Tag: Joe Onwukeme

Opinion: Religion, A Tool Of Our Partisan Politics

Nigeria’s constitution both past and present proclaims the secularity of the Nigerian state. According to Wikipedia, a Secular state is a concept of secularism, whereby a state or country purports to be officially neutral in matters of religion, supporting neither religion nor irreligion”. A secular state also claims to treat[Read More…]

Joe Onwukeme: Challenges Facing Nigerian Unemployed Youths

This article became necessary as a follow up to my Diary Of An Unemployed Graduate (DOAUG). After the article was published, a concerned unemployed youth sent me an e mail. “Joe, I read your DOAUG; it gives me joy that you understand the pains of unemployed graduates. But if I[Read More…]

Joe Onwukeme: Why Is The Nigerian Youth Vulnerable During Elections

As 2015 general election draw close, we have seen an influx of different campaign groups all over the country, top on the list is Transformation Ambassadors of Nigeria, an ally of the ruling party, People’s Democratic Party (PDP) with one mission, re elect Good Luck Jonathan as president of Nigeria[Read More…]

Joe Onwukeme: DOAUG: Diary Of An Unemployed Graduate

Every under graduate’s dream is to excel in his academics, graduate from higher institution and start a career. The need to write this Dairy Of An Unemployed Graduate (DOAUG) was necessitated because of the high level of unemployed graduates and the disparity it has created between the middle class and the[Read More…]