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NIGERIA –- GOING HIGHER — PROMOTING NIGERIA MADE PRODUCTS & THE SPIRIT OF PATRIOTISM

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THE NEED FOR ATTITUDINAL CHANGES ON THE PART OF NIGERIANS — CONSUME NIGERIA MADE PRODUCTS & PROMOTE THE WELL-BEING OF THE COUNTRY: Who says nothing good can come out of Nigeria?  For those of us who believe stoutly in the Nigeria project, it is going to happen as promised by the Lord that other nations will soon start trooping to Nigeria to enjoy the good things of life.  A few outstanding events obtruded themselves in the past few days that further bolster our hope in the future of this great leading African nation. They are news we should be spreading for all in the world to know the positive sides of the most populous black nation in the world. And coincidentally, the two personalities involved are members of the female gender these days when awareness about the positive potentials of women is being championed by the whole world. TERRIFIC HEADLINES classifies these award winning personalities as MADE IN NIGERIA products, specially made by God in Nigeria to impact the whole world.  Young 28-year-old Ayodeji Osowobi emerged the Commonwealth Young Person of the Year for her initiative titled: ‘’Stand to End Rape’’, the first Nigerian recipient of such prestigious honour. She won the award on Wednesday, March 13, 2019, and she was presented the gong by Patricia Scotland, the Commonwealth secretary-general the Commonwealth Secretariat’s London headquarters. Osowobi defeated 15 other nominees to be picked as the winner. Interestingly, the award has a global relevance — According to The Cable, “The Commonwealth Youth Awards for Excellence in Development Work aim to raise the profile and highlight the contribution young people make to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).” And in the United States where thousands of Nigerian professionals are making waves, Nigeria shone brilliantly as the country is wont to do in the Diaspora when Dehlia Umunna became the first Nigerian to be appointed a Professor in Harvard School of Law. Umuna, 43 years old was appointed Clinical Professor of Law.at the prestigious Harvard Law School. She reportedly started working at Harvard Law School in 2007 and she is also Deputy Director and Clinical Instructor at Harvard Law School Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) If the Western media fails to blow the trumpet loud enough for the whole world to see the positive sides of our dear country like they should, patriotism demands that we do so for the sake of posterity and as part of our…

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