TRAFFIC GRIDLOCK IN LAGOS: THE WAY FORWARD   By Oluwole Sheriff Olusanya   Kenneth is a banker; he is in the employment of one of the first-generation commercial banks with branches spread across the length and breadth of the country. The father of...
Lessons from an inevitable departure   By Richard Mammah   As had been anticipated, the fall of Robert Mugabe has finally happened and now it is time for the reflections and lessons. As a growing child in Nigeria in the middle to closing years...
 Saving our girls from the scourge of unwanted pregnancies By Oluwole Olusanya   Yesterday was that National Children's day. Having to grow up in Ikotun - a low Income community in the suburb of Lagos State came with its inherent disadvantages. One...
By Nkem Ndem On the first day of November every year, my mother calls to remind me that my birthday is just 9 days away. I don’t know why she does it, but it has since become the tradition. Just...
Thoughts on the National Question By Femi Fani-Kayode    Given the unfolding events in our country I believe that this is the time for deep introspection and sobre reflection.   I am not a member of IPOB, I have never attended any IPOB meeting...
    CONFLICT FREE NATION (CFN) PRESS RELEASE ON IPOB AND NIGERIAN MILITARY ACTIVITIES               Since the return to civilian rule in 1999, Nigeria is plagued at present with the most difficult challenges. These challenges stem out of the Boko Haram insurgency...
The practical guide for restructuring Nigeria series 1 By Mbe Mbanga   Let me offer my practical thoughts on how we can get out of the present Nigerian socio-political quagmire. This is the 2017 budget estimate of the SE states:   Abia 102.5 bn Anambra 115.5...
  IS NIGERIA THE NEXT HAITI? By Pat Utomi Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Poverty pummels the Island country just as ferocious Hurricanes visit it from time to time with fury and the anger of a violated person....
  COUNTDOWN TO MY BETDAY: WHEN AGE IS NO MORE ‘JUST A NUMBER’   Last Friday, 28th July, 2017, the same day I posted my article about the last Local Government Elections (https://shegzsablezs.blogspot.com.ng/2017/07/last-saturdays-local-government.html), I was out for lunch with a female friend...
Focusing on refugees, foreigners rights and African brotherhood For decades now, relations between Nigeria and Cameroon have been a ding dong-affair. Now that rupture is becoming even more problematic. Going down memory lane, the reader would recall the machinations of the...

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