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Threat of kidnapping

Violent crimes have become a major part of Nigeria, aggravating the security situation. Insurgency, militancy, armed robbery and kidnapping have become the order of the day.Kidnapping has become rampant in the country. According to…

On international day for eradication of poverty

Nigeria has overtaken India as the poverty capital of the world, which means Nigeria is the poorest country globally, according to the World Poverty Clock, as compiled by Brooking Institute.  About 86.9 million people in Nigeria are living…

Revocation of distribution licenses

Nigeria’s electricity regulator, the National Electricity Regulatory Commission, has indicated an intention to revoke the licenses of some distribution companies (DisCos); Abuja Electricity Distribution Company Plc (AEDC), Benin Electricity…

On procrastination

Procrastination is the thief of time. According to the Cambridge dictionary, “procrastination is the act of delaying something that must be done, often because it is unpleasant or boring. Procrastination happens when there are not enough…

Development of Nigeria’s entertainment industry

The Nigerian entertainment Industry has experienced a massive development over the years; the Nollywood of yesterday is no longer the same Nollywood that we have now. It  is currently ranked as the second largest in the world in terms of…

Role of Nigerian women in leadership

The value placed on professional and personal life is crucial to effective leadership skills. Women lack the opportunity and support they need to compete with men in areas like politics and leadership. Voters also fail to understand the…

No justification for fraud

It appears that internet fraud popularly known as ‘Yahoo Yahoo’ is the new hustle among today’s youths. This serious issue if not addressed seriously will dent and destroy the zeal for innovation in our society. Cyber crime is at its peak…