Miguel Eluchie
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High School Student
Command Secondary School, Kaunda
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Development, Innovation, Technology
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My name is Miguel Eluchie. A student of Command Secondary School, Kaunda, Kaunda State, Nigeria. i am an aspiring and future techsavy scientist. i find joy in creating ideas that will impact positively on friends, individuals and families. i want to see myself as a renowned technology driven innovator in the near future. this i wish to accomplish by being generally creative and innovative. Being a part of Global Ethics Network, i hope to identify with other professionals that share the same vision like mine and tap from their wealth of knowledge and expertise.

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Battling with bad goverance

Posted on November 29, 2018 at 2:20pm 0 Comments

Miguel Chioma Eluchie Command Secondary School, Kaduna, Nigeria High School JSS 2 Once there is life, there is hope. Then poverty will be a thing of the past. If only there is life. This thought is what always goes through my mind each time I suffer from hunger and struggling to survive as a result of harsh economic situation in my country. As I watch documentaries on television, I see the desperation by many youth’s particularly African youths risking their life in a bid to cross to Europe…


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