COVID-19: Towards a learning curve
Sir: Nigeria is a country that possessed the manifest destiny to be leader of the black race. A country that once paid the salary of the civil service of another...
The mind of haters!
Haters are a product of their existential and dreadful lives. We live in a borrowed world, and we shall leave it with a continuum sigh of history. The good, or evil things people do will live after them while the world remains an unending space!
Remembering a rare gem: David Bayode Aina (1940 - 2000)
Today, we mark the 20 years remembrance of our dearly beloved husband, father, brother, uncle, benefactor and philanthropist, the late David Bayode Aina, an engineer.
Abba Kyari: A lasting legacy!
SIR: President Muhammadu Buhari (GCFR) has described his Chief of Staff Abba Kyari as a “loyal friend and compatriot.” Kyari was a devoted Kanuri Muslim and a family man.
Implementation: The bane of African leadership
Sir: Leaders should focus more on the effective implementation of their projects and programmes; whereby they don’t just lead from top-down but also from bottom - up.
Nigerians have politicised coronavirus
Public health experts around the globe are yet to ascertain the cause of the coronavirus pandemic that was discovered in Wuhan, a popular city in China around wee days of the month of December 2019.
COVID-19: Business losses and online strategies
Sir: With the decision by President Muhammadu Buhari on April 13, to extend the lockdown for another two weeks, people are wondering, how long people will stay inside without income and how long people can survive this without the palliatives reaching them! Let me get right to the point.
With President Muhammadu Buhari surrounding himself with staff who are more than willing to talk before they think, and providing notable examples himself, critics of the administration
Coronavirus and tobacco industry duplicity
Sir: Lately, tobacco corporations have been getting special mention in the news just like they have always wanted. They crave the publicity.
Providing for the healthcare worker in periods of Epidemic
Coronavirus is now a nightmare to all including healthcare workers not because of the case fatality associated with the disease but because it is highly contagious. We have had contagious diseases in the past but nothing compared to what is currently being witnessed because virtually every country is affected.