Maximising demographic dividend in Nigeria
Demographic dividend is simply the economic growth potential that can result from shifts in a population’s age structure, mainly, when the share of the working age group...
The bumpy road to youth’s inclusiveness in governance
The dawn of this week signaled the celebration of youths as Sunday, August 14 was the International Youth Day, a day designated by the United Nations (UN) to celebrate young individuals across the world.
Are we losing the hidden paradise in our youth?
There is an urgent need to engage on a national project on the recovery of the troubled mindset of millions of Nigerian Youth who are predominantly hooked on the Internet as a gateway to wealth through fraudulent means. “The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell…
Sigma Pensions launches platform to empower Nigerian youth
Sigma Pensions, one of Nigeria’s licensed pension fund administrators is has introduced Sigma clique, one of the most innovative information digital platforms.
Banker tasks youths in financial sector on discipline, others
The outgoing Company Secretary, FBN Holdings, Tijjani Borode, said this while sharing his 30-year experience in the banking industry with journalists in Lagos at the weekend.
Nigeria is a lost nation
Why should a country have the number without it amounting to anything? Maybe this question is not as important as when we want to make the number we have count as a nation.
‘How Nigeria can achieve sustainable development goals’
Despite huge resources, Nigeria, Africa’s leading economy is faced with extreme poverty forcing about 100 million (more than 60.9 per cent) people to live on less than a $1 per day.
Political participation: Is age limiting the Nigerian youth?
The minimum age-limit to contest for the highest office in the land, the Presidency, was brought down from 40 to 35, while the age qualifications to run for a governorship seat and a seat in the House of Representatives were reduced by five years—to 30 and 25 years respectively.