Over the years the country has witnessed lots of expatriates repatriating the country’s funds to their various countries.These expatriates are from countries such as India, Japan, China, and neighboring West African countries, including Ghana, Togo, Republic of Benin...
Educational summits… motions without movement
At each of these summits, huge funds are spent, key speakers within and outside the shores of the country are hired. But the corresponding results could not match the huge investment expended.
Nigerian retail investors still count losses 10 years after meltdown
Ten years after the 2007-2008 global financial crisis, which instigated a worldwide economic recession, bringing to a halt more than a decade of increasing prosperity...
At Nigeria borders, smuggling remains thriving business
The Guardian investigations revealed that the smugglers are on daily basis devising numerous antics to beat the Customs formation. In most cases, such acts are perpetrated at night when they flaunt their arms, ready for combat with the officers....
Lifting Nigerians out of poverty through financial, gender inclusion
In Subol Hospital in Idimu, a suburb of Lagos, Abosede Amao, five months pregnant, is now able to access better, more affordable healthcare and less expensive drugs because she has subscribed...
A kingdom and an army of occupation
When the construction of the barracks was completed in 1979, a large portion of the land was unused, and lying fallow for years. Rather than returning the rest to the owners who depend on the land for survival, some...
Hope to end polio in 2019 rises
Tuesday, October 24, marked Rotary International's fifth annual World Polio Day (WPD), co-hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Six years after IDG declaration, not yet Uhuru for the Nigerian girl-child
A few weeks ago, the city of Abuja was thrown into shock as they witnessed a series of shocking, unbelievable events regarding Aisha (not real name), a student of a government...
STEM education as a catalyst for national development
Science in the world over stimulates development, but Nigeria said to be in the league of developing countries has little or no investment in STEM education.
‘At 40, Chrisland Schools’ giant strides are evident
Well, it is a very interesting story. When I got married to my late husband, Dr. Victor Awosika, of blessed memory, he told me that the place of the woman is the home, that the woman is the Home, and that the woman is the housekeeper while the husband is the bread winner.