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The Nexus Between Illiteracy And Social Problems by Sunday Ogbaga.

 Aristotle's proclamation that "The educated differ from the uneducated as much as the living differs from the dead", is evergreen. There is indeed no...

The Truth About Giveaways by Olalekan AbdulBasit.

The word “Giveaway” triggers a response that is different than any other transaction we have in the world. This is so because our brains...

Between Polygamy and Monogamy: A Battle of Choice by Solomon Ekoja

Both marriages are not alien to youths because as one moves around the community, it is very common to find monogamous and polygamous marriages.

Soludo and the Made-in-Anambra Work Ethic by Uzor Maxim Uzoatu

It is with bated breath that the world waits for Prof Chukwuma Charles Soludo to assume duties as Anambra State Governor on March 17 in this year of Our Lord.

The VAT Collection Imbroglio And The Constitution by Abdulrasaq Ariwoola

In conclusion, it might be audacious to presume that the Court of Appeal or the Supreme Court will uphold the decision of the Federal High Court and hold the VAT Act as invalid. Nonetheless, it is a welcome development, considering its effect on revenue generation and allocation in the country.

The Issues Around Increased Funding In Education by Daniel Oluremi.

In conclusion, it is important to realize the reasons why the education of our generation warrants more investment. Malcolm X once said, “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it”. Our future as a country is largely tied to our much we are willing to do to improve education in our country. The more resources, as well as attention, we give to the education of the children and youths can determine if Nigeria fails as a country in the new decade; unable to present its acclaimed leaders of tommorow to the global front.

The Helpless Nigerian Youth by Oluwatimilehin Folarin

For #Week47, Oluwatimilehin Folarin focuses on the differences between social and political discourses and draws reasons why young Nigerians show more interest in the former.

Notes On Nigeria by Victor Oladejo

“The trouble with Nigeria is simply and squarely a failure of leadership. There is nothing basically wrong with the Nigerian character…” Chinua Achebe ( The...

A Critical Analysis of Buhari’s Education Pledge by Michael Ogbonnaya.

As earlier explained, the benefits of quality education, not like what is obtainable in the country, are enormous and cut across all areas of society. We must remember that the duty of reviving our education does not rest on the shoulders of the government alone.

The Igbo — Yoruba Mistrust by Chukwuemeka Oluka

There is no way one can write on the Igbo — Yoruba mistrust without opening some healed wounds. Sadly, this is what the essay will do....

Online Dating In Nigeria: What We Need To Know by Ogbonnaya Michael

On 2nd February 2022, The Tinder Swindler, a British true-crime documentary film was released on Netflix. The film shows in chilling and heartbreaking details the dark side of meeting strangers through online dating platforms

The Influence Of Clerics In Politics by Michael Ogbonnaya.

  One of the most irritating and annoying statements you will ever make in Nigeria nowadays is "change is constant."  During the 2015 general elections,...

Why Embarrass Chimamanda?

  I saved this photo of Chief Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie since the day she was confered with the chieftaincy title, Odeluwa Abba. I had since wanted...

National Identity And Pride: An Intense Scrutiny by Chukwuemeka Oluka

If an “Emeka” who is born in Lagos, grew up in Lagos and had never lived in the South-East throughout his life claims the...

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