University administration is one of the most daunting jobs in the education sector, and to some extent, the larger society. Perhaps, this informed the decision by governments
All those who write articles for newspapers and magazines and those who labour in the book’s vineyard have every reason to frown today because our nation’s reading habit
As Nigeria’s children mark their day on this very occasion, governments at all levels must find ways of addressing most of their nagging problems. Education today has seemingly moved
I have always tried to imagine what stage our industrialisation would have been today if successive governments have continued the development process from where their predecessors stopped
Let me tell you about my new hobby. It is called, believe me, looking under the carpet. Sounds rather crazy for a hobby but that is the beauty of it. The carpet is an ordinary piece of home furniture
2 Jul 2020
Governments, civil society, law enforcement agents, the courts, and parents need to take the issue of rape very seriously today.
2 Mar 2020
Chief executives of the global professional accountancy bodies have called on government across the world, to create policy and regulatory infrastructure necessary for the transition
19 Nov 2019
A report the other day that only four of the 36 states in the country are viable is disturbing and demands urgent action of the governments and people of Nigeria to cause a change in this negative situation.
23 Sep 2019
Whereas across Nigeria, all cultures value old age and celebrate it, officialdom apparently views it otherwise. For the greater part of the last two decades, it seemed that old age is a curse, from the prism of officialdom.
17 Sep 2019
Over time, the idea of 100 days in office has been used to measure the success or failure of governments. While famous American writer and author, Kenneth T. Walsh, believes that 100 days should not be the ideal yardstick to establish the success or otherwise of a leader or government
15 Aug 2019
Increasingly, Nigeria may have started a gradual return to the old regional framework upon which the country gained independence. This is more so with the rising stridency of voices from the regional blocks that not only make input to the national discourse but vehemently act as opposition to the centrist government in Abuja.
15 May 2016
We cannot go back to the 1960s or pre 1960s arrangement. It is definitely not in the best interest of the minorities in the various parts of the country.