Opinion

2062: Nigeria and the Age of Jatropha, By Adewale Ajadi

Wonder what the future holds for this incredible country. The dominant country in global culture and science for the last two decades, it took one decade to double productivity per person. Agriculture and solid minerals were platforms but so was online provision for a population that was growing at an…
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Opinion

Marketing In the Post Digital Age, By Jimi Awosika

Let’s not see this as a complicated demand for our vocation. Essential marketing was and always will be about storytelling. And only humans, not machines, have the capacity of the limbic brain to control our thoughts and feelings. Data, important as it is as a consideration for efficient marketing, would…
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Opinion

Is A Simpler Divorce Law Good For Nigeria?, By Kehinde Adegbite

Changing the Nigerian divorce law may not, in itself, make every marriage experience divorce but it will prove to us that couples who continue to stay together as husband and wife truly love themselves, and not because of a cumbersome divorce process forcing them together. A change in the law…
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Opinion

Agriculture Shouldn’t Be Sexy!, By Precious Onyinyechi Odika

There’s nothing like “beautifying agriculture” to attract the youth, neither will “farming free days” improve crop yield. It takes adequate knowledge to innovate strategies capable of sustaining high productivity, quality produce and industries, over space and time. Real-time research systems will avail Nigerian farmers the basic knowledge and tools that…
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Columns

What Is the Worth of a Nigerian Migrant’s Life?, By ‘Fisayo Soyombo

In case Nigerian public officials do not know, many of them are culpable for the death of these migrants. By their daily abdication of their responsibilities to take decisions in public interest, by filling their pockets at the expense of building the structures that could have kept the dead migrants…
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