Opinion

COVID-19 and the Challenges of Nigerian Health Care, By ‘Lande Atere

If at all there are critical takeaways from this pandemic, it has to be the need to pay attention to our healthcare system. A country without hospitals and a functional healthcare system, is no country at all. This is enough reason to fix our health care systems, our hospitals, universities…
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Opinion

Rethinking the Okada Ban: Ascendant Poverty and the Urgency For Alternatives, By ‘Lande Atere

As much as one may be inclined to think that these means of transportation are an anomaly in Africa’s largest city, the reality is, that for most residents in the state it is a convenient means of moving around and keeps the wheel of business going for an important, albeit,…
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Opinion

Nigeria and the Question of “Leadership”, By ‘Lande Atere

We allow leaders to lead without holding them accountable for results. Then we have leaders who think that government is their family business and should be some sort of heirloom. Clearly our standards are so low, we don’t hold our leaders to anything. “To whom much is given, much is…
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