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Actualisation

A popular term for the realisation of one's full potential—e.g., intellectual, psychological, physical, etc.
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Hence, the mulk, not having actualisation of its own a priori--as does the Creator--has no concrete reality whatsoever prior to the act of emanation, descent and creation.
This connection and bond is man's very existence and actualisation. If man, in actuality, were not "needy", then he would have to be an independent existent, as there is no other logical possibility, and this is absurd.
Kano State Government has expressed commitment toward the actualisation of the multi-billion naira Kano Economic City (KEC).
Ganduje disclosed that the state government had embarked on a strategy for the actualisation of the pioneer Free Zone at Panisau.
THE President of the Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE), Mr Ibrahim Khaleel, on Monday, threatened not vote for any governor or political office holders who campaign against the actualisation of the local government autonomy in the country.
It will be recalled that nine states Houses of Assembly had voted in support of local government autonomy while some state governors have vowed not to back the actualisation of the constitutional amendment on local government autonomy.
This was contained in a statement by the leader of the Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra, Comrade Uchenna Madu and made available to newsmen.
Apart from MASSOB, other groups in attendance included the Eastern Peoples Congress, Biafra United Liberation Council , Joint Revolutionary Council of Biafra, Igbo Hebrew Cultural Restoration, and Biafra Actualisation and Defence Squad.
He added that rural-urban migration would greatly be addressed through the actualisation of local government autonomy.