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Author: Rotimi Olawale

Gender Based Violence and Abuse of Human Rights ag

Monday, August 1, 2016
Migrating from their home countries to another in search for a better ldquo;economic pasture rdquo; has been an intrinsic gesture in many African countries, due to huge infrastructural deficit, instability in government, slowing economy, increased youth unemployment and sometimes violence, many ...

Recovering Nigeria’s Refugees and IDPs: A Fight Worth Fighting

Monday, June 20, 2016
Nigeria has been ranked among nations with high number of displaced persons and refugees; this record is solely linked to insecurity challenges faced by the country in the recent past, where thousands were killed by the dreadful terrorist group-Boko Haram and millions displaced across the country ...

Nigeria: Crashing Oil Wealth And The Urgent Call For Diversification

Monday, June 13, 2016
Currently, Nigeria rsquo;s economy is faced with venomous challenges- 27 of the 36 states in Nigeria are unable to pay workers rsquo; salaries, the existing infrastructures are swiftly becoming poor while new ones are not in place, power generation has degenerated significantly, the financial sys ...

Olawale Rotimi-Opeyemi: Is Street Begging Becoming A Profession In Nigeria?

Thursday, May 5, 2016
The cultural, religious, political and economic factors in Nigeria encourage street begging in Nigeria. On the basis of culture and religion, giving alms is pivotal to receiving help from the supernatural being, becoming prosperous and enjoying longevity of life. On the other hand, the pe ...

Olawale Rotimi At Mobile West Africa 2016

Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Good evening, I wish to share the summary of my presentation with you at the Mobile West Africa 2016. MWA2016 At the Mobile West Africa 2016, I evaluated mobile opportunities with government. In doing this, I defined the problems Nigerian government is facing and how technology ...

Violence in Nigeria: Causes, Effects and Solutions

Monday, April 25, 2016
Violence in Nigeria in its various forms has evolved over the decades; from use of traditional weapons, charms and hamlets, violence in Nigeria has taken sophisticated dimension. Political, electoral, religious, ethnic/tribal, cultism and other forms of violence are dominant in the Nigerian socie ...

Media Has Changed But Journalism Remains

Monday, April 11, 2016
The media has evolved rapidly in the last decade with the innovation of e-platforms. These platforms have simplified communications for everyone. In simple term, media implies the main means of mass communication (television, radio, newspaper, and the internet). Journalism on the other hand means ...

Strategies for Rehabilitating IDPs in Nigeria

Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Internally Displaced Persons in Nigeria suffer disproportionately from different problems such as malnutrition, sickness, insecurity in the camps, lack of access to education, idles among others. The vulnerability of displaced persons is a major reason why sustainable strategies for rehabilitatio ...

Education In Rural Nigeria: An Assessment

Thursday, March 3, 2016
In the Nigeria rsquo;s National Policy on Education (FRN 1998), it is stated that the Federal Government has adopted education as an instrument for effecting National Development in all areas of the nation. However, this does not reflect the situation in rural Nigeria where there is overwhelming ...

Domesticating International Treaties In Nigeria

Monday, February 15, 2016
International treaties will continue to be mere documents in countries who are signatories to them if their significance is not felt by the people in those countries. It is not enough for a sovereign state to ratify a treaty in the international community framework, it is more important for such ...

Nigeria Beyond Crude Oil

Friday, February 12, 2016
Since crude oil was discovered in Nigeria, the nation economy has taken a mono-cultural dimension with total reliance on oil revenue. Prior to this period, being a country with vast agro-ecology and agricultural resources which enable efficient growth of various crops and animals, Nigeria rsquo;s ...

Nigeria Today: Has Anything Changed After The Change?

Wednesday, December 2, 2015
After a stretch of poor governance in Nigeria for sixteen uninterrupted years, Nigerians home and abroad demanded for a ldquo;change rdquo;. That the change requested for is uniform in ideology to Nigerians is apparently not clear. Under the ldquo;change rdquo; cloud, some Nigerians desperately ...

Unemployment And The Challenges Of Starting A Business In Nigeria

Friday, November 27, 2015
With a growing population of over 170 million people, unemployment remains on top of the list of social problems confronting Nigeria for several years. The inability of the government to provide employment opportunities for graduates or enabling environment for self-employment/business to strive, ...
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