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Friday, 15 April 2016

The importance of team work can never be underestimated, just like the saying goes, " it takes two to tango". Though some people appreciate the importance of one man army or lone rangers, but it only takes a team for effectiveness to occur. That effectiveness and value can only be gotten when there is team effort and togetherness, it took a United States of America to become the world largest economy and most powerful Nation on earth, if the confederates and Union had not settled their differences, there would not have been a United State of America. Just as how good Lionel Messi o Christiano Ronaldo may be, they cannot function properly without their team effort or team work, it takes a man and woman to make a marriage and a couple.
Even in large organizations, team effort is appreciated because a team will bring better productivity to an Organization than a single individual, just as in business, a partnership or Joint Stock Company is more likely to make huge profit than a Sole Proprietorship or a One man business. Just as it is generally known, "no man can be an island" no man can know everything or do everything all alone. Even the United Kingdom is a Confederation of different States like; England, Ireland, Scotland, e.t.c. That is why they have acquired so much power and prominence in the world today.
Just as much as we believe in ourselves, we should also try to listen to people, pick ideas from people and learn to work effectively with people so as to form a formidable team. Because so goes the saying ;
" two heads are better than one" . In a team effort, no one takes the whole praise but the whole team. If Barcelona football club wins a cup, the whole team will be crowned and not a single individual.
In a team, we find the support, help, assistance of other team members, when we fall we are helped up by our team member, such is the importance attached to a team.
Form a formidable team today and become better and outstanding.

Tuesday, 12 April 2016

 ~~~Prof. Wole Soyinka says, 'WHERE DID WE GO WRONG? WAKE UP NIGERIAN YOUTHS!'~~~

"Awolowo was 37 years, Akintola 36, Ahmadu Bello 36, Balewa 34, Okotie-Eboh 27 and Enahoro 27 and they led the struggle for Nigeria Independence after the death of Macaulay. Only Zik was 42 at the time!

In 1966, the first military coup was led by K Nzeogwu who was 29 years and countered by M. Mohammed 28, T. Danjuma 28, I. Babangida 25, J. Garba 23, Sani Abacha 23, and M. Yar'adua 23, and brought into power Y. Gowon 32, Ojukwu 33, Obasanjo 29, and Buhari 24!

Most of the military governors who governed the states under the successive military regimes were under 30 years.

Also, the brief democratic dispensation which interjected the military interregnums also saw some Senators and members of the House of Representatives, in particular, populated by persons under 30!

Under 30's were also not in short supply with appointments - we have examples of MT Mbu who became Nigeria's Foreign Affairs Minister at 23 and Pat Utomi who became a Federal Adviser at 27 and so on and so forth!

NOW: Why is it that almost all this age bracket is today still sleeping in 3-seater chairs in their parents’ homes?

Why is it that this age bracket is today still collecting pocket money from their parents?

Why is it that this age bracket is today still writing JAMB?

Why is it that this age bracket today still 'sagg' their trousers?

Why is it that this age bracket is today still searching for jobs and not yet married?

Why is it that this age bracket is today no longer qualified to even be leaders of youth wings of political parties?

Why is it that this age bracket is today so docile?

Why is this age bracket today incapable of feeding itself?

Why is it that this age bracket is today barred from even aspiring to certain political offices?

Why is it that this age bracket is today incapacitated, unwilling, unable and incapable of asking questions?