Guest Columns

My Random Thoughts: On Lagos, and Accelerating Development Across Nigeria, By Akinwunmi Ambode

Lagos is the most thriving cosmopolitan city right now in Sub-Saharan Africa. Our goal is to expand capital expenditure such that in another two to three years, Lagos State will become the third largest economy in Africa. I am sharing my thoughts in this article, not necessarily as the governor…
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Guest Columns

Citizen-Centred Service Delivery: Partnering With the Youth for Africa’s Transformation, By ‘Doyin Salami

If the many issues and concerns that have been highlighted and well considered, comprehensively engaged and tackled, both at the institutional level and that of the political leadership that motivates its processes, I have no doubt that the Nigerian Civil Service is still uniquely positioned to deliver on and deepen…
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Guest Columns

For FRANCIS ABIOLA IRELE – “Olohun-Iyo”, By Wole Soyinka

True, numbers diminish, but we are not thereby Diminished. Memories rack, yet lift Our spirits off the rack of remembrance. Be it The echo of a harsh scrape, decades dimmed, Of a street café chair, rue des Ecoles, puncturing Peals of laughter, a head thrust sideways, Quizzical in contestation –…
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The Future Depends On the Strength of Our Differences, By Taiwo Odukoya

The true greatness of Nigeria is not in its topography or mineral deposits but in the hearts and minds of its people, all of them, unique in language and culture, in ideology and belief. Leaders from every part of the country, from the public and private sectors, from civil society…
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