During the campaign season for the 2015 General Elections, someone claimed that petrol subsidy was a lie as petrol ought to cost around ₦40 per litre. Today, with the official price at ₦165, many Nigerians continue to hope for local refineries to achieve the promised low price … More ₦40 per Litre: Local Refining to Save Nigeria
How do you punish a cosmopolitan city like Lagos that has residents from all over the country shopping from the same markets? The “food embargo” has all the trappings of a poorly-thought move by some persons willing to cut off their nose to spite their face … More Of a Food Blockade and Common Sense
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?
Economic conditions, politics, and a culture that perpetuates entitlement have created a state where violence is high, unemployment is high, and people are leaving. … More Cry, My Beloved Port Harcourt
Fifty-six years after the British union jack was lowered, Nigeria is yet to be truly independent. Africa’s most populous nation simply exchanged colonial shackles with the shackles of independence … More Shackles of Independence
I’m supposed to post a recap of the lessons gained in Church yesterday. However, due to external cluelessness-induced reasons, that post would come later.