Donald Trump Set To Deport or Jail Three Million Illegal Migrants.

d-trump-speech_001Donald TrumpThe United States of America president-elect, Mr. Donald J. Trump is leaving no stone unturned in making good his campaign promise. The United States business mogul during his presidential election campaign for the U.S White House race has consistently frowned at the rate of illegal migrants into the United States, and vowed to deport them if he becomes the president. His statement attracted a very wide range of condemnation across the world. Some called him a racist, others said he is xenophobic, and he lacks the temperament to lead a country as the United States of America. However, this did not deter the americans, particularly majority of the white american voters who believe his idealogy and bought into his philosophy from voting for him, and he eventually emerged the winner of the election with those campaign promises. Although, Donald Trump won the keenly contested election with the electoral college votes on the platform of the republican party, also known as the “conservatives” in the United States, against his strongest rival, Mrs. Hilary Clinton, who contested on the platform of the democratic party, which are also known as the “liberals” in the U.S election. Hence, Mr. Trump received a lot of bashing and so many knocks from both the liberals and their ardent supporters all over the world for being undemocratic with his comments but he shocked the whole world by still emerging the winner with that campaign promise a lot of people considered as racist comment. One may rightly say, may be Mr. Trump spoke the mind of majority of americans by telling them what they want to hear, hence his emergence as the 45th president-elect of America. Now, for those who thinks Mr. Donald Trump may renege on his campaign promises or tone down his comments on deporting illegal migrants, having won the election should better start getting ready to leave the United States of America because the president-elect is not going back on his words, and he’s leaving no stone unturned to make real his threats. The U.S business mogul and president-elect had on monday, November 14, 2016 repeated it that he will deport or jail three million illegal migrants when he’s sworn-in on 20th January, 2017. Of this 3million illegal migrants, africans are more, and particularly nigerians, which he specifically mentioned. I believe it is time for african leaders to brace up and offer good governance to its citizenry. Love Donald Trump or loathe him, we all can attest to the fact that Africa is backward in terms of development, and who underdeveloped it, its the leaders, because of their laziness and greed. When the leaders steal money, they run to America and other countries to bank or invest it, consequently improving the economy of those countries and leaving theirs impoverished. Hence, this makes the citizens become so desperate in search of some greener pastures in other countries either by hook or by crook. I sincerely believe that they should all come back and work to develop their own country, so that Africa, and particularly Nigeria will be as developed as those other countries they run to. What do you think?

Where Is Justice For Trayvon Martins?

zimmerman2A Stanford court in Florida, United States of America has brazingly discharged guilty Mr. George Zimmerman. Zimmerman is an american man who is famous for fatally shooting a young black american boy, known as Trayvon Martins on February 26, 2012 in Stanford Florida, United States. Inspite of all appeals from parents of the young boy and other black americans for justice, the Stanford court went ahead to set free Mr. Zimmerman. What does this act portends for the judiciary? Can the world still get justice from our courts? #NoJusticeNoPeace.


This question often springs up in my mind, and I’ve been pondering over it for a very long time now. The relationship between being a billionaire and being a college or university graduate. What link has becoming a billionaire with a college or university degree? Is there really a link, relationship or connection between them? When i took a critical introspective study of many of our contemporary world billionaires, i discovered that most of them dropped-out of school or never completed their college or university education. For instance, Bill Gate, the American billionaire and founder of Microsoft, Mark Zukerberg was only a sophomore student when he founded Facebook, which has now become the cream of the crop, Carlos Slim, the Mexican billionaire, Warren Buffet, Aliko Dangote, the richest black man in Africa by Forbes, and so many others which i can’t vividly remember now, but hope you’d help add to the list, and where i’m wrong, i stand to be corrected as no one has the monopoly of knowledge. Now i ask, do you really need a college or university degree in order to become a billionaire? Should you become a drop-out to become a billionaire? Or are you just wasting your time trying to get a degree? Instead of going out there and start making the billions. These are down-to -earth questions you should start asking yourself. Because those who asks “why” and are ready to bring up solutions are always on top. I’ve taken a very long and elaborate critical study of this, and came up with the conclusion that becoming a billionaire has got nothing to do with a college or university degree. Infact there’s absolutely no link or connection between both. However, i’m not trying to discourage getting a degree from a college or university education, it is absolutely commendable if you can do that. All i’m saying is that, it has got nothing to do with becoming a billionaire, and it isn’t a panacea to becoming a billionaire. Becoming a billionaires is purely “entrepreneurship” and it is according to your mindset. The whole truth about becoming a billionaire depends on your “passion” and “determination” to become an entrepreneur. Without the ultimate passion and determination to become an entrepreneur and add value to life, you can’t become a billionaire. When i look the world billionaires, i see their passion, determination and doggedness in entrepreneurship and the desire to add value to life. They never allowed college or university failure to deter them from their dreams and passion of making real impacts in the world. The ability to become a billionaire is in everyone, but only few people know this. A lot of people allows circumstances, challenges, failures, backgrounds, unfavorable situations to rob them of this potential, and consequently kill their passion of making positive impacts in the world. Becoming a billionaire depends entirely on your mindset and passion of adding value to life, its nothing more than that. It is a resolve you must make yourself, no college or university will teach you how to become billionaire, but the ability resides in you, and you’re potentially capable of doing it. If only you can be passionate about adding value to life, and develop a strong determination of becoming an entrepreneur. You don’t need to be a drop-out or graduate to become a billionaire, it is about building your passion, zeal and determination to become an entrepreneur in order to create real impact in people lives. Entrepreneurs rule the world, as long as the economy is concerned, they’re leaders, they make positive impacts in peoples lives through creating jobs, they add value to the life, they assist the government to grow the economy and determines their cash flows. Their paramount aim is to generate more income in order to affect more lives positively. The world needs more entrepreneurs to solve the current global economic challenges confronting it. You don’t need all the degrees to become an entrepreneur, and subsequently a billionaire. All you need is the passion and strong determination to touch lives through entrepreneurship. Never think you’re incapacitated, or you can’t do it, because you’ve got the ability, and all it takes to make it happen. Its definitely a matter of time, but you’ve got to start small. Remember, “You don’t have to be great to start but you have to start to be great.” ~ Zig Ziglar.