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Teaching and Freelance Writing (in view)
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Agriculture, Aid, Business, Communication, Conservation, Culture, Democracy, Development, Diplomacy, Economy, Education, Environment, Ethics, Finance, Food, Gender, Globalization, Governance, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Migration, Peace, Poverty, Religion, Sustainability, Trade, Transportation, Youth
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Hi,
Welcome to my profile.
I'm Chidinma Ahika but almost everyone calls me by my surname, Ahika. And I am cool with it. I am a potential educationist and would soon become a professional, once I am done with my undergraduate studies of English and Literature and Education in the University of Benin, Nigeria.

Like all humanitarians, I detest acts of oppression, discrimination, maladministration and believe in the unity of the human race. I believe peace and dialogue is always better than the bitter terrain of violence and war. And one way to assuage the development of mankind in attaining a near utopian height is when we all improve on ourselves and task ourselves to love others genuinely because love conquers all.

By the way, before I run off, it might interest you to know that I have passion for teaching as a profession. I am also a writer; of all genres of literature. My works have thematic preoccupations on anything that is related to life: pain, guilt, nostalgia, poverty, admiration, love. Anything!

I am an avid reader and......

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PERSPECTIVE:The Truth that Unveils Humanity

Posted on December 31, 2017 at 3:37am 0 Comments

#essaycontest2017

Essay Topic: In your opinion, what is the greatest ethical challenge facing the world today?

Name: Chidinma Ahika

Student: Undergraduate

School: University of Benin, Nigeria

"And those who were seen dancing were thought to be crazy by those who could not hear the music."

- Friedrich Nietzsche



When the question of what constitutes the fundamental sociological challenges that bedevil the stability and blissful existence of humans in his… Continue

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