Women empowerment as a panacea to poverty eradication in Nigeria

As the biggest oil exporter with the largest natural gas reserves in Africa and accounting for about 49% of West Africa's population; Nigeria is...

Nigerian elders, ruling class and generational injustice

It is a popular saying in our part of the world that “to mock your elders is to wreck the house where you have to stay tonight”. As youths, our...

World prices with Nigerian salary, exempt politicians

How do you cope with world prices on Nigerian salary? It is a question most Nigerians struggle with except those in politics and their...

National Dialogue: Whose Agenda?

Dialogue by definition, is a discussion intended to produce an agreement or result among participants who have an agreed serious topic(s) or a...

Nigeria: A land of Hannibal the cannibal?

“Terrorism in our country has risen to the point of gross insanity”  – David Bonaventure Mark, President, Nigeria’s Senate, March 2014. It is time for...

NIMET’s 2014 Rainfall Predictions: Matters Arising

A couple of weeks ago, the Nigeria Meteorological Agency presented its 2014 Seasonal Rainfall Prediction in Abuja. The SRP indicated that this year, Nigerians...

Philip Efiong: The forgotten hero of the Biafran war?

The Nigerian civil war is by far the greatest tragedy in terms of loss to civilian lives over such a short period of time...

If tomorrow does not come

Death has always been a dreaded mystery to many people. According to Gautama Buddha, “All beings tremble before danger. All fear death. All love...

What is the purpose of education in Nigeria?

It has become imperative on us to ask ourselves the questions of why do Nigerians go to school and what do they want to...

The Lord is here, but God is hard to find

Things have never been so bleak for believers today. The world is going through unprecedented economic challenges. Security in an increasingly insecure world is...

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