Another 8 days old year is here. The one we adored recently with funfair, while we were soaked with whiskys, beer, chicken and sea foods we also went on shopping spree buying from toys to gift cards and chocolates.

Well i dont know how you welcomed 2012 and good bye 2011, some did this by spending at least half of their total savings on food and drinks, toys and gift cards but i did it with care, reflecting on how i will hope not to carry over old characters to the new year.

The new year is here whether we welcomed it or not and life must go on except for the dead. How different will 2012 be? 2011 witnessed unprecedented happenings, from Gaddaffi, to Hosni, Haiti earthquake, to Afgan, Palastinian-Isreali scuffles, from Bin laden to high ranking terrorists, from Unemployment in US to economic meltdown the world over, from politics of insults in Ghana to mass road accidents and from Boko Haram bombings in Nigeria to kidnapping, how about political unrest in Egypt, Syria etc.

and so many unnecessary religious conflicts in the world. 2011 sets unbreakable records of events. Do we foresee such events recurring in 2012 though some were unfinished? Has the world leaders learned something new in 2011, and prepared to work for change?,

How are we are going to tackle climate change, mainstream poverty and development into our plans? This just to welcome all of us to 2012 and let hope and pray 2011 remains record years of events Happy new Year friends

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