Opinion

Yari, Meningitis and God: Addressing Nigeria’s Unique Hypocrisy, By ‘Tope Fasua

Nigeria needs good governance now or never. We just aren’t reasonable or responsible the way we’ve been carrying on. We cannot use our commonwealth to make politicians comfortable and then tell the people to pray to God for salvation when mere hospitals and clinics, a better life where basic amenities…
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Opinion

For Nigeria, Did God Really Say, “Let There Be No Light”?, By ‘Tope Fasua

...I’m not hopeful that we can make the needed change in this matter, to be candid, because Nigeria has never been a truthful country. The darkness we are in is at once a symptom of our dark hearts, as it is a metaphor for the state of our nation. Perhaps…
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Opinion

The Demon of Car Acquisition As Nigeria’s Achilles Heel, By ‘Tope Fasua

- The N330 million luxury cars purchased for Senate President, Bukola Saraki, in 2016. If the Federal Government is spending N20 billion on new cars, each state will spend an average of N5 billion on a yearly basis. With 37 states, that is N185 billion. Most of the money heads…
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Guest Columns

Megalomania: We Are Nigerian Army, We Are Above All Nigerians, By ‘Tope Fasua

The only reason why one may excuse Ali and perhaps see him as some superstar who must live beyond the law, is if he has caused some profound changes for the better in the institution he leads. Yes, sometimes whizkids are exempted, even though it is bad management practice. But…
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Guest Columns

What Exactly Do They Teach In Business School?, By ‘Tope Fasua

...there is no executive course in Harvard, Princeton, MIT or Stanford where you will not find at least a Nigerian delegate, especially in the business Were they taught strategy at all? For if they were, how come almost none of them have deployed strategies to ensure they don’t run into…
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Opinion

Cliché Is Cheap, Nigeria’s Electricity Is Not Epileptic, By ‘Tope Fasua

I think Nigerians should show respect to sufferers of this disease. Leave them alone and stop using your NEPA/PHCN failures to remind them every second of what they are passing through. Also, get some education on this and other thorny subjects. Think your own thoughts. Do your own research. Google…
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