Implementing 2030 Sustainable Development Goals
Already, the United Nations and all its various agencies are working with countries in different parts of the world to provide support aimed at rendering specialised assistance, which can help move the process forward and achieve greater outputs.
Why Nigeria is not working
To achieve the goal of unity in diversity, stability, growth and development, we need not break up Nigeria as the renowned academic Prof. Ango Abdullahi is suggesting.
The challenges before higher education
Higher education has become a problem for us in Nigeria, indeed in Africa: thinking outside the box is not part of the accepted academic framework and mental orientation.
Requiem for Dipo Famakinwa
The death of Dipo Famakinwa is a very sad one. I have known the Director General of Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) for a few years now and I have come to respect not only his maturity...
Campaign of calumny against Imo House of Assembly - Part 1
My attention has been drawn to a write-up by one Major General Ogunedo (rtd), hereinafter called Mr. Ogunedo, titled, “A Plea (to the Speaker, Imo State House of Assembly...
The xenophobes are ingrates
Given the recent xenophobic attacks, this piece is to prove that South Africans are confirmed ingrates. That country emerged as an independent country in 1910, and was the fourth member-nation of the Commonwealth.
The traditional institution in modern Nigeria
Despite the many setbacks, the respect for the traditional institution in Nigeria since Independence has grown steadily, particularly among the political elite. Indeed, there was a recent media account by the veteran journalist, Peter Enahoro....
Insistence on Magu: A case of executive excesses
Nigerians are watching the battle between the Legislature and the Executive over the appointment and confirmation of Ibrahim Magu as EFCC Chairman. Many people are asking the wrong questions and are, therefore, getting the wrong answers.