Showing posts from March, 2011


Trust me, am back! It has been exactly 10 months ago since I last posted a status on Facebook. Within this span of the last 10 months, my general active participation on social platforms such as My Blog, Facebook and Blackberry Messenger also noticed a sharp decrease by over 80%. Am sure you want to ask where I left to and what took me away, am also sure some people would want to ask why 10 months?, with regards to the fact that they might be wondering if there is something peculiar about the number ‘10’. Some in their good sense of humour would ask why I did not just make it 12 months at once. Some would also want to ask, why am I back at this crucial time of the year? Trust me, minds would be wandering, but it is all good. The beauty of this is that, I was away for a purpose and re-assuredly I can tell you, I ACHIEVED IT, all thanks to the almighty God. Now, am back on full cylinders, all wheel drive and ready to take on from a new level. You might still want to ask what took me

The Peoples' Senate host the first ever Youth Presidential Debate in Nigeria

The People’s Senate, a new Nigerian youth organization, has concluded plans to host Nigeria’s first ever youth presidential debate on March 13, 2011 at the Sheraton Hotels and Towers in the Federal Capital city of Abuja.  The Peoples’ Senate is an organization founded in the month of March 2010 with a view to mobilizing the Nigerian youth for mass participation and contribution towards building the nation of their collective dream. The People’s Senate is positioned to be Nigeria’s authentic youth group focused on youth empowerment and keen participation in the socio-political space of the Nigerian nation. Established with a vision “to build a truly politically conscious and informed Nigeria where everyone is a guardian of our democracy, development and national identity”. The objective of The People’s Senate is to, amongst other things; build the largest movement of youths and women ever seen in the world under one umbrella to participate in politics and nation building, position the