Opinion

Leadership – We Are As Strong As the Sum of Our Parts, By Taiwo Odukoya

The challenge for today’s leadership, across Africa, is to truly recognise the power of the people to make a difference and to create the enabling environment that will allow for the flourishing of individual potential - making it easy for personal ideas to become viable businesses, investing heavily in infrastructure…
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Columns

Leadership – Little Resolves Producing Great Achievements, By Taiwo Odukoya

If we lay aside the distractions of tribe and religion, greed for wealth and power, we can rally Nigerians around the common cause of peace and prosperity, and channel their resilience and creativity accordingly. This can only start with a firm resolve to tackle corruption and mediocrity in our society.…
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Opinion

Ten Reasons Why Younger Leaders May Be Better for Nigeria, By ‘Tope Fasua

We understand rights and responsibility better because we did not grow up under a colonial overhang. We are not afraid of the white man, or to think our own thoughts. We actually grew up with less fears because we didn’t grow up with many handouts; we haven’t been spoon-fed, and…
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Guest Columns

Change – Are You Contributing Your Quota?, By Taiwo Odukoya

In every society where positive reformation has occurred, it has been because the people, dissatisfied with the status quo, took responsibility for the change they wanted to see. This is as true of revolutions that changed regimes, as it is of movements that transformed society from one level of development…
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Opinion

Nigeria: Why Effective Leadership and Strategy Is Crucial, By Taiwo Odukoya

Strategic planning is the key to warfare; to win, you need a lot of good counsel - (Proverbs 24:6 Msg.) In 1398 Timur, the famous Mongol general, set out with less than a hundred soldiers on camels to attack and capture Delhi. On arrival the Mongols met an unlikely scenario…
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