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Dr mahfouz’s zeal for academic excellence is obviously boundless. He provides here a comprehensive and factual discourse integrating God and hardwork as a roadway to success. This is scholarly and academically robust. Thanks for this beautiful nugget sir.
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Live right, do right
Amin nd you too. Thank you sir
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Noted. Thanks for sharing
Secure culture, insure future
It is an incontrovertible truism that the threats to cultural security among us are nearly innumerable. The level at which the incubus consumes our morality is dismally dispiriting.
Like the bee, we need to learn to identity the threats and sting to protect our homestead.
Wow! I’m glad I consumed this piece in its verbal form. Interestingly, I now have it in its orthographical form. May Almighty Allah continue to bless our very own Dr. Mahfouz Adedimeji. Like Muhammed Ali was the people’s Champion, you are ‘ The People’s Don’.
Perhaps, only fools fail to learn from lesson. Euripides noted: ‘Talk sense to a fool and he calls you foolish.’
Wars are no picnics. It is a game of death—you shoot me, I shoot you. The person who wins is the first to shoot accurately.
Besides, anyone who staunchly believes any religious or socio-cultural organization is genuinely after their interest must be a case study in delusion.
Notably, all these organizations are merely out for their own financial, economic and political interests. If people could use their utterances to set this country on fire, those who love it should make it a duty to always counter speak to quench it. And they must know that to put out fire is more difficult than starting it. We have a duty to speak life into every area others speak death.
As noted above(Remember Rwanda), I’d like to second it by saying ( #See_Somalia).
May Almighty Allah reward you bountifully for this timely ‘gbere ipako’. Many thanks sir.