27 Mar 2015
“Some countries are so poor, all they have is oil” – Gbenga Adebambo “The best way to predict the future is to design it” – Abraham Lincoln WE need to plan for a future without oil. If there is anything that will bring this nation to its doom, it is not negative prophecies or external…
26 Mar 2015
IN documented history, the genesis of the discordant romance between religion and politics perhaps is traceable to the religious coronation of Charlemagne (Charles the Great), one of the Roman emperors during the Dark Ages.
25 Mar 2015
The forthcoming presidential election no doubt has two major contenders, the incumbent President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and Major-Gen. Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressive Congress (APC). The campaign organisations of both political parties have made and still making rigorous campaigns across the length and breadth of this country, trying to “sell” their presidential candidates across religious, ethnic and geographic boundaries. We have witnessed one of the most “heated” and kin electioneering with utterances that can be described as not too palatable. The main actors and gladiators in the March 28th presidential election have all shown their commitment to democracy and a free, fair and credible election.
24 Mar 2015
A RECENT report (published on 18th September, 2014) of a poll conducted by CNN puts Nigerians’ accent of the English Language as the sixth ‘sexiest’ in the world, out of an estimated 7,000 languages on earth. Whatever ‘sexiest’ connotes; the result of the poll is without doubt, an eloquent testimony of a uniqueness of the Nigerian people, which enjoy global endorsement. In this regard, CNN describes the Nigerian accent in the following way: “Dignified, with just a hint of willful naiveté, the deep, rich “oh’s” and “eh’s” of Naija bend the English language without breaking it, arousing tremors in places other languages can’t reach.”
23 Mar 2015
FOLLOWERS of style and policy drive of Governor Rauf Aregbesola of Osun State should by now know that he holds two programmes tenaciously dear to his heart –Education and Agriculture — out of the six policy thrusts of his administration. These are deliberate programmes and schemes that touch directly the lives of ordinary people who have borne the brunt of anti-people policies of the previous administrations. Little wonder that the people of Osun are elated at every point with the progressive execution of these projects with applause and fanfare.
21 Mar 2015
The elated Egusola said, “To be honest I bought two raffle tickets in anticipation that I might win, but I still cannot believe that I truly won. Etisalat is the best network ever and I am extremely grateful to Etisalat for this encouraging experience.”
21 Mar 2015
His children and cousins launched the Dr. Lawrence Omole Foundation in 1985. This foundation has funded scholarships and the building of a library complex and health centre at the Oyo State College of Education. Omole gave financial assistance to both Christian and Muslim associations.
21 Mar 2015
If you want to be a Master of the Universe then think about a problem and get about solving it for your family, your community or even your country. I get asked all the time why I have dedicated my life to promoting Entrepreneurship and Leadership. I answer that I want to solve the most fundamental problem my country is faced with right now and that is unemployment. And the only realistic way we can win in this battle against unemployment, is to use entrepreneurship as a solution to get young people self-employed and working. At the same time we have to have the right Leadership so that we can sustain the momentum and keep creating jobs and opportunities for our young people, hence my focus on Strategy and Leadership. And so there you have it, my Anabel Group is almost exclusively focused on Entrepreneurship. Strategy and Leadership, and guess what, I too am committed to becoming a MASTER OF THE UNIVERSE, and I have identified a national problem I have decided to solve for my Nation, what will yours be? IF YOU ARE NOT PART OF THE SOLUTION, YOU ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM.
20 Mar 2015
The committee, which has the Director of Tertiary Education, Mrs Hindatu Abdullahi as chairman, director of audit and director of press and public relations as members, was mandated to examine some of the issues in contention between the unions and management/councils of the two institutions.
20 Mar 2015
Mrs Bridget Emoha, a parent, said it was a welcome development as parents would like to have their wards at home during the election period. “This is a good move from NECO; the extension of registration will enable candidates who had not registered to do so before the new date,”
20 Mar 2015
Mohammed Isah, the vice chairman of the university’s Okada Riders Association, said their business has been affected. He said: “Anyigba is a university town and our businesses here largely depend on students’ patronage. Without them, commercial activities are paralysed. We urge the interested parties to reach an agreement and call off the strike.”