The ever-present, yet, ambiguous nature of cryptocurrency as a means of exchange among other transactions has made it difficult for financial regulators to accept crypto financing as a standard in the financial market. On February 5, 2021, Nigeria, through its central bank banned the use of cryptocurrency and offenders to face grave penalties due to […] Read Full Story
Are you trying to decide between Wix vs WordPress to build your website? While WordPress is the most popular website builder in the world, it is not the only option. After seeing TV commercials for Wix, some of our users asked us to do a… Read More »
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The only thing worse than the alleged attack Justice Danladi Umar, chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal, executed on Clement Sargwak, 22, a security guard at Banex Plaza, Abuja, was the official statement from his office which called Nigerians “low personalities”. A video of the incident showed Umar slapping Sargwak, and had him on […] Read Full Story
Four weeks after the take off of Etó, the electronic truck call-up system introduced by the Nigerian Ports Authority(NPA), it could be tempting to dismiss it as one of those futile governmental initiatives. Last week, three weeks into the deployment of the app, which is expected to take over the movement, scheduling, entry and exit […] Read Full Story
Why is Nigeria so unlucky? A country of over 200 million people and with thousands of intellectual giants, always led, or perhaps, hoping to be led by people with half-baked education, people who hardly could critically analyze issues before disgorging them to the public for consumption. Plato said the reason why a good man should […] Read Full Story
“Succeeding against all odds”, the captivating title of the greatly inspiring biography of John Harold Johnson, the late publisher of Ebony magazine aptly describes the giant academic strides taken by the highly resourceful Prof. Jeremiah Oludele Ojediran-led Bells University of Technology, Ota over the past academic year. What is instructive about them all are that […] Read Full Story
Last week, something with significant but far-reaching diplomatic implications happened in security circles, particularly in the maritime security sphere. Denmark, a tiny European community of 5.3m people, less than the size and population of Rivers State in Nigeria, resolved to send a frigate to patrol and police Gulf of Guinea waters. The decision follows a […] Read Full Story
This is because there are equipment from the surplus power market on the ground that can be deployed as fast as possible once a PPA agreement is executed, and the natural gas infrastructure can also be in place within the above stated period. Not only that, there are capable human resources to operate and maintain...
One of the most significant and awe-inspiring mysteries of human existence is the gift of womanhood; in particular, God’s endowment with responsibility over regeneration of humankind. So, every International Women’s Day (IWD) is fortuitous, not only to ponder on the deep spiritual worth of our womenfolk, but to look back on their roles and valued […] Read Full Story
When it comes to currency devaluation in Nigeria, the policy approach seems to be the bigger the better. The devaluation of the currency is usually sudden and sharp, wreaking havoc on people and businesses. One might wonder what qualifies as a sharp devaluation. I derive this by taking the inflation differential between the US and […] Read Full Story
Federal government recently confirmed the return of fuel subsidy, as the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency, PPPRA, fixed the pump price of Premium Motor Spirit, PMS, also known as petrol, at N212.61 per litre, for the month of March. The new price, according to the PPPRA’s PMS guiding price, released to stakeholders, is supposed to […] Read Full Story
Earlier on in my career, I had a couple of interesting experiences bordering on gender related stigmas, most likely relatable for many other women too. One of the experiences involved a senior female colleague disparaging my request to my male supervisor to work half-day on my antenatal appointment days; because, according to her she didn’t […] Read Full Story
Almost everyone who has the sensibility for debates and discourses, and who is also old enough, will be familiar with the name of Chinweizu. He was the eponymous literary figure that was at the centre of the literary debate around the nature and content of African literature in the 1970s. The debate did not only...
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NOT too young to run Governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello is a major news item for two reasons – his strident stand that Covid-19 does not exist, and his decision that he is the next President of Nigeria. Both are bold positions. Some ascribe them to youthful exuberance. Whatever they are, Bello carries both […] Read Full Story
When we look at the current state of affairs in Nigeria, we consider the clamour for 2023 Presidency as of no consequence, as insignificant, and worthless. We are not bothered whether any such a fellow will come from the North or from the South, whether he or she will be an Igbo, a Yoruba, a […] Read Full Story
The step taken by the Lagos State Government to check the activities of cultists in the state has been applauded by some Nigerians who are also eager to see an enforcement of the law. Eavesdropper notes that the state governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, some days back signed the bill for the Prohibition of Unlawful Societies...
In my last article, I wrote about disaster management solutions arising from my speaking session at Ehingbeti: Lagos Economic Summit 2021. Another question that I addressed was the critical success factors required for the implementation of effective collaborative models in Lagos State to solve societal problems. To start off, one must commend the government of […] Read Full Story
Maybe not all, but certainly, a good number of married couples who literally share every smile they share, on social Read More
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In March 2019 tropical Cyclone Idai made landfall near the Mozambique port city of Beira, ravaging the coastline and inland communities. The United Nations estimated that Cyclone Idai and the flooding that followed it killed more than 600 people, injured an estimated 1,600 and affected more than 1.8 million people. After more than $773 million […] Read Full Story
From the dripping political and socioeconomic events in the country, it is obvious that the defective nature of Nigeria’s 1999 Constitution has discouraged development in the country. It is also responsible for the myriad of problems confronting the nation. Its weak provisions have more than anything else conspired with other challenges to make it possible...
Boko Haram is a name of one of world deadliest Islamic terrorist. The Terrorist which operate mainly in Northern Nigeria, Read More
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Overtime, Nigerians have become accustomed to hearing from their leaders, statements and pronouncements that call into question the level of knowledge and understanding of the author. When made in saner climes, if they do not lead to loss of office, such statements are enough to strip leaders of every measure of respect and relevance among […] Read Full Story
Misinformation online (especially ‘fake news’) costs the global economy almost $80 billion annually. The global stock markets are negatively impacted annually by misinformation to the tune of about $40 billion. The market value of global stock markets is vulnerable annually to a 0.05% loss due to fake news. The retirement savings sector in the USA […] Read Full Story
Continued from Tuesday this is because there are equipment from the surplus power market on the ground that can be deployed as fast as possible once a PPA agreement is executed, and the natural gas infrastructure can also be in place within the above stated period. Not only that, there are capable human resources to...