Category Archives: Teens’ Blog

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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HAS DONE MORE HARM THAN GOOD – A CONTRARY OPINION

TEENS’ BLOG It is one thing to discover ones potentials, and another thing to find a platform to sharpen it. As one of the future amazons in national development, I found this platform an auspicious means for expressing my idea on issues affecting our society. Read my blog and share with friends. I am Gold

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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CHEMISTRY TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

TEENS’ BLOG As one of the global leaders in a near future, I found SEYI Dipo’s Blog an auspicious platform for sharing my thought on issues affecting our society. Read my blog, share with friends and let me know what you think. My name is Semilore Olatunji. Follow me on Facebook THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CHEMISTRY

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The Significance of Government – as a Subject to National development

Development can be regarded as a continuous growth and advancement of a nation. A nation is not without a people, so development is the enhancement of the socio economic standard of a people’s life. This cannot be achieved without putting a political administration in place which prioritizes the wellbeing of the citizen. One subject that

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Understanding the Power of Response as a Pathway to Maturity

TEENS’ BLOG As a business giant in the making, and an emerging world leader who believes a better world begins with little changes often neglected, I write on this platform to influence fellow young minds out there. Thanks to Seyi Dipo. Follow me on Facebook Understanding the Power of Response as a Pathway to Maturity

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If I Become a Medical Doctor in the Future, Where Will My President Go for Treatment?

TEENS’ BLOG As a future journalist, having being inspired by Seyi Dipo to start becoming my dreamed future today, I write on this platform to express my opinion on issues in our society. My name is Benedict Otutu. Please don’t miss any of my posts and feel free to share! Follow me on Facebook If

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