May 6, 2021
  • May 6, 2021

It’s time to roll back statistics on hunger in Nigeria

by on September 8, 2020 0

By Elvis Eromosele “Hunger produces malnutrition, stunted growth, wasting, babies born prematurely, low birth weights, and in severe cases, infant and child mortalities. And this is only on the physical side.” The world is run by numbers. With numbers, we measure, rank and position. In many parts of the world, numbers decide elections, determine...

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CHURCH BUSINESS: In crisis lies opportunity

by on August 30, 2020 0

By Oludare Mayowa “Until you stop looking for excuses, you will never attain anything good in life. Rather than looking for excuses, find out how it can be done, look for the tiny possibility that exists in the time of depression and go for it.” One of many Chinese proverbs I love says; “If...

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Covid-19: Five outcomes of the work culture shift

by on August 26, 2020 0

By Elvis Eromosele “Remote work means employees can finally strive to get that balance – work-life-balance. With the elimination of commute time, this is finally looking a real possibility.” Anxiety over the future of work had hunted humans for eons. Conversations around working from home, creating work-life balance, and using technology to promote remote...

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CHURCH BUSINESS: Managing work, family and the ministry

by on August 17, 2020 0

bY Oludare Mayowa Per Susan M. Heathfield, Human Resource Expert, Writer and Management Consultant says; “Work-life balance is a concept that supports the efforts of employees to split their time and energy between work and the other important aspects of their lives. Work-life balance is a daily effort to make time for family, friends,...

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