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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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How To Get A Contract In Nigeria [Parody]

Just spotted this animated video on YouTube which essentially is a parody of how government contracts work in Nigeria…

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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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LAGOS – NO MAN’S LAND?

I used to think that Lagos was no man’s land until my encounter with Lagos landlords…

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When Is Real Change Going To Come? Fela Durotoye Reflects On Occupy Nigeria And The Future

We need a critical mass of new Nigerians to take hold of policy making decisions by 2015, not a few good men and women whose voices will get drowned in the cacophony of mediocrity…

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Bino and Fino Q & A on Facebook and Twitter

Bino and Fino cartoon creator, Adamu Waziri will be hosting a live Twitter and Facebook Q and A session. It will take place this Friday 27th January between 10 am and 4pm GMT. The Q and A will be of interest to parents and non-parents alike who are passionate about seeing more genuine African educational TV content for children.

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CUT THE WASTE: SQUEEZING WATER FROM THE ROCK

Judging by the 2012 budget, the govt has simply continued from where it left off in 2011 with its snout firmly in the trough of public expenditure…spending like there’s no tomorrow.

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419 Reasons To Like Nigeria

For too long, Nigeria and Nigerians have been readily associated with the online scams, financial crime and impersonation – termed ‘419’. However, beyond the unfortunate stereotyping, there are several positive characteristics and cogent intriguing traits of the country, Nigeria and its people, some of which are highlighted below as part of the ‘419 Reasons to […]

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Education is the currency of the information age

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My conversation with Professor Wole Soyinka

Writing is not usually what I do when I meet influential people. To a large extent, when I meet politicians, celebrities, famous poets, playwrights and footballers, I try my best to enjoy the conversation in that moment and that is it. I don’t ask for autographs nor take pictures. Though these famous people would leave […]

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