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.
Defining Africa Restartnaija

Defining Africa: for development or for limitation? The focus on blame instead of cure

Before treating patients, doctors search for the causes by examining lab-results and symptoms of diseases to decide best...

high price

When high price does not determine high satisfaction in Nigeria

After being enticed by the hyped N75k fabric worn by his colleagues, Musa sought to acquire one for...

Consumer protection

Ensuring consumer protection for standard living in Nigeria

Western companies often recall already-dispatched products like cars, drugs and foods that were later judged inadequate or unsafe...

church donations

Why give money to the church? Justification for church donations in the new era

A smart pastor distinguished the donation given to the poor and lowly from the donation given to God...

Agriculture

Agriculture alone cannot redeem Nigeria; we do not live to eat, we eat to live, love, create and be happy

Five Onitsha kids were asked what they would do if they grow and become wealthy. Their answers hovered...

emotional

From human to Patriot, more emotional than mechanical

Cars are made up of different parts and particles like metals, cables, bolts, nuts, rubbers and others. On...

technocrats

Understanding the clamour for technocrats as leaders in Nigeria

Cooking is an art that requires balanced knowledge and mixture of several ingredients for a delicious meal. If...

Creating jobs by Plugging people’s needs and creativity to the reward system

Success in modern irrigation involves creating water-ways around different parts of a dryland for seeds to grow. When...

Idealism

Realism without idealism: hindrance to progress in Nigeria

After Spartacus was kidnapped and sold as slave to join Battiatus’ gladiators, he continued dreaming and planning to...

political parties

Political parties and the distraction from development in Nigeria

Car racing happens very often on major roads, even between people who had not initially set out to...