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2015 and Beyond: Building a Future in which Children Survive and Thrive – @Lanre_Olagunju

2015 and Beyond: Building a Future in which Children Survive and Thrive – @Lanre_Olagunju

If there is one essential process, that if adopted across the nations of Africa, could make a difference to the future of the continent’s children; it is that improving child health must be an essential component of African sustainable development. Many low and middle income countries will continue to miss out on real, sustainable growth as long as the number ... Read More »

#PAUSIBILITY: EKITI, A GLIMPSE OF MORE KITI KITI TO COME- ADEBAYO COKER

I am one of those that never abused or cursed the people of Ekiti on the choice of the Governor they elected in the last gubernatorial election of the state. In fact, I stopped talking about Ekiti politics the moment the result of the said gubernatorial election was announced; I even congratulated and wished the Governor-elect God’s guidance in his ... Read More »

#PAUSIBILITY: PROLIFERATION OF NONSENSE- ADEBAYO COKER

I have not been too frequent on social media lately as I have been going through a self- prescribed curative therapy, aimed at purging myself of ‘textiety’, as I was fondly glued to the internet mainly through my phones; but here I am well drowned in a deluge of messages that have flooded my handles, some of which are soliciting ... Read More »

#PAUSIBILITY: PARABLE OF THE CRUCIFIX-ADEBAYO COKER

    Dear compatriots, let me wish you a Happy Independence Anniversary all the same, even though I have never had a more watery Independence Anniversary celebration in my existence as a Nigerian. I would not want to be disinterested in this nation and her politics, as I have come to find out that that is exactly the goal of ... Read More »

Reviving Africa’s Manufacturing Sector and Its Impact on Economic Prosperity – @Lanre_Olagunju

Reviving Africa’s Manufacturing Sector and Its Impact on Economic Prosperity – @Lanre_Olagunju

Africa’s share of world manufacturing output and contribution to global trade declined from 0.9% to 0.8% between 1980 and 2001. As at 2012, it was just about 1%. It is quite difficult not to relate this to the reality that 25 of the world’s poorest countries are in Africa. It is also quite important to clearly state that in the last ... Read More »

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