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Are You Building Capacity? You Could Start With Your Houseboy

My driver is obviously smart. He could be the next *insert big title of choice here*, so the question for me is, how can I help him reach into himself and discover his potentials?

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A Systematic Approach Towards The Reorientation Of Nigerian Values

I didn’t say the values don’t exist, because they do, in carefully compartmented recesses of our minds. Like our best clothes, we wear them to church on Sunday, after which we fold them back neatly into the wardrobe till next week…

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I Wrote JAMB Six Times

I wrote JAMB six times. Yes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 times! That’s 6 years. 6 years of buying, filling and submitting forms. Then waiting for exam centres to be released, having to go search for the location of those centres a week before the exam…

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Emmanuel Iduma – The Problem With Small Miracles

So, I was one of the cyberspace moralists that put in word for Okeoghene Ighiwoto, the now famous Nigerian patient who has been ‘saved’…

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What Has Snapped In Lagos?

I don’t have police records but I know for sure the crime rate in Lagos has gone progressively higher since January 2012. The question is what are we all going to do about it?

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Nigeria: The Yellow Fever Spat With South Africa

Much as one is encouraged with the idea of more bilateral cooperation between Nigeria and South Africa some issues still need to be attended to and addressed in Nigeria.

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Dialogue – Children’s TV And Nigeria’s Way Forward

The thought may not have crossed your mind but to me that is the answer to building a new Nigeria, the transformed Nigeria, the Nigeria I want my children to live in…

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Dialogue – Incentivising Sustainability

I’ve been thinking a lot about sustainability – both in my personal life, business and government…Today, I complained that I didn’t think the Imo State governor was making great moves for his state – spending more money than they could possibly afford in the long-term…

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Funmi Iyanda’s Chop Cassava

Multi award winning broadcaster, journalist, columnist and blogger, Funmi Iyanda is many things. And in the past few weeks, we’ve come to see yet another side to this young Nigerian media icon – the activist

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Yomi Adegboye: My Thoughts On Startups In Nigeria

I was present at the January 2012 edition of Mobile Monday Nigeria. It was an engaging time that gave those present the opportunity to take a look at the business side of technology…

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