Apr 3rd, 2014
by Adebola Rayo In recent years, unemployability has become one of theleading causes of unemployment. Yes, you read that right – our youths and graduates, are simply unemployable. A good percentage of people who spent years acquiring degrees in our Nigerian universities come out unable to strin...
Feb 22nd, 2014
by Martins Esom Ancient wisdom agrees that there is nothing as constant change. As man moves from one era to another he is always accompanied by Mr. change. When in history he made attempts to resist change, he met a Brick wall. A time, events in life might push us to make a paradigm shift […]...
Dec 18th, 2013
Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan lost his majority in parliament on Wednesday after 37 lawmakers bolted his party for a new opposition coalition, the latest political blow to hit the embattled leader. In a letter presented to the speaker of the lower house, the lawmakers elected under Jona...
Dec 20th, 2012
By Paul Omoruyi There is always the proclivity to criticize and see all the wrong things going on around us in Nigeria. This is not unique to Nigeria and Nigerians. It is the human factor. As developed and advanced as the United States socio-political systems, some Americans (at least Republicans) wi...
In Crime & Corruption
Jan 18th, 2011
ONE, two, three, four, five…..17! That was the number of forged documents submitted by Rasheed Adekola at the Canadian Embassy in Lagos in order to obtain a student visa. That was not his first time. Adekola started applying for the visa in 2009 and had applied four times. Each time he submitted his ...