precious these words were to me. Every relationship is at the mercy of those involved in it.

    Relationship is about giving and how selfless the partners are determines how far the relationship goes.

    So the partners…[Read more]

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    Onyedikachi wrote a new post, How much do you think you will spend next month? 3 years, 3 months ago

    Chilling out on the balcony of my house, I fixed my gaze steadily at these two kids playing hide and seek at the children’s playground in the front of the compound. The first child had already taken his time to s […]

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    Onyedikachi wrote a new post, Can you calculate how much you spent last month? 3 years, 3 months ago

    Can you calculate how much you spent last month?
    As I was walking with a friend of mine this morning, we happened to pass across a boutique and the following discussion ensued: “Oh! See this beautiful jean t […]

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    Onyedikachi wrote a new post, Whatsapp’s New Privacy policy Change 3 years, 3 months ago

    What do you think about Whatsapp’s Privacy policy Change?
    It is now no news that the instant messaging giant Whatsapp has changed their privacy policy. With this change will come a lot of things you are not u […]

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    Onyedikachi wrote a new post, INCOMPETENCE SUCKS 3 years, 3 months ago

    Incompetence Sucks!
    I just strolled into a digital photo printing company to print just a single 5×7 inch picture. Normally, this is not supposed to take not up to 20 minutes to complete but time-check now tells […]

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    Onyedikachi wrote a new post, I love photography 3 years, 3 months ago

    I love photography
    Ever since I took my first photograph, I have grown to love the lenses and the notion of what it is capable of doing. My elder brother is a professional photographer. He started snapping […]

    • I also love photography. If you want a fun and easy way to get some critique and likes and possibly prizes for your photos check out viewbug.com… It is free to join and easy to use.

    • I do not have a good skill in taking good photos, but I love pictures, hehe. I love watching other’s picture, most especially if the subject is nature.

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    Onyedikachi commented on the post, 6 Successful Tips for Job Interview 3 years, 3 months ago

    In reply to: peachpurple wrote a new post, 6 Successful Tips for Job Interview […] View

    Very good and interesting piece on attending job interviews. I love the part that says ” Do your homework on this information so that it may be

    useful to you when you stumble upon hard core questions

    that your interviewer deliberately asked.

    This is to ensure that you have the knowledge and ability

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    Onyedikachi commented on the post, Mustard Green Soup with Meat Balls 3 years, 3 months ago

    In reply to: peachpurple wrote a new post, Mustard Green Soup with Meat Balls If you had ever tasted Cai Xin soup, you should get acquainted with his green leafy vegetable today because you are going to love it as much as I […] View

    All these veges sef!
    Highly nutritious!

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    Onyedikachi commented on the post, 2 Best Handmade Gifts for Birthdays 3 years, 3 months ago

    In reply to: peachpurple wrote a new post, 2 Best Handmade Gifts for Birthdays Hi Everyone! It is my niece birthday today! I had just handmade a cute heart pouch for her birthday gift. I know that I should buy a store […] View

    Women and this their creativity thing. Personally, I think I prefer a home made gift for a birthday present. This might just be because I like being creative most times.

    So just like Anita Gimase said, this could be a great way to train the girl child and helping them grow.

    I love creativity and I don’t fail to appreciate it whenever I see one.

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    Onyedikachi commented on the post, Tender Coconut Ice Cream 3 years, 3 months ago

    In reply to: bestwriter wrote a new post, Tender Coconut Ice Cream Coconuts grow very well where I live. I have a few coconut palms. They not only add coolness to the place, every part of it is useful. Matured coconuts are […] View

    Haha!
    That was nice trying out something for yourself there. But you should have taken a picture of it and sent it alongside this post so we could see it and have a feeling of what it might look like.

    Personally I love coconuts and we also have a handful of them here that I’m staying.

    I also heard the water is a great antibiotic.

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