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Balanced Truth By Writer Zik

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Sometimes, slight things we do truly makes an impact in the society. This is what team Xycinews believes to be a balanced truth many don’t comprehend. The below publication has being segmented by Xycinews to make reading simplified.

 

Credit To This Publication Belongs To Writer_Zik.

 

A Meeting In Time

I was shortlisted for a leadership meeting provided for only FIVE students from different tertiary institutions. This was during my days in school to help develop our business and leadership skills.I couldn’t dream of missing this great opportunity, so I had to zoom off so early to board a vehicle to Mile 3 in Port Harcourt City.

 

Journeying Timely

Subsequently, the meeting was scheduled for 3:00 pm and so I had to prepare early to meet up. This is because I didn’t want to show up as an indisciplined person. Most especially to the fact that I wasn’t actually familiar with the particular venue I was about heading to, so I had to prepare early so I could ask and verify for the right direction.

Guess what?

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Chief Complaint

However, I entered a bus that eventually got me pissed off even from the beginning of the journey.The driver kept complaining about the issue of not having change to balance the passengers.Unfortunately I had entered with a #1000 note for a bus fare I had to pay #150. Obviously, it is shocking right?

I had no other little change on me,so I had to inform the driver earlier before entering and he accepted.

Sadly, I had to spend about 30 minutes waiting for him to get my change of N850 and also get a complete balance for the person who sat close to me.

The person had brought up an idea of how the driver could be able to get the change easily but he couldn’t just understand our point. This got me really worried because I have wasted a lot of time and already getting late for a meeting schedule.

War In The Bus

At last we all were given our respective balance and so we zoomed off. It was actually a smooth ride until we reached a particular destination where we had to pack for some time.  

This was because of a police officer who insisted that the driver must give him N100 before going ahead with our journey. At this moment I was very displeased because I couldn’t believe I will end up getting late for my meeting.

The driver had a “strong-will” not to give a dine to the police officer but with all the rantings and complains by the passengers who couldn’t bare wasting their time on the road,the driver finally accepted.

 

The Aftermath

So at last,the driver gave the police officer the money and was allowed to go. This incident got the person sitting next to me so annoyed. He pointed out that the action of the police officer was very wrong because it was a violation of human right.

Others, however argued that the driver shouldn’t have resisted but could have just given the police officer the money based on the fact that it has become a tradition in Nigeria, so why should he relent?

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The driver,himself couldn’t just keep quiet, he kept dishing out offences out of anger about what the police officer had done to him.

To the extent he even poured out his rage with abusive words on one of the passenger. At that time the passengers, kept talking and telling the driver to keep quiet except me who just kept silent and decided to observe because mind was filled with the thought of flying to my destination and at that time we were tucked up in a “go-close”.

 

The Balance Truth

The persons around me kept pointing out the fact that our society truly needs a change because human rights are being violated to the extent that even when a driver doesn’t have a license, the police officer will accept bribe instead of going through legal processes to handle the situation.

A lady said, “she knew of a man who will even prefer going to the station than involving himself in bribery and corruption”.

With a soft tone, I pointed out that Human rights has to be protected and not manipulated, whereby despite the fact that it is termed “normal” doesn’t mean it’s right..We must learn to standout and be a good example.

We are light of the world and therefore must not take bribe. As I ended my speech i noticed everyone was calm and thereafter  most persons asserted to the fact that i was right and decided to stand for what is right no matter what.

However, I had to correct the fact that the driver shouldn’t have spoken abusive words because it makes matters worst because the Police man won’t understand his point but focus on the harsh words that might cause more problems.

Therefore as a light to the world in as much as we intend to correct a wrong “the approach at which we do it is important”. Our words must be seasoned with salt and not abusive because it breaks the heart more. Speak the truth but not abusively. Everything in life must be balanced.

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At last I reached my destination, I went out from the bus so quickly to meet up with the meeting. My journey indeed was an adventure and most especially I was glad I made impact by speaking the truth.

