Although many mothers view parenting as their normal role, but admit it Mum, you would not be happy if you were not shown appreciation as a parent once in a while.So do not feel shy when those bucketfuls of praise and thanks are poured your way this Mother’s Day.
A darker shade of pale
Oyinbo is a tricky word, don’t you think? I have heard the word for as long as I have had Nigerian friends which is close to two decades. I was called one to my face the first time I visited Nigeria in 2009.
The state of the nation bill
You may or may not know that our presidents are positively allergic to dialogue with the people. In 2013, the National Assembly decided to remedy this by institutionalising an annual state of the nation address by the president.
Constant crisis in the Supreme Court
In 1958, the then Chief Justice of the Federation, Justice Stafford Foster Sutton was to retire. He had earlier served as Attorney General of Kenya from 1944-1948 and served also as attorney General of British Malaya from 1948-1950.
America’s leadership in crisis and Merkel now in charge
President Trump was supposed to be the transformative President, the chosen one to “make America great again” and unequivocally stamp its pride of place and unrivalled position on the global stage as “The city upon the hill.”
Lobbying, NGOs and the Nigerian society
Globally, public pressure to put lobbying regulation on the political agenda has been on the increase.
The NCC’s and MTN’s swindle
Despite the hobbling challenges of poor security and infrastructure, it is not uncommon for foreign investors to speak glowingly about the huge opportunities in the Nigerian business environment.
Soft drinks, benzoic acid and Nigerian regulators
As we all know, on account of the loopholes and laxity on the part of some of the regulators, a number of multinationals in Nigeria tend to get away with a lot they would not even dare dream of in other places.
Is Nigeria a tragedy?
In literature, tragedy does not really connote something tragic but it means a re-evaluation and possible redemption of a given situation. Truly, this is a season of darkness and struggling: No power, no good roads, unemployment and poverty are on the alarming rate.