Favente deo supero !

Successful people are simply, problem solvers and in order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure. Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it. It is in you,Dean and I if I can be the best graduating student of all time, the best student of the year. I say to you, yes you can. 10464135_786585448039116_2707334909469084008_nTry not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value. Think twice before you speak, because your words and influence will plant the seed of either success or failure in the mind of another and for you to be successful, you must work so hard as if every thing depends on you, and pray so hard as if everything depends on God, The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand. The size of your success is measured by the strength of your desire; the size of your dream; and how you handle disappointment along the way. Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success. Finally thank you for your prayers, it was a dream come true. We made it, we made History.  

THE STOLEN HOPE !

EVERY DAY I WAKE UP FROM SLEEP TEARS SEEMS TO RUN THROUGH MY EYES.AS I REMEMBER THOSE WHO COULD NOT AFFORD A DAILY BREAD,I DO AS MYSELF,IS IT CRIME TO BE POOR? MANY IN THE HOSPITAL CRYING DAY AND NIGHT,CHILDREN IN THE STREET BECAUSE THEIR PARENT CAN NOT AFFORD TO SEND THEM TO SCHOOL,MILLIONS OF PEOPLE ARE HOMELESS,SOME ARE COMMITTING SUICIDE BECAUSE LIFE IS UNBEARABLE FOR THEM,THEIR HOPE IS LOST , SHATTER AND BROKEN.WHEN OTHER PEOPLE CREATED MY THE SAME GOD,IS BUSY RIDING ”SEVEN” TO ”TEN” CARS . CORRUPTION IN THE CLIMAX  EVERY BODY IS AFRAID TO SPEAK,BECAUSE OF THE CORRUPT SYSTEM.NO BODY WANT TO DIED.

I ALWAYS SAY TO MYSELF,IF I CAN GET ALL THIS EUROPEAN EDUCATION,AND BEEN TAUGHT MY ONE OF THE BEST RESPECTED PROFESSORS IN EUROPE,AND IF I DID NOT SUCCEED IN RESTORING THE HOPE OF THE PEOPLE THAT HAS BEEN BROKEN, IF I DID NOT SEND THE CHILDREN ON THE STREET TO SCHOOL,AND IF I DID NOT TAKE CARE OF THE LESS PRIVILEGE ,AND BRING BACK THE HOPE THAT HAS BEEN LOST,AND BROKEN THAT MEANS I HAVE FAIL IN LIFE. I KNOW IT MAY TAKE MORE THAN A YEAR,OR EVEN MORE THAN TEN YEARS TO GET THEIR, I HAVE NEVER BEEN MORE HOPEFUL AS I AM TODAY,BECAUSE THE CHANGE WE NEED HAS COME.WE WILL GET THEIR.AND IF YOU BELIEVED WITH ME,STAND WITH ME,AND STAND PUTTING THE RIGHT ATTITUDE TODAY.WE WILL MAKE THIS WORLD A BETTER PLACE FOR THE BORN AND THE UNBORN GENERATION TO COME. 

THE SMILE OF A PRISONER IN THE FACE OF TIME

 As a youth in my early stage of life,I could remember the day I visited the prisoners,tears keep on running through my eyes as a prisoner narrated his story.With tears I asked him,you have been sentenced to death,why are you happy,why are you smiling? Even when they are going to execute you the next two days.With tears all over my  eyes,I was looking straight into his eyes,his bears was tattered,grown and won-out,His hair  which was cut or scraped with a bottle ,his legs were filled with naked sour smelling open wounds,He was half naked with a pale of blue short,which color had turned to black,inside the pocket of his short is the house of cockroach .His legs were  color with the cob-web ,looking at his body,his ribs were almost falling out of his chest.One could ask  his or herself,when was the last time  the prisoner had at-least half square meal ?His eyes looks terrify and frighten dime and almost fallen into his body.As I keep on looking at him my heart felt,was broken into tears but to my greatest amazement.He smiles the more,I was totally confuse,I asked myself what could be his joy,his happiness in a situation that he was not feeding well,no relatives to visit him,he was rejected by the world, abandon and disowned.Even when the only alternative left was death,and just in two days time .At this time my tears gave way to my attention. I asked him broadly ,what happen to you?Why are you here?and what is your joy?That makes you keep on smiling all over and over again.He told me that it is a long story,but I plead with him because am I want to learn from his experience.

