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Youth Inclusion In Governance: Presented to the National Conference by Rethink Nigeria

Introduction Global explosion in knowledge and social consciousness has enhanced the capacity of Nigerian Youths. However, their ability to utilize these assets effectively to drive national transformation would depend on the leadership opportunities available to them. According to an independent research by the British Council, by 2030; “Youth not oil, will be Nigeria’s greatest asset”. However, the way Nigeria defines ... Read More »

How I Almost Lost My Right Hand To Lagos Hoodlums – @Lanre_Olagunju

How I Almost Lost My Right Hand To Lagos Hoodlums – @Lanre_Olagunju

Ever since I returned to Lagos late last year, I haven’t really been getting along with the rowdiness in the city, and the long hours Lagosians waste away in traffic. Like I mostly tell my friends, when we all give accounts on the last day, Lagosians will have a hard time accounting for the several hours wasted in traffic. Well, ... Read More »

Nigeria’s Sorry Tales Finds Audience In London

On Monday, March 31, 2014, controversial Nigerian essayist and writer, Ayo Sogunro will be reading in London, United Kingdom from his book, The Wonderful Life of Senator Boniface and other Sorry Tales at an event organized by the prestigious Royal African Society (“RAS”). “Sorry Tales” is a collection of fourteen contemporary short stories, interspersed with poetry, exploring themes of human ... Read More »

MDG Drinking Water Target in Africa – @Lanre_Olagunju

MDG Drinking Water Target in Africa – @Lanre_Olagunju

When the issues that make mockery of Africa are listed, it is possible to overlook the issue of access to potable water. This is despite the fact that it is one of those major factors that qualify Africans as a people enveloped by lack and poverty. When we say many Africans live on less than $2 per day, it sounds ... Read More »

Stony Paths Of Life – Ekekere Samuel

Stony Paths Of Life – Ekekere Samuel

Of late, I reminisced my childhood days having stumbled upon two little boys hurling stones at themselves. I vividly remember “Stone harvesting”as a habit we developed as we grew through those tender years. We would gather stones for game hunting, sport, and fun. We did not understand the “stone principles” but we derived so much pleasure from using this very ... Read More »

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