The Voice Newsmagazine
Albert Einstein has this to say centuries ago that"We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking, if mankind is to survive... No problem can be solved from the same consciousness that created it". A better Nigeria requires a better thinking for most significant breakthroughs from old ways of thinking. The four basic needs and motivations of all people are to live, to love, to learn and to leave a legacy. If anyone of these four parts of human nature is neglected, you turn that person into a thing, and chronic and acute problems arise.What do you do with things and what do you expect from things? What has befallen my fatherland? Historically, Nigeria was very fortunate to have had an enterprising,
By Eubaldus Enahoro
The heart of man is desperately wicked, who can know it. If you want to know where wickedness resides visit a politician whose stock in trade is to get to power by any means including going to the extent of terminating the life of their opponents.
While they are canvassing for patronage from the people who should be the leader, but unfortunately in Nigeria it is the other way round, they go begging on their knees making promises they never fulfill.
By Eubaldus Enahoro
DRC Prime Minister, Mr. Augustin Matata Ponyo visit to the Netherlands, addresses Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte
The speech of the Prime Minister of Democratic Republic of Congo, His Excellency, Mr. Augustin Matata Ponyo on his official visit to the Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte on 29th October 2014.
On behalf of His Excellency, Mister Joseph Kabila Kabange, President of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Head of State, please allow me to express my gratitude for extending your invitation to the Democratic Republic of Congo, through my humble person, to undertake an official trip to the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Poverty, lack of education and poor health facilities, are the prime factors which make the control of any outbreak of epidemic in Africa a big challenge. Africa is likely to suffer a disease anytime, before World Health Organization finds a solution to prevent or control the epidemic, because poverty alleviation is only a dream of illusion than reality.
The criminal courts are to be given the power to impose stiffer sentences on defendants tried for multiple offences in a single case. The aim is to tighten the rules on concurrence of offences and tackle career criminals more effectively. Minister of Security and Justice Ivo Opstelten proposed a bill to this effect, which has been approved by the cabinet. The basis for the bill can be found in the coalition agreement.