Rethinking the Nigerian youth
The potential of Nigeria’s youth population is arguably contradictory: on one side, pockets of shinning stars; on the other, a largely untapped resource.
I got into musical organ business by adventure - Delano
Dark skinned, and 6.1 meter tall Lanre Delano, is the chief executive officer of Church Organ Projects In Nigeria (CHOPIN) and the Organ & Music Magazine O&MM. He is the representative and sole dealer of the world-leading organ manufacturing company, Allen Organ Company of USA.
‘Why Nigerians aren’t benefiting from government programmes’
The Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), Ibadan lamented that the social protection programmes (SPP) such as, Operation Feed Nigeria (OFN) Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) and Sure- P...
Nigeria: A nation of unpatriotic consumers
The major reason why the Nigerian Naira has consistently and continuously experienced economic degradation and free fall is simply because of our consumption behaviour.
I’ve still got the Brexit Blues. I’m still in shock that what started as a tussle for power between two men ended in what has been described as the biggest constitutional crisis in a generation.
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…
‘I cried on the set of one room’
The story and the role are different from anything I’ve done. At first, I could not connect to the character as I found her actions strange and unrealistic.
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.