Three years after a law was enacted to ban demanding police reports as a requirement for treatment, we still have gunshot victims being denied care. Many Nigerians continue to be gruesomely murdered, not by a gun, but by a dysfunctional system that does not care about their lives and dreams. … More Illegal Deaths: Saving Gunshot Victims in Nigeria
In today’s world, one set of conspiracy theories are feigning righteous indignation and accusing another set of spreading conspiracy theories. For them, it is all about acquiring power. Nothing else matters; not even the desecration of their national institutions. … More America: A Tale of Two Conspiracists
2020 was a year in which the world embraced changes it would have deemed unacceptable in other years. Now, we look on to 2021 with hope for redemption … More 2021: A New Beginning?
Three elements highlight a personal commitment to excellence … More Unveiling the Jilomes Brand
If we truly want a democratic system that works, we would seek to involve a majority of Nigerians in the electoral process by removing hurdles to seamless participation during elections … More INEC and a Chance for Real Elections
In two weeks, Nigerians have witnessed peaceful protests transform into bloody riots; causing fresh emotional, physical and economic wounds, and reopening old wounds that have failed to heal. Would we change course towards true healing, or would we continue until all hell breaks loose? … More #EndSARS: A Nation in Need of Healing
How has Nigeria fared over six decades of independence?
Review the data, looking at selected indices for Nigeria and some countries, and decide whether Nigeria needs accolades or knocks … More Nigeria at 60: A Thousand Words in a Graph
With the recent increase in electricity tariffs in Nigeria, do you know it would cost around ₦12 to boil 3 litres of water to bathe?
Find out how this compares with using kerosene or cooking gas … More Electricity, Gas & Kerosene: Which is Cheaper?
Assuming you came expecting some grand pontification on the egregious tradition of looting public funds, let me extend an apology for the unexpected deception. This is an article about staying safe at work. Now that I have been forgiven, I hope you would learn a thing or two from the following paragraphs.
Africa cannot develop except we collectively let go of mediocrity, embrace synergy, enhance our human capital, and take full responsibility for ordering our destiny … More Continental Builders Called the African Youth