The cow is sacred no more
In my ombudsman column for the Trust titles last month, I wrote at length on what should be the role of the media in the anti-graft war at this point in time.
Saving the aviation industry from concession predators
The discussion about the aviation industry and not just the future of the Nigerian airport system is on the front burner once again as concession predators are rising nationwide.
UNILAG Confucius Institute stages road show
As part of its objectives to strengthen and deepen relationship between China and Nigeria, the Chinese Confucius Institutes of the University of Lagos ...
Chibok girls: Group wants Sunday, Friday declared National Thanksgiving Day
The National Inter-faith and religious Organisation of Nigeria for Peace has called on Christians and Muslim faithful in the country to use today and next Friday ...
Economic recession: Whose report will you believe?
Let me confess that I probably belong to the unenviable class of people bracketised as having a phobia for Information Technology advances, as I seldom patronise the very attractive network the social media offers for strictly personal reasons.
Recession and Nigeria’s disarticulated economy
Every economy managed according to the rules of capitalism may experience boom, recession or depression. Nigeria’s current recession has been in the pipeline ...
Auta: Disability is blessing in disguise
For Lois Auta, who was awarded the most valuable player for promoting disabled sports globally in the US in 2014, being struck by poliomyelitis, when she was only two years, was an opportunity ...
Aberration in governance
Last week I argued in favour of restructuring of a different kind. Instead of harping endlessly on the re-arrangement of the political and the economic structure of the country as the antidote ...