Seven Habits Of Great Leaders
MOTIVATING leaders are dynamic people who flex their leadership style to match their needs. These motivators are often relationship builders. They are interested in finding what makes an employee reach high levels of performance. Great leaders care more about the whole person, not only about his role as an employee. Thus, motivators are social leaders…
‘Some Educated People Think Artisans Know Nothing’
HE might, today, have been a soldier, busting Boko Haram insurgents in the North. Clad in army camouflage or some equally smart uniform, he might also have been in one of the many units that make up the Nigerian military. No doubt, he would have commanded more respect, more than some of his customers now…
Be Warned! That Rice Could Be Fake!
IT’S the season for merrymaking with plenty to eat and drink. As a result, bags of rice are everywhere. Some unscrupulous Nigerians, however, may be cashing in on increase in demand, pushing out consumers products from questionable sources.
Heroes Of This Fuel Scarcity
MY name is Abraham. I completed my NYSC more than two years ago. I now work at my unlettered uncle’s ‘black market’ filling station as a ‘foreman’ – that was the job he said he was employing me to do three months ago when I went to him for help about my unemployment predicament.
How Fuel Scarcity May Mar Yuletide
BARELY five days to Christmas, there are indications that celebrations may be blighted by acute shortage of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) popularly called petrol.
Police Come, We Settle Them,They Turn Back, Say Black Marketers
THE black market for Premium Motor Spirit (petrol) is booming. Although the trade is illegal and the product may not pass the quality test, it is sadly the most readily available supply outlet, and near-helpless buyers are availing themselves of it.
At Last Iyana Ejigbo! Rebirth Of Lagos State’s Worst Road
BARELY seven months into the life of his administration, Lagos State’s Governor Akinwunmi Ambode might have endeared himself to the hearts of thousands of Alimosho Local Government Area residents by performing what had seemed nearly impossible.
Lagos Traffic Jams: Ways To Avoid Them At Yuletide
AROUND the world, traffic jam is often the price for rapid development and a growing economy. It is often inescapable in metropolitan areas. It occurs when the volume of traffic leads to a demand for space that is greater than available road capacity.
Residents Groan, As Warehouses, Tokunbo Cars Overwhelm Ijesha
AS early as 7.20am, a 40ft container-laden trailer was already making its way into Ajijedibun street, through Agunlejika street, Ijesha, Surulere, Lagos. The smallish driver struggled to wheel the huge vehicle into the street dotted by fairly used (Tokunbo), and abandoned vehicles. At the same time, children of Florida Group of Schools headed to their…