He continue by saying to me,do not cry for me,cry for the  orphans,the widows and the widower cry for them.I  fight for justice for all ,Just like the late Legend Fela kuti, I speak out for my people,But I was warned seriously by the Authorities in-charge of corruption,public embezzlement to keep silence,and see the people suffering,or to keep on speaking out,and face the penalty of death.I chosen not to keep silence,and that is why,I will be sentence in the next two days.I  said Sir you are not going to die.I could remember  the last word he said to me,before the Security man in uniform came to me and said Legend Osuji Innocent ,your time is up.I said to the officer,a minute sir ,the officer paid a deaf ear to my request, and as he was been drag out by the officer ,he said to me” If this new generation will have a change of heart and a change of mind we will get their.If and only if we can see others as ourselves,treat them with fair share,without asking which tripe he or she is coming from,the kind of language he or she speak.We will get their .This is Osuji Innocent,the living Legend reporting for wordpress.com

A PLEDGE AT 52

The pledge of our fore- father’s SIR HERBERT MACAULAY,CHIEF OBAFEMI AWOLOWO,Dr NNAMDI AZIKIWE,SIR AHMADU BELLO,SIR ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BELEWA,GENERAL MURTALA RAMAT MOHAMMED. Which was even congregated in the Nigeria national anthem,which says  I PROMISE TO BE FAITHFUL,ROYAL  AND HONEST,TO SERVER NIGERIA WITH ALL MY STRENGTH ,SO HELP ME GOD was pledge from the mind,and with a greed from the heart.It was not a pledge with muscle.

Today all I can see is a pledge  of the tongue,and a deceived in the heart,we pledge to be faithful,we pledge to be royal and more annoyingly we pledge to be honest ,when we got our independent.But today,the pledge I see is the pledge of a man in the prison,fill with confusion and frustration.

The question now is how do we get ourselves out of the mess we put ourselves,these can only be achieve when we put on a good look ,when we start now to pledge from the heart and not with muscle,when we learn to see others as  ourselves ,in  this way we will get their. Let’s pledge today to live a life of a good Nigerian.In this way the pledge of our fore father’s,the pledge of our late legend Fela kuti will not be in vain .GOD bless Nigeria.These is the living Legend Osuji Innocent reporting for wordpress.com

NIGERIAN’S 52 YEARS INDEPENDENCE TEARS OF JOY TURN TO BLOOD.

To day Nigerian’s mourn their 52 years of independence.In 52 years ago when the independence was got it was all joy,boys and girls running in the street  shouting happy independence day,father and mother ran to the market,shouting we made it,yes we made it ! happy independence day !! both Christians and Muslims ran to church and mosque to bow down to the creator who made it possible ,all dick and harry, shouting in their homes ,across the street,happy independence day ! The Christians was not shouting we are Christians the Muslims was not shouting we are Muslims,all of them were shouting in a loud voice ,saying ”ONE NIGERIA ! HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY WE MADE IT !

But a year letter,the people’s hope was broken.the smiles in the face turns to tears,life was lost,blood shed everywhere.People that shouted one Nigeria start losing their beloved one’s due to hungry,the boys and girls that ran to the street with joy that great education is born shouting happy independence were deceived ,many of their parents can not afford a daily bread talk of sending the kids to school.Everyday the rich become more richer,while the poor begged for bread from street to street.

Today Nigeria is 52 .What are we celebrating? are we celebrating the bad roads,the falling standard of education,the bad electricity,the frustrate homes,the killings and assassination of legend who have had the courage to speak for the country,just like FELA KUTI,are we celebrating the running of  thousands of Nigerian’s who have ran way from home to other countries and have turn to slaves,are we celebrating the life lost by our youth corp ,are we celebrating the blood spiting today by Christians and Muslims whom celebrated together as one body when the independence was found.

 The cry of the less privilege should touch our heart, the cry of the widows and widower should give us a new thinking,the orphans and beggars in the street are just human like us, their cry should give us a meaning. The cry of our founding father’s should touch our heart,should touch our leaders,whom gave everything they have in other to achieve one Nigeria and summaries their effort with a greed said in the national Anthem  ”  I PROMISE TO BE FAITHFUL,ROYAL AND HONEST,TO SERVER NIGERIA WITH ALL MY STRENGTH ‘‘,The death of Fela kuti,who fight for justices for all should touch our heart.

Tears in my eyes ,a nation bless with ”milk” and ”horny” have fail in the face of time.The question is who will save the dying generation?Both Christian’s and Muslims should come together,down on their knees and pray in one voice,for GOD intervention, we Nigeria’s both home and abroad should put on a good behavior ,a behavior which will reflect the life we desire,and at last we can say we are proudly Nigerian’s.GOD bless Nigeria.

