John Egbeazien Oshodi

Mr John Egbeazien Oshodi, Ph.D. is a Florida based Forensic/Clinical Psychologist

A Nigerian Health System Solutions, Part One

Nigeria needs to continue to have a healthy human resource in order to fully thrive and progress in the 21st century. To achieve a substantial and sustainable state, and a national health system, a strong multi-sectoral approach is highly needed in the face of our huge multi-ethnic and linguistically diverse society. We will all admit that our healthcare centers and …

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Aisha Buhari is now in her second term as the First Lady of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. During the current presidency of her husband, President Muhammadu Buhari, she continues to present her work and contributions in an independent, positive, bold way, and in a non-fanfare manner.  She continues to transform the role of the First Lady using her position …

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President Yoweri Museveni Don’t Let Stella Nyanzi Die In Jail

President Yoweri Museveni, let the world call you by any name but what is historically clear is that from your student days at the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania, the African world  saw in you the spirit of a political messiah, your critics needs to see your historic work as a freedom fighter and in the area of …

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A Psychological Note on Rape and Assault for Africa

Africa may be a “shit hole” in the eyes of Euro-American perception as it appears as  a place where anything can be dumped and practiced but through the eyes of Africa cultural traditions and religions the continent, Nigeria included is not a dumping ground for open immoralities. From the point of human psychology, psychoafricalysis , that is the psychological perspectives …

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Edo State Power Versus National Government Authority, How Will It End?

by John Egbeazien Oshodi, Ph.D. is a Florida based Forensic/Legal Psychologist. The deeply polarized and highly partisan tone of the recent politics in Edo State due to petty partisan squabbling for power harms the Edo people and voters. This remains troubling for a land that is historically, traditionally and characteristically known for the beliefs and sentiments of respect, reverence, peace, …

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