Friday, 30 October 2015

The Idol Called Oil

Diversification of Nigeria's economy to lead to rapid growth - Change Squad
‘'I want to be a Petroleum Engineer'’, Wale answered the counselor when asked what career he wanted to pursue. He had heard stories of ‘oil-money’, the extravagant income people pursuing careers that are actively involved in the petroleum sector earn and all of that.  He was determined to get his own share of the ‘oil money’ before the oil wells dry up.

Crude oil has become a god to the giant of Africa – Nigeria. I wonder how a giant would be solely depending on one source for survival.  Records show that exportation of Agriculture produce (majorly cash crops) contributed immensely to the country’s economy

Saturday, 26 September 2015

Servants or Gluttons?

The factual meaning of minister is servant. A servant is one who is at the mercies of his master. A servant does not have a will of his own, he is forever faithful to him who dishes out instructions and controls his actions – his master.

Democracy, as many youngsters  have learnt is '‘government of the people by the people and for the people’'

How do we justify a situation when ministers or leaders in the actual context - servants are practical gluttons; effectively ‘cornering’ the benefits meant for the entire nation

Monday, 20 July 2015

Nourished to Death?

In advanced nations of the world, not everybody handles food for the public. They must be licensed by the government.
In Nigeria the exact opposite is the case, anybody can handle food for parties or put up a food sales outlet.

In developed nations, things are done orderly, different buildings are built for specific purposes, but

Saturday, 18 July 2015

The New Republic

As John Walter, father of four, took his family on a tour to Africa, his children insisted that they must visit  New Republic.

They arrived  New Republic at exactly 2AM; they comfortably drove through the streets in search of a hotel.

They enjoyed every bit of their stay In  New Republic not being afraid of being kidnapped or being robbed. They were highly comfortable even as they

Friday, 3 July 2015

Nigerian Teens Competing with Google?

Nigerian teens coded a new browser that competes with google
 Anesi and Osine Ikhianosime, The Nigerian teens who built the new web browser – Crocodile Browser Lite’. The two brothers taught themselves to code and built their first mobile web browser.

Hosted on the Google Play Store, the app is

Friday, 20 March 2015

My world, Your World and Our World

my personal entitlement

Personal entitlement

My opinion is an entitlement that shouldn’t be ignored or disregarded in any formal or informal setting.

My world revolves and dissolves round my views, believes and my personality.

I love and adore things the way I see an view them, based on my opinion.

As a campaigner for personal freedom and liberty