Where is Africa in the new world?
As forces of globalisation, disruptive and innovative technologies are shaping country and global competiveness...
Before NASS creates 80 varsities, polys and COEs - Part 3
Not a few have quoted this message, which has been consistently attributed to a university don in South Africa, Africa’s leading nation...
Macron calls for global cooperation to cut off funds to extremists
French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday called for more cooperation to deny jihadist movements the financing they need to carry out attacks, as dozens of ministers met to discuss how to cut off funds for extremists.
416 donors to IS identified in France
French authorities have identified 416 people who gave money to the Islamic State (IS) group, France's top anti-terror prosecutor said Thursday, as dozens of ministers met to discuss how to cut off funds for extremists.
What Nigeria’s signing of the OECD’s multilateral instrument means for taxpayers
When the international community agreed there was a need to fix the international tax rules through the BEPS project, one of the problems they had to address was how to ensure that the recommendations from the project....
Expert links genuine passion to effective teaching
The Chief Executive Officer, Standard Mandate International (SMI), Mr Nelson Ayodele has posited that for teachers to deliver effectively in classrooms, they must have strong passion for the subjects they teach.
Restructuring Nigeria: Decentralisation for national cohesion
A presentation by John Nnia Nwodo, President-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo on behalf of the organisation on the current agitations for restructuring of the Nigerian federation at the Royal Institute of International Affairs...
Corruption, insurgency and the challenges of development
While addressing participants at the meeting of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris, the other day, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo observed that corruption
Nigeria, France to collaborate on fight against terrorism
Nigeria and France will continue to deepen the robust diplomatic, economic and military relationships between the two countries, even as they indicate their readiness to explore new ways to confront and defeat terrorism ideologies.