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World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS): Hope for Nigeria?

In the ongoing summit in Tunis, world leaders gathered in to discuss the future of the Internet and ICT. What do you think Nigeria stand to gain from the ongoing delibration.

You can read about the summit here and here.

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Is Nigeria a Nation indeed?

Considering the situation of the country, I have been thinking, meditating and interviewing the people that constitute the Nation Nigeria to find out if Nigeria is indeed a Nation. I could not fix where our Leader got it wrong, keeping Nigeria as Nation. I have seen people of different ideas, cultures, Languages and a Nation where some are majority and others are minority. Are we not all just staying together and not Living together?

Must you belong to a GROUP where you worked for everything and no dividends of being part of such a GROUP. So to what justification, please somebody to help me out here and give a genuine reson why our leader keep Nigeria as a Nation.

Are we really a Nation?

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Would You Advise Working Abroad?

I was chatting with someone this night and he asked me if I intended to return to Nigeria after my studies. 'Definitely,' I replied without even thinking. Now that's very different from what most people think. Running away from Nigeria after getting your degree abroad doesn't say well of you -- that's plain cowardice or shall I say greed? The aim of learning [to me] is to contribute to the good of Nigeria.

When our well-trained personnel go on a mass exodus to other countries, we lose a lot of brainpower. Funnily it's still these people who complain about mediocre standards.

Let's face it sha -- Nigeria can be frustrating. Our leaders seem to deliberately set out to kill talent. It requires determination but I'm not suggesting it's going to be easy. Together, we can build a better Nigeria.

Let me know what you guys/girls think about this issue.

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