I am an accomplished Human Resources Manager, Political Scientist, Administrator, Change Agent, Project Manager, Community Service Leader, Advocate, Public Speaker, Husband and Father. My political philosophy has been moulded over the years and is best defined as pragmatic and just. I believe that the strong and informed must stand up for the weak and most vulnerable in our society.
My thoughts and Speeches
Stand up for the poor and vulnerable by genuinely seeking greater opportunities and better lives for them, through the promotion of laws and policies that uphold human dignity,guarantee and protect the rights and responsibilities of all citizens, establish healthy communities, achieve equity in wealth and power distribution among the people, build a society free from discrimination, provide decent schools and up to date educational system, decent living, health facilities, etc. for all
On critical sectors of our national life
News and Updates
We had worked together as a team and were successful in the demonstration of our determination to serve our people. It indeed, was a commitment made possible by hardwork; and I wish to recognize the efforts of everyone whose enduring partnership and unwavering support made me contribute my own little quota to the building and strengthening of democracy in Nigeria.Read More
Now, what is political and social justice? Both concepts have proven to be very thorny concepts, not only within the context of the Nigerian political and social landscape but also throughout the historical evolution of political philosophy and social thought.Read More
While indeed most business managers are genuinely concerned about the health and safety of their employees on and off work, there are still quite a number who unfortunately, continue to view health and safety as a huge cost burden and waste of time, especially within a recessionary economy like what we are currently facing in the country.Read More
At the time, it was not considered fashionable or a matter of routine for Africans to hop into the plane and come out to America to give birth. My parents had come here in search of the Golden Fleece, believing that the acquisition of American education was the stepping stone to greatness.Read More
I would like to start my speech by commending the prime movers of this initiative to convene the sons and daughters of Ibesikpo-Asutan to come discuss the state of insecurity in our community. When Rev. Ofonime Dan called me up to inform me of this initiative, I was quite excited that some members of our community were genuinely concerned about doing something to curb the rising spate of crime.Read More
My keynote address would focus largely on the echoes of war from the perspective of the feminine gender. Why women, some may ask? After all, it would not be out of place to assume neutrality when confronted with the subject of gender, especially since both men and women, boys and girls, all experience similar challenges during and after conflict.Read More
Developing Skills for Improved Social And Economic Conditions of Families and Global Communities: Home Economics Future Direction.
The theme chosen for this Conference is quite topical and contemporary. To set the tone for my Key Note address, it is important to lay the building blocks with a full understanding of the conference theme. There are a number of operative words which provides the appropriate framework within which the various discussions at this conference should take place.Read More