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Author: Abiola Ayodeji Gbemisola

Buharism, Buharitics And Buhariconomy: Assessments

Friday, May 27, 2016
Without doubt, President Muhamadu Buhari (PMB) ascended office as the President of Nigeria, the largest black nation in the world and the powerhouse of the African continent in one of the most intriguing elections in Africa. It was just about 2 million votes that separated and sealed the victory ...

The WHATSAPP Revolution!

Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Some seven (7) years ago many individuals within my age bracket,and were internet phone users were either active users of the then popular 2go mobile chatting platform or a BBMwhen it came to interacting and chatting with friends close and far. Of course this is not to say other platforms ...

Making a case for Acting and Valuing Followership

Wednesday, April 20, 2016
At every point in time in every a society or any form of arrangement wherein a set of people have agreed to live and organise themselves together through a realisation that they are much more better, that way, than the state of nature, there is always a cadre of responsibility expressed and inher ...

Nigeria At 55: Between Buhari And A New Nigeria

Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Christened Nigeria, on perhaps that calm and cold night of 1914 by the soon-to-be wife of Lord Frederick Luggard (then Colonial Governor-General of Nigeria), Flora Shaw; after the River Niger, bringing about 923,768km2 of landmass, that is bounded to the South by the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlanti ...

‚ÄčOn This Graduating Issue

Sunday, July 5, 2015
Yes, I proclaimed loudly to myself, ldquo;I am now in my final year, I have just a session left, then I will be free. rdquo; Obviously, that means, free from tests, lectures, the stress and all associated with being a student in a government owned university in Nigeria. As I ponder ...

How Broadband Can Catapult Nigeria Towards Economic Development

Friday, March 20, 2015
According to the 2013 rebased GDP data of Nigeria, the telecommunications and information services sector contributed 8.68% ($44.3billion) to the newly rebased GDP figure of $522billion. This sector which was one of the newly added sectors to GDP computation statistics along with other sectors th ...

My Dad Is A Politician

Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Ninety percent of the politicians give the other ten percent a bad reputation-Henry A. Kissinger And so over the past few weeks, or maybe months, I have met some new people and over the course of my interaction with them, I have gotten a response like my dad is a politician when I a ...

A Dream For The Nigerian Police Force

Monday, October 13, 2014
Personally for me, I love movies and I have watched a lot of them from Hollywood, Bollywood to our dear Nollywood. One thing I gain from watching movies is its ability to broaden my perception and knowledge about a people, their culture and their ideas just to mention a few. Across these m ...

WINNING WITHOUT CRUDE OIL

Sunday, October 12, 2014
When the 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP ended over three months ago. Followers of the 4-Year football mundial were thrilled from the kickoff on June 12th till the estatic moment as the Germany's Captain Philip Lahm raised up the cup in celebration of their win over Argentina in that Final match. Many will n ...

SOCIAL SANITY versus SOCIAL MEDIA

Friday, August 15, 2014
Ever since the advent of mobile devices as the new millennium dawned upon us in Nigeria, I have been opportune to use different kinds of phones. As the market improved with new models also did my taste change. Blackberry, Nokia, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony Ericson and Tecno I have used most of it. T ...