Speak the Balanced Truth!!
Stand for what’s Right!!

#Writer_Zik
#Inspire

Naabiae Nenu-B is a Medical Health Student and an SEO Specialist dedicated to flushing the web off fake news and scam scandals. He aims at being "Africa's Best Leak and Review Blogger" and that's the unwavering stand of Xycinews Media.

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BIOGRAPHY OF NIGERIAN JOURNALIST MUKHTAR DAMBATTA

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Mukhtar Sagir Dambatta (born 1 June 1998) is a Nigerian journalist, blogger, columnist, politician and entrepreneur.

Mukhtar Sagir Dambatta was born on 1 June 1998 in Dambatta local government area of Kano State, Nigeria where he obtained his Primary and JSCE from Abu Hanifa Academy, Kano State, then moved further and obtained his SSCE from Rumfa College Kano State. He is a graduate of Mass Communication from École Supérieur de Gestion et de Technologie (ESGT-Benin University) Benin Republic.

Dambatta was a students leader, he was the President of the Great Advancement of African Students Association (GAAAS). In 2020 Dambatta elected as National Chairman of Nigerian Youth Political Union (NYPU).

In September 2020 Mukhtar called on Nigerian students from school resumption due to the abduction of Abubakar Idris Dadiyata, a lecturer and fierce critic of the Nigerian government, who was abducted from his home on August 1, 2019,  in the Barnawa neighbourhood of Kaduna, in northwestern Nigeria.

Mukhtar is currently working with Prime Time Newspaper

Nationality: Nigerian
Occupation: Journalist, Blogger, Entrepreneur and Politician

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Classic Forex Trader Biography, Cars, Real Age, Contact, Net Worth

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Classic Forex Trader Biography

Classic Forex Trader is the founder and developer of the first talking robot called “Fx Talking Robot”. He is a South African who make thousands of dollars daily from trading with his robot.

While some claims his robot doesn’t work, many others shares testimonies of how successful the robot is. You can use the comment section below to share your opinion.

 

How Old Is Classic Forex Trader

Classic Forex Trader is 20 years old from the information he personally shared.

 

Classic Forex Trader Cars

BMW GT and Mercedes Benz in less than two years of trading.

 

Classic Forex Trader Real Age

Thapelo Lesenya

 

Nationality

South African

 

Occupation

Forex Trader

 

Classic Forex Trader Contact

Conclusively on Classic Forex Trader Biography, you can reach out to him via WhatsApp on +27680536880.

 

Classic Forex Trader Net Worth

We ain’t sure but it’s an estimated $500,000

 

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Touring Dubia Through Vantage Migration – Jane Chris Ezetah Shares Joy

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On January 18 2021, Vantage Migration on it Official Facebook broke the goodnews of a free trip to their global audience. That winner is Jane Chris Ezetah.

Jane Chris Ezetah is winner of a competitive contest by CEO of Vantage Migration, Dr Linda Iheme, which held in December 2020 for her social media followers.

During the heat of the competition, I stumbled upon Jane Chris awesome video on Facebook and Instagram. She was highly creative, innovative and I admire her concepts and potentials.

As a content creator, I just wished the best for her and hoped she win like she did. You can imagine my smile though, nonetheless in this article I will be entailing first hand of Jane’s experience from her, a little about Vantage Migration and the Host Sponsor “Dr Linda Iheme”.

 

Limelight on the Host Sponsor – Dr Linda Iheme

Dr Linda Iheme, CEO of Vantage Migration has outdone herself in helping all inrespective of all odds stand tall in all life endeavors within her might. Among many other enticing giveaways organized on her social media pages periodically, this has been the loudest and of course, the most impactful. 

Talking of which, Dr Linda has been a recipient of numerous international trip awards, though not through social media contests. She has been an outstanding young woman from her undergraduate years at University of Benin, Nigeria till her current post graduate studies at University of Waterloo, Canada.

