Purging NYSC scheme of sharp practices
In the third quarter of last year, August to be precise, the Federal Government announced implementation of the Treasury Single Account (TSA). TSA was not a new strategic concept. It was just not implemented under the Goodluck Jonathan’s administration. This noble policy was a fiscal strategy aimed at blocking financial leakages, promoting transparency and preventing…
Global goals - Part 3
The core purpose of education is not in the learning of facts and figures but rather in taking us through a journey of self-discovery. It is to help us navigate uncharted territories and also challenge the norms.
A tale of two leaders
Finding similarities in approach between a 20th Century corporatist authoritarian leader in Western Europe and a 21st Century Arab authoritarian leader is a tricky undertaking at best.
You could be committing suicide!
Before I explain what I meant by “You could be committing suicide!” permit me to remind you about the divine gift called Time. Time is the greatest natural resource.
The infamy of Nigeria’s tertiary education: A fall from high heavens
Lucifer, pride of God, most beautiful of all creations; was cast from heaven, a fallen angel, cursed to forever roam the earth, never to rise again. Is Nigeria’s tertiary education, once a beacon for Africa, ever going to rise again?
The perfection and imperfection of 4th Mainland Bridge - Part 2
The reasons for the toll gates is not equally distant from the cost of the bridge. The money budgeted for the structure is exceedingly high, especially considering the landscape the bridge will pass through.
Africa rising: Breaking out of challenges
On the 25th of May every year, Africa countries celebrate “Africa day” to commemorate the formation of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) 53years ago, now called African Union (AU).
The ‘unmined’ goldmines
In his classic, ‘Acres of Diamonds,’ Russell H. Conwell told the story of a certain farmer who sold his farm and went in search of diamond elsewhere.