2013: Nigeria Requires Visionary Leadership

CBN Policy On Cash Withdrawal Limit Is A Human Right Violation

Frank Tietie Esq.

Stop and think for a moment that the WEEKLY over-the-counter (OTC) cash withdrawals by individuals and corporate entities would no longer exceed N100,000 and N500,000, respectively. How does this kind of policy directive help individuals and businesses? Why do we often assume that the people who run that CBN know how to manage monetary policies ... Read more

Chatham House, Tinubu’s Drug Case, And The Press

The much-touted lecture at Chatham House in London, England, where the presidential candidate of the All-Progressives Party (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, was expected to finally come clean with the Nigerian people turned out a monumental embarrassment. But the press must not fall for its frenzy. It is nothing but a fragment of a long-running sc ... Read more

Climate Change; Between Harriman And kayanja Ideologies 

Jerome-Mario Chijioke Utomi

The debate on climate change is among the most presently discussed topics on the surface of the earth. All these years, I have, going by the commentaries from the Western world believed that Africa’s non commitment to the call for global action on climate change was responsible for the real and imaginary challenges confronting the continent. ... Read more

2023: Beyond Sentiments, Nigeria Needs A Good Leader To Reposition The Economy

It is not an overstatement to say that there has been a worsening crisis of misgovernance, noticeable undemocratic practices, increasing cases of insecurity, clear shreds of evidence of poor political representation,and apparent signs of general underdevelopment in Nigeria as a democratic country. All these are largely due to pervasive and widespre ... Read more

A Colloquial Note On Tinubu’s Global Dance

Bola Tinubu, a Lagosian almost by social birth and political maturation, knows the Nigerian social world and systematically shows it on the international scene through a combination of politics and dance to any human with eyes. Meaning his show of international campaigning and political moves while dancing excitingly to Kizz Daniel’s hit song ... Read more

Do We Truly Need Peter Obi?

Nigeria is one of the largest countries in the world, richly endowed with natural resources like coal, gypsum, rock-salt, iron ore, talc, bauxite, gemstone, kaolin, tantalite, bitumen, gold, limestone, baryte, bentonite, oil, etc., yet a lot of its citizens remain abjectly poor. However, for some Nigerians to survive they must beg for bread on the ... Read more

Sheikh Sulaimon Farouq Onikijipa: A Deviation From The Norm

Sheikh Sulaimon Farouq Onikijipa

The popular Islamic scholar, Sheikh Sulaimon Farouq Onikijipa, is the Mufti (a Muslim legal expert who is empowered to give rulings on religious matters) of Ilorin Emirate. Writings abound on the life and living of the notable scholar who was recently honoured by the president of Nigeria, Major General Muhammad Buhari (Rtd), with the title of Offic ... Read more

Data Mining As The New Oil – Case S

I was privileged to attend Kings College Lagos – the only Federal Governme ...
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Cheer, Chant, and Dejunk: Tidy Japa

“But in Japan, tidiness in public spaces is widely accepted as a virtue. S ...
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Abuse oI The Naira: Will CBN Fulfil

Matthew Ma

“We must respect, protect, manage, and handle our new money efficiently an ...
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"Abracadabra” Nigeria 2023 - Quintu

One cannot eat crab in secret. At the beginning of the year, I ha ...
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Aminu Mohammed, A Student, Is A Dis

First Lady, Aisha Buhari with Student Aminu Muhammad It is reasonable to assu ...
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