THE RIGHT THINKING

In using positive thinking creatively, you must first establish the motivation for doing so. Next, you must make yourself aware of any fears that you have, for your fears can be your undoing. And, it is necessary to select positive imaging thoughts and affirmations to counteract these fears. Then, the positive imaging must be reinforced on a regular basis until the fear no longer has strength.  This is difficult, for quite often when you recognize the positive you also recognize the negative, and it is easier for us to reinforce the negative which has already been set in motion than it is to create a new habit pattern with our emotions. Emotions, then, are the next step. They must be added to the positive programming so that it may manifest as a reality for you.  Some of us have been trained to set goals, and to mentally and visually project through positive thinking and affirmations what you wish to physically manifest. But, you get disappointed when they don't occur. You should always set goals, but you should also be aware that it is often a necessity to change goals along the way, as you gain more insight into the appropriateness of a particular time.  We are the sum of what we have created in the past and what we can create now. We exist in the continuous flow of our creations, and the flow is altered and varies momentarily, from the influences of these creations. To think that we can make instantaneous great leaps is positive thinking, and is theoretically possible, but most of us must grow one step at a time.  Your belief structure now; your attitudes, emotions, goals and hopes now, will help counter your negative creations of the past, and will help you project a more positive future. Since you are at the helm, or the point of your continuous flow of creation, you can direct it wherever you wish.   The momentum you developed in the past, and its vector points, have a residual effect on the speed and acceleration you may utilize in changes now, without going completely off the track or out of the banks of the flow. That is why it is necessary to focus as much as possible now, in order to aim for new horizons in the future.

THINK RIGHT

In using positive thinking creatively, you must first establish the motivation for doing so. Next, you must make yourself aware of any fears that you have, for your fears can be your undoing. And, it is necessary to select positive imaging thoughts and affirmations to counteract these fears. Then, the positive imaging must be reinforced on a regular basis until the fear no longer has strength. This is difficult, for quite often when you recognize the positive you also recognize the negative, and it is easier for us to reinforce the negative which has already been set in motion than it is to create a new habit pattern with our emotions. Emotions, then, are the next step. They must be added to the positive

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I STAND FOR CHANGE. YES WE CAN !

I sat down,all that was running through my head was question with and endless answer.I am a Nigeria,and I was born a Nigerian and am proud to be a Nigerian.But today,the pride of saying your a Nigeria has gone.why? Because of the lives we live. A country set out side by GOD .Gifted in mineral resources,bless with good climate and favorable atmosphere. A country where  the soil is fertile,a country bless my GOD Almighty. but today someone could ask why our personality and dignity not been recognized in the world .This is as a result of the bad imagine we always port-ail.My name is OSUJI INNOCENT and I STAND FOR CHANGE . YES we can .Changes  starts from you doing the right thing,making the world a better place for our grand children and the unborn .Just our forefathers says in our National Anthem '' I PROMISE TO BE FAITHFUL, ROYAL AND HONEST SO HELP ME GOD . YES WE CAN !

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I sat down,all that was running through my head was question with and endless answer.I am a Nigeria,and I was born a Nigerian and am proud to be a Nigerian. Read more of this post

