Corruption seems to be something that Nigeria thrives on so it is not a surprise that this corruption has reached the educational sector of the country.To begin with people pay their way into universities, while those who actually passed are not admitted,I sometimes wonder whether we have a government or not.

It dissapionts me to find out that even students scores in universities are upgraded,in a country where lecturers are corrupt it is no surprise if the student turns out the same.

The Nigerian government has refused to attend to this problem that is a ticking time bomb ready to explode,they seem to be missing the point of education,we can not train another generation of ignorant, greedy and corrupt leaders as we have seen the damages the present ones are causing.

I think every university should be investigated for corruption and immediately shut down if we want to build a strong and corrupt free country.


Online campaign against child abuse in Nigeria

Child abuse in Nigeria is almost becoming a norm for its citizens as there is no strong penalty for this crime.some children face abuse everyday in different forms,child abuse could be physical or emotional each having its own effects on the affected child.

It is not a strange scene in Nigeria to see young children under the hot sun selling different wares on the road during school hours while their mates are in school this doesn’t just have effects on their academics but it destroys them emotionally.

Some parents and caretakers have taken discipline to the next level,they have made the mistake of abusing children,some have taken it so far to the extent of tieing their children up for petty offences.

It is clear this is a problem so it is left to us to find solutions.some of this solutions include identifying child abuse and reporting to the authorities,we can also stop child abuse by enlightening parents on the effects abuse has on their children.

Together let us stop child abuse.

war and education

Many countries in the world have gone into war,some were able to overcome it others could not. Loss of life as well as property is one of the drastic consequences of war . war affects everbody especially the children. War  destabilizes any economy as all its activities come to a halt.

Education happens to be a major part of any economy, children are forced out of schools or some killed during the war,some flee their countries with their parents and become refugees,some die in the process of fleeing. Children are the leaders of today,tommorow,and the future and being a leader requires great amount of knowledge which cannot be gotten without education.

It is very obvious that these two things war and education do not go together.children leave their homes in search of a brighter future,some are tricked into slavery,some are promised good jobs and a stable education, some fall victim to child trafficking. One thing that is clear is that these children want to get educated,they value education.

War deprives people of their rights as human beings,so let us fight for a better world where there is peace and education for all.


Every nations progress is monitored by its growth and pace of development,it then becomes a problem when there is little or no signal of growth and development. This is the problem faced today in Nigeria.

At this very moment in Nigeria we are forced to question the so called government as there is no evidence that their functions are being adequately carried out. Just when we thought the nation was getting ready to accomodate positive change the opposite seems to be case,adjusting to this has been and is very frustrating as the problem of bad governance still lingers in Nigeria. Citizens are forced to look at a country that once thrived and identified with growth as one of its characteristics now move back to an unstable spot where development can’t even be spotted.

Are things getting worse? Yes. Is this country full of potential moving back ward?yes. The only thing we can do is to point out these problems hoping they can be rapidly attended to and also do our part in our nation as it takes just a person to make a difference.