For Nigeria to develop….

During elections in Nigeria, we should vote for youthfulness, articulateness and genuine repositioning of the nation. We need to tackle the excesses of our bicameral legislature. A referendum should, if necessary, be considered. The country […]

Saudi Arabia’s efforts at modernisation

Saudi Arabia, the quintessential Sunni Wahabbhi country, wants to modernise, according to reports credited to Prince Faisal Al-Turki, one of the rising stars of that kingdom. This modernisation has to come with a lot of […]

Building a safe, prosperous future

The Universal Children’s Day is not simply a day to celebrate children for who they are. It is meant to bring succour to children around the globe who have been subjected to violence, abuses, exploitation […]

Oyo govt, revive Oyo Durbar stadium

We the people of Oyo town are pleading with the Oyo State government to please do something about our stadium that lacks proper management. The roof of the pavilion has been blown away by the […]

Ogun’s maiden education summit

The Greek philosopher, Aristotle, once said: “The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet.” Nelson Mandela also said: “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” […]

Unemployed youths and govt jobs

WE  must first of all appreciate the efforts of the Federal Government in its bid to employ the youths roaming the streets. However, some things need to be done right.There must be strict rules guiding […]

Let’s protect our environment

THE country has only eight national parks at the moment. As much as an International Day for Biological Diversity would help to raise awareness, its celebration in this part of the world seems already banal. […]

Learning from London’s economy of space

The Guardian newspaper has a reporter on vigil at Abuja House in London where President Muhammadu Buhari has repaired to. What really surprised me is the economy of space about everything in London; Abuja House […]

Treasuring our biodiversity

THE colossal figures that describe the loss of flora and fauna in Nigeria over the last two decades are so saddening. It simply points to the fact that the word “biodiversity” is just a well-known […]

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