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Understanding is the key to collaboration

Understanding is the key issues of life. Without understanding our situation will become worsen and state of confusion. 

As human, collaboration is very essential and for us to collaborate to solve our climate issues and risk reduction, there must be digestion of each others perspective.

Understanding each others perspective does not come easily and not on a plater of gold but on an effective dialogue…


Added by Akinremi Peter Taiwo on May 19, 2014 at 4:48pm — No Comments


Privacy has now earned a world class name that everyone is interested to know and see the end result. Every homo-sapiens want at least little privacy and this is totally absent in our world today. How? With the advent of technology privacy has been thrown to the sea of no return. World today can be called E-world due to the presence of technology everywhere. Imagine that human race can no longer do without product of technology…Woo that is great and magnificent. Technology is not the problem…


Added by Akinremi Peter Taiwo on January 28, 2014 at 1:54pm — No Comments


In the light of the above statement, is the internet the bad guy? Internet is just a realization of technology and does not control itself. Many good and bad pictures have been painted concerning this guy. Picture and the process that happen in the people cognitive system can be liken to the experience that happened during the course of using this guy or ugly event happened. It is an infrastructure invented to help human race achieve his/her goals. Below is the little of this guy benefit if…


Added by Akinremi Peter Taiwo on November 10, 2013 at 1:50am — No Comments

Empowerment is the key factor

Many countries today believe that youth are the leader of tomorrow, yes, I succor to that but that statement seem not to be true. If youth are the leader of tomorrow there should be a proper arrangement of empowerment scheme to help them grow to become  leaders. The statement is only in word alone and not in action. I have seen many youth who are interest to lead, gain experience and ready to serve their father land but opportunity or the environment is not available. We should stop…


Added by Akinremi Peter Taiwo on October 12, 2013 at 4:42pm — No Comments

Infrastructure: Tool for development

One of the key factors that changes the world today are infrastructures. Comparing the developed and developing to the least developing nation is the amount of infrastructure that is put in place. Going back to the olden days we would see the positive implication of infrastructure to the present. The amount of infrastructure in a country determines the status of that country. Many countries today are striving to put in place the necessary tools and service which will ensure smooth running of…


Added by Akinremi Peter Taiwo on September 10, 2013 at 4:39pm — 1 Comment

Policy Implementation

Seeing a great nation without proper implementation of policies grieve my heart. Progress cant be experience if government, individual toil with with policies. I can say that human existence and achievement is base on a well detail of policies. For effective policy to be in place, selfish interest must die, agreement must be reach by all, and love must exit between all. Poor policy is the key to retard development in our country. We need good policies to ensure stable economy, bridge gap… Continue

Added by Akinremi Peter Taiwo on August 19, 2013 at 8:17pm — 1 Comment


Have been having challenge on how to answer this question. why nation are face with insecurity when the are possible ict medium to combat it. I need your opinion on this matter.

Added by Akinremi Peter Taiwo on August 15, 2013 at 10:36am — 2 Comments


Application for the course of Cyber-Security and other is out..Kindly follow this link to apply http://learn.diplomacy.edu/registration

Added by Akinremi Peter Taiwo on August 2, 2013 at 2:11pm — No Comments

Infrastructure and Critical Internet Resource course

The first meeting of infrastructure and critical internet resource was held on Friday at exactly 14.00 GMT. It was great with wonderful Coordinator,Excellent Tutor and great people. This orientation session marked the first e-meeting.

Added by Akinremi Peter Taiwo on July 27, 2013 at 11:03pm — No Comments

Infrastructure and Critical Internet Resources (IRL5093/IGCBP13)

Infrastructure and Critical Internet Resource course is ongoing now....where the in-depth issue of internet will be reveal and the solution will be provided. The Diplo course is real, therefore apply to any course of your choices.....

Added by Akinremi Peter Taiwo on July 23, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Term, Condition,Privacy

I have come to the understanding that website are clumsy in their terms,condition and privacy concerning their goods of service which makes it difficult for the surfer to understand. And also lengthy of terms,condition and privacy or whatever tiring the surfer. I will suggest that terms, condition and privacy should be simple and precise and to the point for easy understanding. I will also suggest that diploma should address the issue on any of her meeting or seminar.

Added by Akinremi Peter Taiwo on July 19, 2013 at 1:06am — No Comments



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