Bámidélé Upfront

Echoes From Kaduna: The Wickedness of Failure, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

The Kaduna trip was some kind of twisted fun from start to finish. I got to Kaduna late because my 11:05am flight on Air Peace from Lagos to Abuja became 4:05pm, 5:45pm, and eventually we boarded at 7pm and left Lagos by 7:20pm. The road to Kaduna from Abuja is…
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Bámidélé Upfront

A Note To The Diaspora Nigerian, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

You are diverse, multifaceted with spread across socioeconomic strata. Your demography spans every continent, you are highly educated more than any other group immigrant group abroad. Many of you left because of the lack of economic opportunity, to seek academic and professional fulfilment, and for fear of increasing insecurity at…
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Opinion

Death as Employment Strategy in Nigeria, By Adeshina Afolayan

Nigeria is a wonderful country, no doubt. And I am not concerned about its abundant mineral resources or climatic condition. Of course, in that regard, we are spared the horrors of rampaging anthropomorphised disasters: Hurricane Katrina, Cyclone Andrew, Whirlwind Marino, Tornado Alley, Blizzard Brutus, Snowstorm Anaconda, and so on. Quaint,…
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