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May 23, 2018

Emerging Leaders Conference ends in Owerri

The Centre For Social Awareness, Advocacy and Ethics Incorporated (CSAAEINC) has ended its 2nd International Emerging Leaders Foundation Conference, Opportunity Fair and Maiden Book Launch at Owerri, capital of Imo State, South East Nigeria. The Foundation Conference began on Thursday, December 4, 2014 and ended with the unveiling of the Centre’s maiden book titled “Career Path: Capacities, Competencies and Character” at Star Arrival Hotels, Owerri on Friday, December 5, 2015. On Saturday, December 6, 2014, the Centre held an Opportunity Fair and Raffle Draw at the Federal University Of Technology, Owerri. In his speech, the Founder and President of the…

THE TEN ‘I’s THAT BREAK THE HOME (5)

As October 1 draws near

REMEDIES TO INFIDELITY Avoid other bad habits: The worst way to conquer evil is by the aid of evil (Cf. Mark 3:20-30). Two wrongs cannot make a right. It is wrong for a couple to become addicted to another bad habit simply because the partner has taken to extra marital affairs. For instance, some couples indulge in alcohol and become drunk as palliative to the effects of infidelity. Some learn to keep away late also to solve such problems. Others too look for extra marital partners to fill in the vacuum created by their man or woman. Others still become…

How Professional Associations can stop Corruption in Nigeria

Professional associations are umbrella organizations that bring people of same profession or career together mainly to protect and advance their career interests. There are ‘a million’ of them across the globe! Some that come to mind in Nigeria include: Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Association of Nigerian Medical Practitioners (ANMP), Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ), etc. I asked several Nigerians what these associations stand for. Hundred percent of those asked said they fight for the right of their members. “Why do you think so?” I asked. “Because they are always…

Work Place Romance: How Ethical?

Good news! Chioma finally secured a job in a hospital at Enugu. You remember Chioma: The lady that refused to have sex with her various recruiters in exchange for a job (See Ethics Corner in April 21, 2013 edition of the Leader Newspapers or visit www.csaaeinc.org/blog/ for full story). As I argued in that article, the behavior of Chioma’s recruiters – known as quid pro quo – is a highly unethical behavior common in the Nigerian Job market. It is thus good news that her recruiter this time did not ask for sex in exchange for a job. However, just…