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I am a very sensitive person, with high level of integrity and success driven, who gets along with people and believe in teamwork. I have been opportune to head several organizations/associations during my school days and service year, which has brought out the best in me. I believe in God and my philosophy has remained the same from child hood which is “find what you love and hold on to it like your life depends on it”. My major aim and objective is to put to practice skills acquired from home, school, organizations/associations, and life generally to help your company achieve their goal. I look forward to opportunities that will expose me to exploring my talents and rendering services to human

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The Essence of living in a Democracy World: Nigeria as a Case Study

Posted on September 29, 2018 at 1:30pm 0 Comments


Full Name: Ezeifekwuaba. Tochukwu. Benedict

University: South America University

Degree: Oil and Gas Management (Msc)

Date: 29th September, 2018

Essay Title: The Essence of living in a Democracy World: Nigeria as a Case Study

Living in a democracy is so important so as to ensure that government follows the will of the masses and not the one that compel the citizens to follow it.

In November 1863, the former President of the United…


Negative Implications of Climate Change on the Globe and Various Recommendations

Posted on December 4, 2017 at 3:30pm 1 Comment

The Global Climate Change created by present and past human activities poses a major ethical threat to ecosystem integrity, biodiversity, life and to the human welfare. Climate change is caused as a result of Global Warming which is increasing a typical temperature degree and it entails a lot such as; a durable period of changes in high tide levels, ocean acidity, ocean salinity, extreme weather events, wind patterns, heavy precipitation, droughts, magnitude of tropical cyclones and heavy…


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