Ethical issues in Nigeria’s higher education and governance
From all interrogations in symposia, lectures, workshops, conferences, submissions of policy makers and independent opinions of parents and parent teachers associations...
Biafra, the sensible options
It is not surprising that the groups pushing for the actualization of Biafra dream are in a heightened burst of activities.
Resolving the power sector conundrum
Electricity supply is considered the most critical impediment to the achievement of the Vision 20:2020 target of double digit growth and reduction of poverty to the barest minimum. The wide gap in electricity supply vis-a vis demand is one of the leading issues in the on-going effort to move the economy towards the desired state…
King Sunny Ade and the Orpheus option
Otunba Sunday Adeniyi Adegeye, also known as King Sunny Ade, is the most consistent ambassador of Juju music along with his old collaborator and rival, Evangelist Ebenezer Fabiyi, alias, Ebenezer Obey.
Can Nigeria survive another century?
Recently at the Main Auditorium of the Lagos State University, Ojo, Chief J. B Oke shared his reflection on the question of whether Nigeria can survive as a corporate entity for another century.
The Delphic letter
President Goodluck Jonathan had appointed the Finance Minister, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala aka Ngozi Wahala, as the Coordinating Minister for the Economy.
Open letter to President Macron
Needless to say, your political fortunes and trajectory will to a large extent be based on the ability of your administration to effectively combat the pervasive threat of terrorism.
Oxfam’s twisted view on poverty, inequality in Nigeria
The latest report by Oxfam International which claims that the combined wealth of five richest Nigerians, put at $29.9 billion, could end poverty is warped and misplaced.
The epidemic of universities in Nigeria
Whenever Nigerians start doing the same thing, be sure that there is money to be made in that enterprise. Many years ago, we had only three denomination of the church – Protestant, Catholic and African. In the last 25 years, the expansion of evangelical churches is truly phenomenal. There may be other reasons for this…