Emeritus Prof. Andrew Godwin Onokerhoraye @ 70
Emeritus Professor A. G. Onokerhoraye, a man of ideas and vision, the first thing that strikes you about him, is his unparalleled simplicity coupled with humorous nature and infectious laughter that oozes a fullness of life. A warm, welcoming gesture that often puts everyone at ease! A towering pillar of Academics and Administration, Prof. Onokerhoraye,…
Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso: Whining Of A Rural Aristocrat
RIGHT from the moment Jonathan-bashing became a meeting point for some radical politicians and false progressives, immediate past Governor of Kano State, Alhaji Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, emerged as a prominent subset. Even in recent times, the new senator representing Kano Central in the Senate retains national attention as a pestilential busybody. Kwankwaso’s road to national…
OKE: States’ Indebtedness A Fallout Of Fiscal Recklessness, Dollarised Elections
Babatunde Oke, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Finance, University of Lagos (UNILAG), tells IKECHUKWU ONYEWUCHI that governments, who arbitrarily used monies meant for salaries and other state activities to prosecute elections, caused the unsavory state of the treasury in some states. He argues that the way out would be to plug leakages; reduce…
Getting It Right On Constitution Reform
JUST as the sense of a general objective tension that enveloped the political atmosphere respecting truly feared probable or practical consequences of the Presidential election result or outcome was relieved or doused by what objectively qualifies as a celebration of the values of self-immolation or sacrifice (in pursuit of the public good, peace and tranquility by President Goodluck Jonathan), the in-coming All Progressives Congress, APC, Federal Government is under a patriotic obligation to defuse the time-bomb regarding the requirement to interrogate the necessity to firmly ground the basis of Nigeria’s corporate existence.
OGUNLANA: Selling Contemporary African Fashion To The World
WHEN asked what she does for a living, Nike Ogunlana hesitates a little and then says, ‘I am an accountant’. Though this response is the truth, but it’s certainly not the whole truth because she is currently an e-tailer, which means she is into online retailing of African fashion labels. Just recently, she co-founded a clothing label called LA.X Nigeria.
On The 60TH Birth Day Of Dr. Jibrin Ibrahim: Political Science And The Sickness Of The Nigerian State
I read with consummate interest the treatise by Dr Jibrin Ibrahim in the Daily Trust (December 1st, 2014) and a follow up by Issa Aremu, (December 8th, 2014) to mark Dr. Jibrin Ibrahim’s 60th birthday.
From Praise Gbubene-Abraham, Succour To The Hopeless
The three-day mission restored sight to some who had lost their sights, gave free eye care to those experiencing some forms of unease in their eyes, gave some medicare such as deworming to pupils and students of Fryo Nursery, Primary and Secondary schools, and distributed food palliatives, donated by Dangote Group and Kenvee Nigeria Limited, to some of the residents. Specifically, the free eye care, which included several eye surgeries and distribution of eye glasses, had over 300 community members as beneficiaries.
It Takes Courage To Do Business In Nigeria, Says Olugbodi
unji Olugbodi is the Managing Director of Verdant Zeal Group of Companies. In this interview with DAVID OGAH, he emphasized the need to diversify the nation’s economy in the face of sliding oil prices globally. He also spoke on the forthcoming innovention series, a platform for the discourse of local and international issues as they affect the economy and politics.