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Kelechi is a Nigerian with an unquenchable dream of a Better Nigeria.  He believes Nigeria can transcend the level of ethnic and religious bigotry.

For him, a better Nigeria is where meritocracy rules. He desires that someday, every Nigerian will stand tall  to fly the Green and White flag  for the world to see. 

He is passionate, patriotic and pragmatic. 

He was the Editor-in-Chief of Unilag Sun, a renowned campus newspaper of University of Lagos. Also, he was the Editor-in-Chief of Masscope, a campus magazine.

 Currently he is the Managing Editor of Mass Communication, University of Lagos departmental website www.unilagmasscomm.com 

He is a graduate of Mass Communication, University of Lagos.

A true Communicator for Christ! Journalist of Conscience! Change Agent and Solution Provider!


Sunday, 25 December 2011

Bomb blast- HAS IT COME TO STAY

Hearing the death of innocent souls on a day like this makes my heart bleed. Christmas day, a day set aside to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. The christians at this point are not smiling at this developments.
This issue of bombings here and there has been treated by the government with kids gloves. In place of serious action A DIALOGUE process is been employed.
This is a clarion call to those in Aso Rock to put on their thinking caps, expedite action and avenge for the innocent blood shed on this day the 25th of December.

Sunday, 18 December 2011

AGE CHEATS- a blessing/ curse

All fascets of life surely have shortcuts getting to the top. This write up would take a critical look at the the footballing sector of Nigeria.

Nigeria's football have taken a dwindling lurch into the doldrum

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

disappointments

In every disapointments
there is always a blessing in disguise
for every fellow who perseveres
during this trying moment.


Disappointments brings our
dexterity and skill in patience
patience is the keyword.

Monday, 5 December 2011

LIFE

life filled with its ups and downs
lessons learnt through trying moments
gives us the impetus to be stronger
projects hope for the future
makes our hearts bigger
for a better tomorrow

education

the best legacy
necessary but not compulsory,
beneficial when gotten,
a must for every aspiration
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