Tag: planning

One Emergency Away from Doom

One Emergency Away from Doom

On Friday, 23 November 2018, a seven-storey building under construction in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital, collapsed. With conflicting figures being bandied about, one sure point is that there were a lot of persons in that building when it collapsed because that day was a payday for workers and suppliers. As at the time of writing this article, ten days later, many persons, dead or alive are still trapped underneath the rubble.  Continue reading “One Emergency Away from Doom”

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​Farmers’ Protection Force

​Farmers’ Protection Force

Despite not being the largest mammals, humans are reputed for having the largest cerebral cortex to brain size ratio, and the least ratio of brain mass to body mass. The slushy mass of fluid and nerves provides humans with our greatest asset—the ability to outthink other living creatures. While some persons use this innate ability to “think out of the box” and creatively push the frontiers of thought, for some persons, even a one-inch-square box is too big a thinking space.  Continue reading “​Farmers’ Protection Force”

The Right Time Is NOW

How often we limit ourselves and miss out on great opportunities because we patiently seek the “right time”? Many have lost business deals because they felt if they just waited a lil’ bit longer, they would have a more favourable investment climate; all in the pursuit of that eye-popping return. Despite all the wait, the perfect conditions never seem to come into being for them.  Continue reading “The Right Time Is NOW”