First they came for the road, then air, and then rail… While the security situation in Nigeria yearns for effective intervention, Nigerians desperately need redemption from wickedness, bitterness, and a proclivity for irresponsible deflection of responsibility … More A Nation in Need of Redemption
Metele is a shame. Metele is saddening. Metele is one massacre too many. Metele should never have occurred. Metele should not happen anywhere else ever again. … More Metele: A Fork in History?
With a pen, paper, and maybe a printer, the federal government can achieve Boko Haram’s dream. You don’t really need bombs to close schools. Simply price education above the reach of the population … More The Murder of My Alma Mater
The media is awash with reports of President Buhari’s trip to the United States of America. Among all the reasons for this diplomatic visit, one important reason has turned out to be a waste of time. The American government is sticking to its stand that it won’t sell weapons to Nigeria.
As an engineering undergraduate student, one of the requisite courses at my institution was a course on management. Industrial Law & Management introduced students to the ethos of management, our very own undergraduate “MBA” course. That little glimpse left a lasting impression on some of us.
Every day, millions of Nigerians use commercial buses to get to their various destinations. Most times, the buses are quiet all through the journey, but sometimes, passengers engage in discussions on issues of common interest. Here’s my recount of one of such discussions—the Bus Parliament. … More The Bus Parliament