Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Al Jazeera (Doha, Qatar) @ 20

About Al Jazeera:
Al Jazeera (also known Jazeera Satellite Channel) came to air on exactly this day; November 1, 1996 after the closure of BBC Arabic by the Saudi government due to an attempted suppress of information, including a graphic report on executions and prominent dissident views.
Al Jazeera started with a six(6) hour programme per day and increased to twelve(12) hours in 1997. Reaching more than two hundred and seventy million(270 million)

Channels Television (Nigeria) @ 21

About Channels Television:

Channels Television is one of the thirteen (13) independent television stations currently broadcasting in Nigeria. The company was licensed in 1993 and began transmission in 1995 and now broadcasts to a audience of over 20 million people according to the company's profile.
The television station was established in response to Nigerians yearning for a station that will give people the following services other the government or controlled television stations.

1. A television station that will give an alternative medium of communication to the government and its policies and holding public officers accountable to people.

Monday, 22 February 2016


At this point in the history of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari is making the right moves and taking the right decisions at the right time. The ban is at a good timing. The moves made on banning some of the numerous products flooding Nigerian markets killing our local productivity and sense of responsibility to production and as a matter of fact falling the Naira.

Importation grossly took over our markets and gave no room for the development of local products, rising of local producers and entrepreneurs, penetration of locally manufactured goods and acknowledgement of Nigerian goods.
Importing is greater benefits to the exporting countries and the growth of their economy than it does to our economy.

Nigeria was far more better and was also one of the richest countries in the world during the time when trade, production and exportation was the primary business of every

Sunday, 21 February 2016


With the ban on materials and products imported into Nigeria, the nation is on her journey to being great again. The moves made be the Federal Government is highly welcomed by understanding Nigerians. The ban will now force our people to go back into neglected means of generating income like commercial farming,

Thursday, 11 February 2016

Arise Oh New Visioneers

You can't survive when you lack vision. Vision simply means revelation.
Vision is foresight based One of the greatest and most common problem in Nigeria today is due to too many people with no vision. People that can not take their time out to think on what they can do to help solve a particular problem-which is the best way to become a person of influence. These set of people plan and base their living and existence on other people's idea. They sell their time for money.

To raise a great nation a great number of people with vision must arise. New visioneers in Business, Politics and Entertainment; which are the most influential areas in life.