#USelection2016 Nothing is more terrifying than an unpredictable election. That is why the world is so concerned with election in the US. We know a lot of people couldn’t care less. Americans may appear unconcerned that it does not matter who wins. As a friend said: “I can’t see any difference between the two candidates.” […]
Priority is vitally important. Set your objective and all obstacles give way. Seek thee the kingdom of God, all other things will be added unto you. Yet many don’t get it right. Always focus on the bigger picture. Focus on your vision, because first thing first. The tragedy of life is not that one dies […]
“Who am I” the single most important question in the world. Until you ask yourself this important question you cannot effectively impact on your generation. Who are you? As a child we start our life with great exuberance and enthusiasm expecting and demanding a lot from life. The reason being that we are chosen children […]
It is said: “Where there is no vision, the people perish.” Proverb 29:18. Life is about vision.Just as projectiles follow instructions from command centre, so do we follow the voice of God the giver of vision. Vision is never for private advancement. According to Dr Myles Munroe:”Vision is defined by ability to improve other’s lives.” […]
WE CANNOT SHAPE THE FORCES OF CHANGE IN THE WORLD IF WE CAN’T TAKE RESPONSIBILITY
Someone once asked me: Emeka Anyanwu, what do I love to tell people who seek my advice? First, I always tell them, ‘’For you to be relevant to our time, you must be creative.’’ Talent is one of most important endowments. I learnt that from my days at Federal University of Technology Owerri. And ever […]
That’s what they do. Emeka Anyanwu speaks on Xenophobia in SA for C. Hub magazine.
‘That’s what they do,’ said a woman to me indifferently as I cast eyes on her dog. She was apparently waiting for her dog on lead to poo on the pavement. When the dog was done, she left the fouling without any scruples. Then I said under my breathe, “l wish dog walkers could show […]
The future of Nigeria rests with its people – Emeka Anyanwu on The voice Newspaper.
Now that those elections have been postponed until March, author Emeka Anyanwu argues that a successful outcome rests with the country’s citizens. ………………………………………. OPPORTUNITIES COME and go, but this one cannot elude Nigerians. This 2015 election year will go down in history as one of the nation’s greatest moments. It is time to usher in […]