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My Month of Solutions

By Pastor Amos Dada amos.dada@gmail.com   Welcome to the month of November our month of Solutions. Our God of abundant love and solutions will in the splendour of His Majesty couple with his sovereignty touch all  areas of your life that has defiled solutions since January this year or years past. God will give you heavenly and permanent solutions to ...

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5 ways your car is becoming a smartphone on wheels

(NC) Cars are no longer just a solution to take us from point A to point B. In today’s world, where we are more connected to our homes, families, work and friends, our vehicles are also keeping up with advancing technologies. The modern car can help connect and direct us to, literally, steer down the rig ht path. There are ...

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What the future of driving could look like

(NC) Technology has brought change to almost every industry, including transportation. While the idea of a self-driving car may have seemed impossible years ago, most experts think we’re close to the day when this type of “driving” will be widespread. The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) outlines some of the benefits and drawbacks that the progression to the connected vehicle will ...

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Don’t waste your money on auto-maintenance myths

(NC) Recommendations from auto manufacturers generally offer safe and sound advice. However, some recommendations are not essential. Here is some guidance, based on three of the most common owner enquiries: Will my car perform better with premium fuel? Most vehicles are designed for regular grade 87-octane fuel and while a higher octane number will help to guard against pre-ignition problems ...

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3 essential tips for winter car care

(NC) Do you feel a little less confident working under the hood of a newer vehicle these days? With all of the technology involved, modern engine complexity may be the primary reason for a decline in do-it-yourself automobile care. “It’s true that the big maintenance jobs might be best left to skilled mechanics, and yet, a few of the DIY ...

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Conduct quick maintenance checks for safe winter driving

(NC) An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and this is especially true when it comes to the major investment we make in our vehicles. “Winter is harsh on automobiles with deepfreeze temperatures, slippery conditions, plus stop-and-go gear changing,” says Colin Dilley at Prestone, a leading name in engine protection products. Here, Dilley gives us a few ...

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3 essential tips for winter car care

(NC) Do you feel a little less confident working under the hood of a newer vehicle these days? With all of the technology involved, modern engine complexity may be the primary reason for a decline in do-it-yourself automobile care. “It’s true that the big maintenance jobs might be best left to skilled mechanics, and yet, a few of the DIY ...

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Nigeria: Redeem The Time

Nigeria: Redeem The Time. amos.dada@gmail.com By Pastor Amos Dada PhD : P. Eng   I want to thank God and join Nigerians at home and in the diaspora for the grace  we have to celebrate our birthday as the giant of Africa, preferably referred to as our Independence Day.   Past few years have been tough for us particularly in the area ...

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My Appeal To Nigerians at Home and Abroad

My Appeal To Nigerians at Home and Abroad By Pastor Amos Dada PhD,P.Eng Chem. Eng I want to appeal to the Federal Government  to do all they can to develop Nigeria and help the poor Nigerians to breath. I want to appeal to the militants to stop vandalizing the pipelines. You are hurting yourself and all Nigerians living and unborn. ...

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My Month of Uncommon Favour

My Month of Uncommon Favour By Pastor Amos Dada PhD; P. Eng, Chem Eng For His anger is but for a moment, His favor is for a life time;Weeping may last for the night, But a shout of joy comes in the morning. Psalm 30:5 I welcome you in the name of the Lord to your month (July)  of uncommon favour. I pray that your years ...

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My Month of Solutions

My Month of Solutions By Pastor Amos Dada amos.dada@gmail.com   Welcome to the month of November our month of Solutions. Our God of abundant love and solutions will in the splendour of His Majesty couple with his sovereignty touch all  areas of your life that has defiled solutions since January this year or years past. God will give you heavenly ...

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[FROM THE DOCTOR’S DESK] THE EMERGING JEWS OF NIGERIA

By  Dr. Ignatius Odianosen Okosun (PhD). THE EMERGING JEWS OF NIGERIA Africa, for all its beauty and rich history, has always been a complex and often harsh continent. It has been generally agreed that ethnic conflicts is one of the greatest obstacle to meaningful development in Africa due to the general negative outcome. Nigeria with over 300 ethnic groups, the ...

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[FROM THE DOCTOR’S DESK] STEMMING VIOLENT EXTREMISM AND RADICALIZATION BY ARAB STATES

FROM THE DOCTOR’S DESK By Dr. Ignatius Odianosen Okosun (PhD).   STEMMING VIOLENT EXTREMISM AND RADICALIZATION BY ARAB STATES Humans are groomed and nurtured in a society which serves as an agent of socialization; various childhood and adolescent experiences with friends, to the cautioning and warnings of adults and elders, to our parent’s naggings and corrections. All these help to ...

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[FROM THE DOCTOR’S DESK] THE NEW MINISTERIAL TEAM AND THE CHANGE MANTRA

By Dr. Ignatius Odianosen Okosun (PhD). THE NEW MINISTERIAL TEAM AND THE CHANGE MANTRA Criticism is a disinterested endeavour to learn and propagate the best known thought in the world”. Mathew Arnold (1822-1888) Essays in Criticism. Encapsulated in rhapsodic ebullience hallmarked by serendipity were Christopher Columbus on discovery of the Western Hemisphere, Luigi and Lucia Galvani on the theory of  ...

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[FROM THE DOCTOR’S DESK] SUSTIANINING THE NELSON MANDELA HYPOTHESIS

By  Dr. Ignatius Odianosen Okosun (PhD).   SUSTIANINING THE NELSON MANDELA HYPOTHESIS Afri was a Latin name used to refer to the inhabitants of Africa, which in its widest sense referred to all lands south of the Mediterranean (Ancient Libya).This name seems to have originally referred to a native Libyan tribe. The name is usually connected with Hebrew or Phoenician ...

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[FROM THE DOCTOR’S DESK] CORRUPTION WAR: MASSES VERSUS THE ELITES

By Dr. Ignatius Odianosen Okosun (PhD). CORRUPTION WAR: MASSES VERSUS THE ELITES The old wise saying “a journey of a thousand miles begins with a step” has overtimes been enacted and re-enacted. Yet many do not make this simple but crucial quote part of their everyday lifestyle. Life itself is a journey, with everyone living each second of their lives ...

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[FROM THE DOCTOR’S DESK] ACCOUNTABILITY: GOVERNMENT VERSUS THE PEOPLE

ACCOUNTABILITY: GOVERNMENT VERSUS THE PEOPLE By  Dr. Ignatius Odianosen Okosun (PhD).   The chief architect of America independence declaration, Thomas Jefferson in 17870 advocated that the drafters of the constitution to clearly identify the rights of the people and government accountability.  Jefferson believed past governments had been harsh and restrictive to the populace, governed questionable areas with no just power ...

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Years!

Christmas Background with Bow2

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