LIFE AS A NIGERIAN

Nigerian society  varies greatly between urban and rural areas, across ethnic and religious borders, and with levels of education. Still, most Nigerians share a strong attachment to family and especially to children, clearly differentiated roles for men and women, a hierarchical social structure, and the dominance of religion in shaping community values.  Nigerian society functions in a highly patriarchal fashion, with men exerting broad control over the lives of women, who are less educated and have limited access to health and social services. Women work far longer hours than men. They perform virtually all housework and child care, as well as (for most women) many hours of income-earning work, especially farming. The exceptions are in some southern states, where women are more active in trade and exert considerable political influence. In northern Muslim communities, especially cities, women are confined to home according to purdah (the seclusion of women from public places). Many women in purdah participate in a hidden trade in craft articles, prepared foodstuffs, and other goods, using children as couriers.  Polygyny is widely practiced among Muslims, among adherents of traditional religions, and among Christians who belong to independent African churches. Among northern Muslims and in many more traditional societies, most girls enter family-arranged marriages near the age of puberty. The daughters of more educated populations, particularly in the south, tend to marry when they are in their late teens or early twenties. Men usually marry at a later age, especially if they come from poorer families that are unable to afford the high cost of weddings and bride-price (payment given to the bride’s family by or on behalf of the future husband).  Social life has traditionally revolved around ceremonies: weddings, infants’ naming ceremonies, and public performances associated with cultural and religious holidays. Young adult males living in cities enjoy going to cinemas, dance clubs, and bars for recreation. Some Muslim women, for example among the Hausa, have their own social institutions revolving around the bori, a cult of spirit possession. Bori ceremonies provide women with a forum for interaction that is relatively free of male control, and offer explanations and remedies that help women cope with problems such as the death of their children.  Clothing in Nigeria symbolizes religious affiliation, wealth, and social standing. Northern Muslim men wear long, loose-fitting garments such as the caftan, together with colorful embroidered hats or (among traditional officials) turbans. Most Yoruba men also wear elaborate gowns and hats, somewhat different in style. Many Nigerians in the south wear casual Western-style dress. Women wear wraparound garments or dresses, typically made from very colorful materials, and beautiful head-ties that may be fashioned into elaborate patterns.  Diets vary regionally and between city and country. Grain-based dishes such as tuwo da miya, a thick sorghum porridge eaten with a spicy, vegetable-based sauce, dominate the northern diet. Dishes made from root crops, such as pounded yam and gari (a granular product made from cassava), are more prevalent in the south. Northerners eat more meat, either in sauces or as kebabs known as tsire. Yogurt and soured milk produced by Fulani pastoralists form an important part of rural northern diets. Modernization and poverty have made cheaper bulk food staples such as cassava, maize (corn), rice, white bread, and pasta increasingly important in both rural and urban areas. Muslims generally do not approve of drinking alcohol, especially northern Muslims, who tend to prefer tea and soft drinks. In the rest of the country, it is common to drink commercially brewed beer or traditional drinks such as beer made from sorghum or millet and palm wine. Kola nuts are used widely as a stimulant, especially in the north.  Nigerians, particularly youth, are avid sports fans and participants, and by far the most loved game is soccer, known as football. At the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, Nigeria’s national team, the Green Eagles, won the gold medal. Several Nigerian footballers have achieved prominence playing professionally in Europe, and all major cities are represented in Nigeria’s highly competitive national football league. Nigerians have also excelled internationally at track and field, particularly in shorter-distance races, and in boxing. Other popular sports are field hockey, basketball, and table tennis.

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

Nigerian society  varies greatly between urban and rural areas, across ethnic and religious borders, and with levels of education. Still, most Nigerians share a strong attachment to family and especially to children, clearly differentiated roles for men and women, a hierarchical social structure, and the dominance of religion in shaping community values.

Nigerian society functions in a highly patriarchal fashion, with men exerting broad control over the lives of women, who are less educated and have limited access to health and social services. Women work far longer hours than men. They perform virtually all housework and child care, as well as (for most women) many hours of income-earning work, Read more of this post

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WHY IS NIGERIAN’S ALL OVER THE GLOBE ! WHY IS  NIGERIA  CALL THE GIANT OF AFRICA .ONE COULD ASK IF THE NIGERIAN CULTURE AND TRADITION AFFECT NIGERIAN’S IN THERE PHILOSOPHICAL THINKING AND REASONING.MY NAME IS OSUJI INNOCENT ,AM A NIGERIAN WITH A DIFFERENCES ,I WAS BORN IN NIGERIA AND BROUGHT UP IN NIGERIA. BUT AS A NIGERIA LIVING IN EUROPE,UKRAINE .THERE ARE MANY QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS . HOW FAR HAVE MY GREAT COUNTRY NIGERIA BEEN ABLE TO DEVELOP AFTER THERE INDEPENDENT SINCE 1960. WHAT IS THE POSSIBILITIES AND PROBABILITIES OF MAKING  NIGERIA  A BETTER PLACE  TO LIVE FOR THE BORN AND UNBORN GENERATION .IT IS TIME TO DISCOVER NIGERIA LIKE NEVER BEFORE .

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WHY IS NIGERIAN’S ALL OVER THE GLOBE ! WHY IS  NIGERIA  CALL THE GIANT OF AFRICA .ONE COULD ASK IF THE NIGERIAN CULTURE AND TRADITION AFFECT NIGERIAN’S IN THERE PHILOSOPHICAL THINKING AND REASONING.MY NAME IS OSUJI INNOCENT ,AM A NIGERIAN WITH A DIFFERENCES ,I WAS BORN IN NIGERIA AND BROUGHT UP IN NIGERIA. BUT AS A NIGERIA LIVING IN EUROPE,UKRAINE .THERE ARE MANY QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS . HOW FAR HAVE MY GREAT COUNTRY NIGERIA BEEN ABLE TO DEVELOP AFTER THERE INDEPENDENT SINCE 1960. WHAT IS THE POSSIBILITIES AND PROBABILITIES OF MAKING  NIGERIA  A BETTER PLACE  TO LIVE FOR THE BORN AND UNBORN GENERATION .IT IS TIME TO DISCOVER NIGERIA LIKE NEVER BEFORE .

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