Bámidélé Upfront

Bill Gates: Not The Enemy of the Global South; Our Brains Are, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

It is painful to see a man who has dedicated his life to promoting global health getting dragged over hot coal for his good work. It has been one stupid allegation after the other. From mass sterilisation through vaccination to mass death on multiple continents, it would not have been…
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Opinion

Fighting the Virus With A Herdsman’s Mentality, By Banji Ojewale

We must creatively wrestle with the virus by both de-socialising and producing goods and services, not solely by staying away from work. Work is the primary characteristic of liberated man. God ordained Let us spurn the current one-track approach to containing coronavirus through only abandoning productive activities. We can devise…
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Opinion

What Africa Must Do To Mitigate the Damaging Effects of Coronavirus, By Atiku Abubakar 

We are at a crossroads, and we need to think and act our way into taking the right road. History will forgive us if we make the wrong decisions, but it certainly will not forgive us if we take no decisions in the misguided belief that others will save us.…
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Opinion

Communicating Covid-19 Messages, By Tajudeen Kareem

In communication theory and practice, the medium is as good as the message. The efficacy and fidelity of any message is largely influenced by the choice of the medium employed. It remains unclear and quite surprising why officials of government believe that messages on coronavirus are best communicated to Nigerians…
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Opinion

Tackling Coronavirus Aggressively: The Need To Declare a State of Emergency, By Jude Feranmi

As though in a war with an external aggressor where we have to survive on the basis of what we can produce internally, we have to look within and create a healthcare industry overnight. This is how we stop the virus and make gains after the pandemic. As an advantage,…
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