Dr Linda Iheme with her experience and expertise founded Vantage Migration to help aspiring graduate students secure a better future by teaching them what she knows. “The Lady With A Golden Smile” as I call her has maintain an excellent record in all she do.

 

Meeting Dr Linda and Engaging was my Key

During the period of interview with Jane Chris, she narrated the process of her selection as the winner of the trip and she said it was free and fair and it was open to everyone because it’s an open competition with any number of interested competitors.

She said “I followed Dr, Linda Ikeme the CEO of vantage Migration . She is a Canadian based Nigerian, I followed her on all her social media handles, my notifications is always on, on all her posts, I woke up, and saw a post she made about the contest, and that how I got to know”.

I followed her on all her social media handles, my notifications is always on, on all her posts.

Speaking further she highlighted the importance of the Organization and how helpful they are to modern life, pointing out that the Organization is mainly doing a course based training that will help individuals and students secure admission and access scholarships.

 

Jane Ezetah Biography

My name is Jane Amarachi Ezetah, I am popularly known as Jane Chris Ezetah on all my social media accounts.

I was born into Mr and Mrs A.S Ogbonna’s family in the late 80’s. The 4th child of  seven children, I was born and raised in Lagos. I had my primary education in Lagos while my secondary school education was at Federal Government College, Odogbolu, Ogun state.

After which I moved on to Imo state University where I had my tertiary education.

Growing up was fun for me considering the fact that I was born at the downside of Lagos where children played with no restrictions. The most interesting part of my growing up was seeing my parents move from one level to the other.

 

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My parents had 6 of us in a room apartment. How we manage that small space till date is what I still can’t figure out. We moved from that one room to two rooms, to a 2bedroom flat, until my dad built his own house in Lagos.

Life was not all that easy as my older siblings and I assisted my mom a lot by hawking some petty items from one street to the other.

For my career, I really wanted to study law (international law and jurisprudence) for the name but God had a perfect plan.

As a child I loved singing, writing and watching television. I remember always mimicking news casters and presenters in front of my mirror. I was very good at narrating movies from top to finish without mincing words.

If you haven’t seen a movie before and I narrate it to you, you will not need to see it again as it will feel like you watched the real thing.

Watching the Oprah Winfrey show on Silverbird television also made me start dreaming to become a radio and television presenter.

When admission to study law wasn’t coming forth after attempting JAMB 4 times, I switched to mass communication but eventually my name came out on the list to study Theatre Art. When the admission to study theatre Art’s came initially, I was not proud at all.

I felt so ashamed to tell people I was studying theatre arts because it wasn’t one of those big courses but today, I can boldly tell anyone about my course of study because I am gradually living my dreams.

 

Jane’s Encounter with Dr Linda Iheme

I heard about Vantage Migration through my eldest Brother in October. That Saturday afternoon, he sent me a screenshot of Dr Linda Iheme’s Facebook page and said GO CHECK HER OUT and follow all her social media handles.

I reluctantly came back and told him I have. He said she helps people gain admission and scholarship abroad. But my Brother said to me there is more to the vantage migration page and Dr Linda Iheme and that was how I began to follow up till date. I follow her actively on Facebook and Instagram mostly.

 

The Beauty of Vantage Migration

Vantage Migration helps in matching your skills and interests to their Canadian selection of job vacancies. Additionally, they educate you about the communities that interest you and where your best chances of success Facilitating contact with prospective employers.

 

Vantage Migration offers a Faster way toSecure Admission; Scholarship Abroad

 

They provide assistance for you in identifying education and real estate options and facilitating your spouse employment in communities of interest.

They guide you through the registration process in Canada, including immigration procedures from beginning to finish.

 

Jane’s Final Motivations

To the young and aspiring youths out there…I want you all to know your dreams are valid.

Keep thriving!

Keep upgrading!

Keep learning!

Keep making an effort.

As soon it will all pay off.

 

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