Gay education

I read a story told by a gay Nigerian online, there have been a lot of them lately after the anti-gay law was passed in Nigeria, and  I concluded that the LGBTI sector was portrayed in bad light. The young man related the journey that led him to his unique sexual preference. He said he […]

Parts of a url

This post was copied verbatim from: Matt Cutts’ website/blog. It was originally written in 2007, but remains as valid as ever. Question: Why copy? / Answer: Why re-invent the wheel? Question: Am I in violation of copyright?/ Answer: Possibly. As there are no copyright or copyleft notice, I assume it is safe until I get […]

Career & Life Retreat for Professionals (CLRP)

Theme: The Workplace 2011, the trends, the threat and the timing! Every New Year comes with its unique characteristics and vista of peculiarities particularly as we stand on the edge of another decade in 2011. As competitive companies strategize, winning organizations plan and industry players retreat, so also must smart individuals think about what the […]

e-Consultation on Migration: Participate now!!!

Greetings wonderful people! Your participation in the first two weeks of the Youth Consultation on Migration and Development is greatly appreciated! This is the third and final week of the consultation, and will focus on policy coordination and climate change. The effects of migration on development are complex and depend on many different factors, from […]

The King of the Jungle, at home

Yesterday, I visited the Lion’s Park in the outskirts of Johannesburg. Approximately 30 minutes drive (most of it on a road called Malinbongwe Drive). The experience was both eye popping and exhilarating. It was closest I have seen and been with wild beasts in their natural habitat – and except I decide a PhD in […]

Restoring Nigeria

In case you do not know, there is a gathering storm in Nigeria and young people are at the centre of the crusade for a better Nigeria. A simple Google search will reveal a myriad of sources of information on the many things young people are doing to save their fatherland (motherland if you choose) […]

Message from: Mr. Ban Ki-moon, Secretary General of United Nations (UN)

The theme of this year’s International Youth Day -Sustainability: Our Challenge. Our Future- is a global call to action for young men and women. Our world faces multiple interconnected crises with severe and far-reaching impacts that fall disproportionately on the young. In 2007, for example, youth comprised 25 per cent of the world’s working age […]