IT’S IWOBI TO THE RESCUE

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For the first time in recent past we were in control of our own boat and the good news is Nigeria’s world cup qualification for the world s greatest football fiesta. For years our qualification often rests on the screens of calculators as we love to embrace the mathematical principles […]

STILL ON BUHARIS GOVERNING STYLE

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  While Basking in the euphoria of the leaked memo. Our generation faces a tough question, one that compels us to look backward and thereby connect the dots. Where did we get it wrong? Why do we still believe in the sanctimonious doctrine of the current administration, one mired in […]

HOW TO PREVENT MONKEY POX

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In just days after we celebrated Nigeria’s 57th independence anniversary, we are faced by health hazard known as the monkey pox. Of course to Nigerians scenarios like this are not new, the Lassa fever and Ebola are just a handful of such occurrences. But what do we know about the […]

NNPC GMD’s $25Billion saga

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The memo by the Minister of state for petroleum affirmed my feelings about the present administration. And it raises several questions that needed to be answered. Should we continue to hope Nigeria will be better? Since about forty years ago our parent has been preaching to us that it will […]

Nigeria at the Last mile and my 2 – 0 Prediction

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  On the street and across farm stead there is a collective sense of patriotism and optimism especially for football lovers.  The Nigerian male football national team is almost in Russia for the world’s greatest football fiesta. Victories over Zambia, Algeria and the 4-0 white wash of African champions Cameroun […]

A COUNTRY AMONG THISTLES.

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I often sit down to wonder the kind of country we are. I’ve often heard my parents lament on how Ghanaians that was sent away by Nigeria has overtaken her and become a tree under whose canopy Nigerians find shelter. I’ve always wondered why my country keep moving in circles […]

Nigerians and Their Technology Usage

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Most people of the world have a very keen interest in technology products and gadgets, and Nigerians are no exception. We all look forward to the release of a new gadget but when we get our hands on these new ‘toys’ we don’t really use them to their full potentials. […]

NIGERIA: A COUNTRY AT A CROSS ROAD

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It has been weeks since Nigeria officially exited recession with the economy growing at 0.55% from the initial -0.91% in the 1st quarter of 2017. In this context, the argument is open ended. However, this resurging tone of economic recuperation is once again threatened by insecurity from the south eastern […]

ECONOMIC PARADOX IN NIGERIA

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Nigeria is a middle-income, mixed economy and emerging market, with expanding manufacturing, financial, service, communications, technology and entertainment sectors. It is ranked as the 21st largest economy in the world in terms of nominal GDP, and the 20th largest in terms of purchasing power parity. It is the largest economy […]

3D Technology and the Imperatives of Nigeria’s Missed Chances

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For much of history, the fundamental springboard of economic growth has been the effective use of technology in advancing the life and ideas of societies. From the steam engine to the self-evident Information Technology (I.T.), the story hasn’t changed, each one exuding new waves of innovation and opportunities. However, the […]

Nigeria Out of Recession; Cause for Joy or Alarm?

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On Monday 4th September 2017, the National Bureau of Statistics released its Nigerian Gross domestic report. According to this report, the economy recorded a positive growth after five consecutive quarters of contractions since Q1 2016. The NBS, which declared Nigeria’s worst recession in 29 years, said on Tuesday, that the […]

REBRANDING THE NIGERIAN FASHION INDUSTRY

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The direct contribution of the UK fashion industry to the UK economy is estimated at £28bn, up from £26bn in 2013, according to data from Oxford Economics, the consultancy, published by the British Fashion Council. The UK fashion industry is also estimated to support 880, 000 jobs (up from 797, […]

Nigeria’s Technological Illiteracy and our Security

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Nigeria’s Technological Illiteracy and our Security As of 2016, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) released its Road Transport Data which analyzed how many road accidents were recorded that year, how many injuries, deaths etc. occurred as a result of these accidents. This is just a cross-section of the problems […]

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