Crumbled value system hurting our education, says Obasanjo
The inconsistency and incoherence, which have mired the country’s education sector, are a fall-out of our warped value system, so says ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo.
At Women’s Power Lunch, Banda seeks more leadership positions for female gender
For decades, the narrative around women on the continent focused on docile, oppressed and second class gender. History from the continent, more or less ...
Once upon a July morning
In my father’s household, the Nigerian Civil War was a daily presence. This was because my eldest brother, Adeyinka, was at the war front. He had joined the army in 1960 after he left Okemesi Grammar School, Okemesi-Ekiti.
Obasanjo, Elumelu, Oramah canvass entrepreneurship, intra-Africa trade
Entrepreneurship development and free flow of trade within the continent is the only way Africa can improve its economic fortunes and the dwindling transactions profile.
Senate clears National Assembly of budget padding
“There is nothing like budget padding. If it is the National Assembly that works on the budget, then you don’t call it padding because padding is like an illegality."
Civil servants kick, want Buhari to reverse suspension of eight-year tenure
Some months ago, news about the tenure policy in the Federal Civil Service came as a rude shock to federal workers, who had the hope of reaching the peak of their career which is the rank of a permanent secretary.
Nigeria in recession, says Adeosun, Udoma disagrees
Finance Minister, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, who briefed the Senate on the state of the economy was blunt. She told the lawmakers yesterday that the country’s economy has entered a recession stage.
Falae: Political corruption spurs corruption in other sectors
"I will say on both because in my case I cannot accuse the military of actively rigging the election, but there was benign connivance."