FACTORS THAT MAY PREVENT YOU FROM STARTING YOUR OWN BUSINESS(1)
On daily basis, I am woken up each day with phone calls, text messages and emails from many who want to start businesses. Some would tell me stories on how their work right…
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Waziri signed letters that exonerated accused politicians' By Idris Akinbajo June 25, 2011 10:40AM
In early 2009, Mohammed Buba Marwa, then Nigeria's ambassador to South Africa, became dissatisfied with his status as a diplomat. He wanted an elective executive position, which in our country gives virtual free rein for a leader to do as he pleases, calling the shots and dispensing patronage.
A former military administrator of Lagos…
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Nigeria: Terrorism Threat: Police Headquarters Bombed
I must confess that I am neither surprised by the brazen attack on the headquarters of the Nigeria Police, the almighty Louis Edet house in Abuja, by members of the Boko Haram Islamic sect, nor by the reaction of President Goodluck Jonathan. Why?
I was in Maiduguri and Bauchi August for over a week in 2009 after the Boko…Continue
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It will be easier for a camel to pass through the h*** of a needle than for Nigeria as nation to progress. Apart from the corrupt recycle leadership, the mentality exibits by majority of Nigerians make it not only difficult for Nigeria to progress as anation but also incacerates the few progressive ldeas necessary to push and affects changes. Like someone tell me, "corruption is no news to NIgerian's ear" so, has Nigerians endorsed corruption as national pastime, probably yes as majority of…Continue
Far away on the distance sea,
Your lovely face I long to see.
When’re the seas in anger foam and roar,
And in anguish, oceans their peril laid bare.
When the vessel on which we commute and toil
Wrestles with the swell and the deep:
Tossing us up and down.
And the sail and anchor seems not to avail
Your semblance is always there
To buoy my nerve and bid hopes to keep.
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Since the arrest of the former speaker of the house of representatives Mr Dimeji Bankole and his deputy Mr Nafada for corrupt practises involving billions of Naira, i've been asking myself some simple questions such as, if Mr Bankole won his re-election into the house,would he be standing trial today? The answer is a big NO! This scam would have been swept under the carpet and it will be business as usual while fellow Nigerians will continue to live in poverty in the middle of plenty. The…Continue
First Published in the Vanguard Newspapers, Sunday May 15, 2011.
As the Nigerian International Book Fair began in Lagos, Nigerian born but United States of America based writer and book promoter discusses how the new forms of social media can help to drive the future of book culture, market and promotion.
The Nigerian International Book Fair kicked off May…Continue
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STATE OF ENVIRONMENT: Gas Flaring in Nigeria
Gas flare is harmful gases release into the atmosphere, a variety of gaseous pollutants exist in gas flaring, including carbon dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide and other volatile organic compounds, including benzene and toluene. The…Continue
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Its very unfortunate and pathetic that despite the international community's condemnation of the Libyan Leader Mommar Gadhaffi, for his style of leadership, we still have people that are worse off in Nigeria. what is happening in my Community is a case far worse than that of Libya, Mental and Economic Slavery, Chevron has done a lot for the our oil-rich communites in terms of physical and human development but the leaders are sabotaging the efforts of the companies by amassing themselves…Continue
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