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Texas Governor―an inglorious conservative extremist who banned mask and vaccine mandates tests positive for COVID, and we should not be worried So, the latest victim of karma is Texas Governor Gregg Abbott, who recently led a school of anti-science numbskulls to ban mask and vaccine mandates in the state of Texas. The news is the power-intoxicated Governor tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday, just a day after attending a super-spreader indoor campaign event at the...

The application of leadership must galvanize a culture of transformation, inspire the masses. A leader must be able to speak the language of transformation with an accent pertinent to innovation and the change structure. Therefore, it might not be leadership if the process does not speak this language and also, does not recognize the values of innovation. ____________ Phrases and paragraphs of my book, Maxims of Political Leadership, are riddled with tropes of structural leadership...

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Finally, it took the pandemic to float ashore the system-induced tribulations of a population subjugated by a bigoted justice system By Anthony Obi Ogbo, Ph.D. A professor in a historically black college in Houston looked at the screen during one of his remote classes and noticed something quite unusual. Besides low classroom participation, a student could be seen in a Walmart breakroom, and another was in a car with a baby sleeping comfortably behind them...

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Desperate activists bastardize Biafra’s “May 30, sacredness” into an outrageous blood-spattered rite of remembrance. On December 7, 1941, the Japanese bombarded Pearl Harbor, killing thousands of U.S. servicemen. America, divided by ideological differences concerning warfare, united behind a declaration of war with Japan. That is the power of communal closeness after a tragedy. Thus, the psychology of unity after tragedy remains a natural phenomenon that instills a feeling of closeness following a tragedy. It breaks down walls...

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“Until this country undergoes a total overhaul of its governance system, nothing moves – not in north, south, east, or west,” ― Dr. Anthony Obi Ogbo For three days now or so, Nigeria’s political terrain has been stormy, but there was no natural weather condition. No, there was no rain.  Last Tuesday, state governors from the southern part of the country, met in Asaba and issued a communique in which they demanded the immediate restructuring...

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Sociopolitical activism is not a chorus for the backstreet youth. Nope, it is not a contest for social media “likes” and “shares”, neither is it a tool for an income-earning opportunity. ― Dr. Anthony Obi Ogbo Anybody can be an activist. It just depends on the political environment. Japanese activist Yuri Kochiyama said, “I didn’t wake up and decide to become an activist. But you couldn’t help notice the inequities, the injustices. It was all...

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Igbos forgot that it was Haiti, not Israel that stood by them, took them in, fed them throughout the three years of a failed war to sustain the Biafran nationhood.  ― Dr. Anthony Obi Ogbo I recall in 2010 when the then Anambra State Governor, Peter Obi, led a Nigerian delegation, comprising the Red Cross, the private sector, the entertainment industry representatives to evaluate the level of damage by the 7.2 earthquakes that devastated Haiti....

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