Chukwunwike Enekwechi

Chukwunwike Enekwechi

Chukwunwike Enekwechi studied political philosophy in his first degree from the University of Ibadan, and has been involved in many social development and enlightenment programs for the past fourteen years. He is an ardent believer in the possibility of Nigeria's intellectual and emotional reformation towards the formation of a new Nigerian society.
Transform intertribal bitterness

Transforming Nigeria’s intertribal bitterness to neo-colonial liberation energy

Spartacus was captured from Thrace, and taken to Rome where he was later sold as slave to become...

Progressive mistakes

Valuing progressive mistakes and little beginnings for a new Nigeria

Learning to ride bicycle either as a child or an adult can be difficult, dangerous and harmful. There...

Make Nigeria great

Let’s make Nigeria great again… How great? We will get there… Where?

He who does not know where he is going will never know the way and will never reach...

Virtual games

Virtual games for directing human instincts for victory

Hunting is one of the ancient ways through which humans show their power and satisfy their instinct for...

Condemnation society

From social condemnation to social redemption: smartness vs greatness

Lab scientists diagnosing a patient and prosecutors monitoring a suspect both conduct thorough investigations on their persons of...

Domestic violence

Domestic violence and definition of personhood in Nigeria

Football teams have different players with different specialties like goalkeepers, strikers, wingers and midfielders who combine their efforts...

suicide

Suicide: reducing its occurrence in Nigeria and the world

Fishes are enabled to swim and populate waterbodies, and monkeys are enabled to climb trees and support the...

family

Leading the family beyond financial security to fulfilment

The thought of journeying to a desirable but far destination can be terrifying if you are going alone....

Redirecting religious structures for productivity in Africa

Jon always flaunted his muscular cousin as consolation or excuse whenever people mocked him for being fat and...

Authority mindedness and the death of initiative in Nigeria

“In our own day, there has been too much of a tendency towards authority, and too little care...