Which way Nigeria @60?
At 60, Nigeria is totally dysfunctional and fragmented. This is not the idea of what a nation properly so-called should be. Unity of purpose is lacking among the component groups; the different elements within the country are at war against another other all the time.
Okei-Odumakin calls for more isolation centres, testing sites
Dr Joe Okei-Odumakin, President, Centre for Change, has called on Federal Government to increase the number of isolation centres and testing sites in order to contain spread of COVID-19 pandemic as cases hit 627
Okei-Odunmakin joins Project Enable Africa as chairperson of FollowDisAct campaign
• To Sensitise 100million Nigerians On Rights Of Disabled Persons Rights activist and President of the Women Arise for Change Initiative, Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin has been appointed chairman, Board of Advisors, Project Enable Africa, a non-profit initiative with primary focus on empowerment of persons with disabilities. Project Director of the initiative, Mr. Olusola Owonikoko, who made…
Soyinka, others remember Abiola, urge action against insecurity, poverty
Some eminent Nigerians, including Nobel Laureate Prof. Wole Soyinka, have urged the Federal Government to go the extra mile in tackling the myriad...
Tribute to Kudirat Abiola, heroine of Nigeria’s democracy
She had the eerie premonition of her impending death. But she decided to move out on that fateful day, braving the odds and ultimately paid...
Why there is low turnout in Lagos, by observer
Domestic observers monitoring the ongoing governorship and state Assembly elections have said the voter apathy recorded in Lagos was as a result of violence and insecurity experienced in the February 23 Presidential elections. Speaking with journalists, president of Women Arise for Change Initiative, Dr Joe Okei-Odumakin noted that unavailability of ad-hoc staff of the Independent…
Criminalise vote-buying to prevent recurrence in Osun election, says Okei-Odumakin
Dr Joe Okei-Odumakin, President of WA, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Lagos that the act of vote-buying would further subject the nation to ridicule, locally and internationally.
Sympathisers offer prayers at MKO Abiola’s Abeokuta family house
Human right activist, Dr. Joe-Okei Odumakin, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to “complete” the post-humous honour he conferred on late Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale (MKO) Abiola, winner of the June 12, 1993 presidential election, by declaring him as one of the former presidents of the country.