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What should I say to this lady?

What should I say to this lady?

Two weeks ago, a female undergraduate student in Nigeria sent a Facebook message to the Vice Chairman of CSAAEINC Board here in the United States, Dr. Camellus Ezeugwu. The student is from Edo State but she is studying at Tafawa Balewa University in Bauchi State. She...

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Age is not our problem

Age is not our problem

Our greatest problem in Nigeria is bad governance. This is no longer a matter of conjecture. But recent debates seem to blame Nigeria’s failure of leadership on age. I disagree. Our leadership problem in Nigeria has nothing to do with age. Since independence, we have...

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Isn’t this funny?

Isn’t this funny?

They are even promising Igbos the presidency in 2023 so Igbos can vote for PMB in 2019. As if an Igbo president will make a difference. How much difference has Rochas made in Imo? How much difference has Buhari made in the North. How much difference did OBJ make in...

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ELP Selections

ELP Selections

Friends: In 2013, our Centre launched ELP. Our mission was to start healing Africa’s failure of political and government leadership from the root. The aim of ELP is to raise a new crop of political and government leaders imbued with the morals, effective leadership...

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The Dangerous NGO Bill: Matters Arising

The Dangerous NGO Bill: Matters Arising

If you are a Nigerian and you have not read the NGO bill (attached below) you are missing out on an important national discourse. Find 15 minutes to read this bill completely. It is not difficult to understand. Read the entire bill. At the beginning, they make the...

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Why More IPOBs are Needed in Africa

Why More IPOBs are Needed in Africa

Dear African Youths If you have not heard, there is a large youth organization in Nigeria called the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). It was founded few years ago by a courageous Nigerian young man called Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. IPOB is a non-violent organization...

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ELP: We read books. We change lives

ELP: We read books. We change lives

Knowledge is power, but especially, the power to lead. Knowledge, however, is buried in books. Of course, there are other sources of knowledge, but books are, and, for many years to come, will remain our surest sources of knowledge. That is why CSAAEINC insists that...

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