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The kids are watching – Adagba Whenu Tobi

The kids are watching – Adagba Whenu Tobi

On a bus this morning on my way to work, was held up in the usual Lagos traffic, which at this point on my route is caused by a long stretch of the road that forces vehicles to move slowly. However, today, a small boy of about 10 years, who was also on the bus with an elderly woman, on ... Read More »

These Police Are Not Our Friend – Adekoya Boladale

These Police Are Not Our Friend – Adekoya Boladale

Most people around the world have often talked about the deceit and con-ways of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), to most foreigners who have not had the gracious opportunity of been hooked in the arms of the Nigeria Police Force but have drawn conclusion based on the radiant sky blue camouflage of the few pot-bellied chiefs on media platforms are ... Read More »

15 Years Of Uninterrupted Democracy In Nigeria - Toks Ero

15 Years Of Uninterrupted Democracy In Nigeria - Toks Ero

On May 29, 2014, Nigeria marked 15 straight years of transition to democratic rule or the Fourth Republic. It is historical; and a pleasant one at that. Though that journey began on a note of skepticism, it was however not without hope for a better, greater and prosperous Nigeria. That hope seems to be waning. Fifteen years down the line, ... Read More »

Between Relative and Absolute Absolutism: The Search for Reality – Mustapha Aminu

Between Relative and Absolute Absolutism: The Search for Reality – Mustapha Aminu

“As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain, and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality” Albert Einstein Introduction Lately, I have come across fascinating discussions regarding relativism and absolutism. It was quite interesting reading people’s views on what constitutes “reality (or absoluteness)” and how we can perceive it. ... Read More »

Unsung Heroes Of  The Nigerian Hustle – Ololade Ajekigbe

Unsung Heroes Of  The Nigerian Hustle – Ololade Ajekigbe

The streets are not smiling. The times are tough. A look around my environment each day reveals a society where the hustle has never been more real. The average Nigerian wakes up before the crack of dawn each day to commute several hours to work. A typical commercial bus conveys passengers who sleep through the journey to work because they ... Read More »

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