Barack Obama Lists His Favourite Films And TV Shows Of 2019
Former United States President Barack Obama has released his annual year-end favourite lists which features his favourite books, music playlist and films from 2019. On Sunday, Obama shared a list of his favourite films and TV shows of 2019 on his Facebook page: "This year’s list includes everything from explorations of class dynamics and relationships, to…
Alumni equip youths on entrepreneurship skills
The Mandela Washington Fellows Alumni Association of Nigeria (MWFAAN) has trained over 300 Nigerian youths in secondary schools on entrepreneurship and effective leadership skills.
Ihedioha’s first 100 days in office
In a short while from now, precisely September 6, 2019, governors from across the states of the federation would be marking what has, of recent, been known as “first 100 days in office.”
Youths: Pursue meaning, not money!
Horace Freely said: “The darkest hour in any man’s life is when he sits down to plan how to get money without earning it”. You earn money by finding meaning and solving a problem.
Rema Makes Obama's Summer Playlist 2019
Fast rising Nigerian Afropop singer, Rema features on Barrack Obama's summer playlist for 2019. The former United States president took to Twitter to share his playlist for the summer and sitting pretty on No. 42 is Iron Man by Rema: " With summer winding down, here’s a sampling of what Michelle and I have been…
Tunde Eso deserves a Nobel laureate prize
In the last five years, I discovered that more youths are conscious and pro-active about educing peace and progress in the world, unlike antecedent times. One notable feature in this feat, is the founder of Youthocracy, Tunde Eso. One who stands with the youth stands with the majority.
Obama condemns language that normalises racism after twin shootings
Former U.S. president Barack Obama has condemned language that feeds hatred and normalises racism.
Obama has nothing to apologise for, says Biden
Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden said Thursday he was "surprised" at the intensity of debate-night criticism levelled at his onetime boss Barack Obama, saying the popular ex-president has nothing to apologize for.