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Author: Tayo Elegbede Jet

Why You Should Worry About Nigeria

Thursday, May 5, 2016
If recent reports from Nigeria rsquo;s data powerhouse, National Bureau of Statistics, have much to glean from, then, the assertions of a dead economic nation might hold true, a glaring reason you should be worried about Nigeria. This is certainly not the best of season for the Nigeria rsq ...

Beyond Politics: The Value Of Voting

Friday, January 2, 2015
Voting is not just a right; it is a sacred civic responsibility. Few days from now, Nigerians above eighteen will have the opportunity to exercise their rights as citizens and cast their votes for the person(s) they think will best represent and guide them through the next four years and perhaps ...

2015 ELECTIONS: WHAT NIGERIAN YOUTHS WANT

Tuesday, May 27, 2014
One of the cardinal points of democracy is electioneering. Election is believed to be an avenue where citizens particularly those of voting age participate in governance by voting individuals who will govern them over a period of time. Ahead of the February 2015 general elections in Nigeria, conc ...

NIGERIA AND THE RIGHT TO KNOW

Saturday, September 28, 2013
Information is the oxygen of democracy. Today is the International Right to Know Day (IRKD) and for a nascent democracy like Nigeria there is much to celebrate just as there are much more to be concerned about. On this day the world shines its spotlight on the legal principle that citizens have ...

Youth Migration: Africa In Focus—Elegbede Tayo

Friday, August 16, 2013
The instinct for survival and the quest for sustenance are running fundamentals of human existence. They propel the human mind towards aiming and achieving, confronting and conquering, hence, when the mind feels hopeless and helpless in a certain geographical space over a period of time, there is al ...

ADDRESSING NIGERIA’S UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION CHALLENGE

Friday, April 26, 2013
Education either formal or informal is the bedrock of any human and social development. It liberates the mind, expands thoughts, broadens horizons, connects generations and promotes intellectual exploration and expression. Undoubtedly, investing in education is the single most effective means of red ...

GENDER INEQUALITY: THE NIGERIAN CASE

Sunday, November 4, 2012
Women are more than fifty percent of the world's population. They perform two-third of the world's work, yet receive one-tenth of the world's income and own one-hundredth of the world's property. They represent a staggering seventy percent of the world's one billion poorest people. This is a stack d ...