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Sometimes love seems so wrong, but can you tell your heart whom to fall in love with? The boss' son and the help don't fall in love; they fell in love and she is going to kiss and tell. Things can go very good or they can go very bad. Can she compete with the boss' son girlfriend who is way out of her league? An amazing romance, with enough drama and suspense to keep you spellbound.
Local Governments across the globe are meant to be the closest tier of governance to the citizenry. It unarguably provides a platform for people to feel the impact of government, their voice heard and their pulse felt. Regrettably, in Nigeria, the reverse is the case as some unscrupulous politicians and administrators use it as an avenue to amass wealth, enrich their cronies, and impoverish their locality. This unpleasant scenario continues to play out in her political culture and firmament unabated. It has made citizens distraught, heartbroken, and traumatized as their dream of participating actively in governance in their locality has been hugely shattered. This book introspectively x-rayed the origin of local government administration in Nigeria, with particular focus on Enugu East Local Government Area of Enugu State. It moved a step further to highlight and synthesize the processes it passed through to the present moment. To cap it up, the author proffered ways in which local governments could be useful to their constituencies in order to meet international standards and best practices. The book will be of immense help to scholars and researchers who want to embark on in-depth exploratory study and enquiry of the socio-political cum economic benefits of local government administration in Nigeria. This inspiring, revealing, and rudimentary book will also be of immense benefit to those carrying out case studies of local government administration in Nigeria and help them have a comparative overview of how they work and how they ultimately affect the lives of people.
Like a masterful storyteller, Chinyere leads us on an intriguing, amusing and inspiring journey into her life and quest for love. Built around her own true story and set in the context of the last two decades and eight years; you’d find so many lessons tucked in every turn of the way. I love the vulnerability of truth, the simplicity of wisdom, the beauty of love and the abundance of counsel you’d find in TURNING 28. You’d fall in love with love, as Chinyere makes you see that God is the real scriptwriter of every love story. You’d also rethink many perspectives you’ve built about relationships and marriage. You’d learn from her mistakes, be inspired by her sense of purpose and elevate your own personal vision. Written almost like a novella but interjected with wisdom and thoughtful teachings; there’s nothing not to love about TURNING 28! I believe that every reader will be carried on the wings of truth, liberty and grace, as they read through.
Fortified is a book that helps you garner strength to push through and be more confident about life's challenges. As the name implies it fill Fortify the reader with knowledge that one needs to have for a more confident approach to handling our existence through the journey of life. A balanced child, upbringing strategy, emotional intelligence, single parenting, entrepreneurship, focus-driven life's journey, making the best use of opportunities and knowing the true essence of being here are some of the issues addressed in FORTIFIED using the author's story as a roadmap. It is written with the intention to bring out better you. It is an inspirational, motivational and value-adding piece...
This small book is borne out of my love for one of the most powerful President the world ever produced in this era, the 44th President of the United States of America, the first African-American President of the Harvard Law Review in 1990, First President of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, the first African American to become President of the United States of America, the first Democratic President since Franklin D. Roosevelt to win the majority of the popular vote twice, the first American President to have been born in Hawaii, the first sitting U.S. President to preside over a meeting of the United Nations Security Council, the first President of the United States to address both Houses of the UK Parliament in Westminster Hall London, the first U.S. President to visit Jamaica in over three decades, the first U.S. President ever to visit Kenya, the first ever sitting U.S. President to speak in front of the African Union in Addis Ababa Ethiopia, First U.S. President to visit Cuba in almost a century and also the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize laureate. The idea behind this book is to encourage the younger generations to know more of what makes Obama a unique personality, to believe in themselves and go out there and make the world a better place for all. I want the world mostly those of us in Africa with short historic and documentation memories to read and appreciate Obama’s contributions to mankind. I want us to appreciate his contributions to humanity, for he is unique. He is a product of history cutting across three continents, quite a remarkable world leader. Obama is a fulfilment of a prophesy long made when Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King said “I have a dream”. Yes that dream became Obama.
Awed by the enviable deeds of a corps member during his secondary school days, Deen challenges himself to become a corper, too. And he's relentless in the pursuit of this dream. However, when, after completing his undergraduate studies, he gets posted to serve in one of the remotest parts of the northern Nigeria, events begin to unfold and he realises dreams are not always so easy to realise. What does Deen do wrong and right? What is NYSC? Who's a Corper? Who's Corper Madeena? Is she in Nigeria as a savior or as Deen's nemesis? Let the Adventures of Corper Deen in Yobe State answer some of these questions...
I stared at the people standing. They were all in white. I tried moving my head but the pain was so intense, I could feel my body but I could not move them. I tried opening my mouth to talk, but I just couldn’t. what has happened to me?, I wondered as I met the eyes of my mum.
This book brings to light some of the various experiences encountered by the author while fulfilling the nation's call to serve in Jos. She went to Jos grudgingly with no excitement. Did the situation change? Did she run away from the town or did she face the various challenges that came her way. Find out more from this exciting and inspiring book.