We have blamed British colonialism, neocolonialism, the Civil War, and everything else for Nigeria’s poor state of development and suffered evils. But 62 years after “independence”, Nigerians have not realised it is time to draw a line, rewrite our story and chart a path to development. Now, Queen Elizabeth II is dead, and we blame her even for things to which we actively contributed. … More Who Made It Anathema to Move On?
The first choice problem solving tool in Nigeria is to announce a military-style ban. Whether the ban would be effective or even worsen matters is not something for ban-loving officials to bother about. If something poses a challenge, ban it! … More For the Love of Bans
Nigeria is in a fixable mess. … More Nigeria and a Season of Tough Decisions
One company in the deserts made more profit in just over a month than the Nigerian Government’s likely revenue for 2022. With far less revenues and far more costs, can the Nigerian version deliver massive petrodollars like its Arab egbon? … More Saudi Aramco Made $48 Billion in Three Months, So What?
For many Nigerians who fit certain criteria, one tugging issue today is whether or not to japa—a decision important enough to make or mar a person’s life and relationships … More To Japa or Not to Japa
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
Despite sustained gaslighting, the events of 20 October 2020 at Lekki Toll Gate cannot be washed away. One year later, nothing has really changed, and nothing may change because the issues transcend the police. To truly end SARS, Nigeria as a system must change! … More #EndSARS: 365 Days from October the Twentieth
Nigeria is better off staying as one country; however, no human should be forced to stay where he or she does not wish to be, except in prison for a real crime. If IPOB seeks Biafra, they are within their rights, but their strategies should not dabolic … More Of Biafra, IPOB and Diabolic Strategies
If the Nigerian economy were stronger and unemployment rates were low, those whose job is to scam the jobless would have had less targets, but as the unemployed crowd seek jobs, crooks continue their rampage unchallenged … More Of Scams that Seek the Unemployed
A version of the Petroleum Industry Act 2021 that can be searched electronically; with bookmarks for each Chapter and Part … More Download Petroleum Industry Act 2021 (OCR Version)