Tag Archives: Nigeria

MY TAKE ON “THE PROSPERITY PARADOX”

Earlier this year when Abdulwahab Oseni, a friend of mine was sharing screenshots of a book he was reading on his Whatsapp status, I reached out to him to find out the title of the book. When he said The … Continue reading

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2015 POLLS: WHY ALL NIGERIANS MUST PARTICIPATE

Almost everywhere you turn, the discussions centre on politics. It is another general election year in Nigeria and so it is not surprising that the streets, offices and media are all agog with political discussions. My friend, Opeyemi Tegbe returns … Continue reading

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SEEDS OF KINDNESS

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” -Maya Angelou You’ve often heard that – people don’t care how much you know until … Continue reading

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AS WE CELEBRATE 15 YEARS OF DEMOCRACY

For many weeks last year, one of the first things I did when I got to work on Mondays was play a particular track from Beautiful Nubia’s Fere album – ohun oju nri (what the eyes see). The opening lines … Continue reading

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STATE OF OUR NATION: WHAT WE COULD HAVE AVOIDED

The last time I wrote an article on politics was in 2011. What changed? Many things. However, I’m not the author of today’s post. It was written by a colleague-turned friend, a great guy I met in the work place, … Continue reading

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