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Dority International Secondary School
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Agriculture, Conservation, Energy, Environment, Governance, Innovation, Peace, Poverty, Religion, Science, Youth
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I am a student of Dority International Secondary School,Aba,Nigeria. I am in my final secondary school year. I have a passion for development and helping others. I do hope that the Global Ethics Network will help me develop my passion

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NAME: IKWUEGBU IKECHUKWU

NAME OF SCHOOL: DORITY INTERNATIONAL SECONDARY SCHOOL,ABA

CATEGORY: HIGH SCHOOL

 

 

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Nationalism is like a jar of colourful insects roaming from top to bottom, biting and kicking in an attempt to get out. You may shake them, pour a litre of water in yet they float and fight their way to freedom. Insects show a lot of courage and relentlessness in achieving…

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