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5 Countries Where It’s Hardest To Become A Citizen

5 Countries Where It’s Hardest To Become A Citizen

In addition to marriage and ancestry,  countries with high barriers to attaining citizen status may have special residency or citizenship tracks for people who fit certain categories, such as being a highly skilled professional or investing substantially in a business enterprise. But these situations don’t apply to the vast majority of prospective citizens. Below, in alphabetical order, are five nations ... Read More »

The Hut

Jake Okechukwu Effoduh Represented Nigeria at the World Economic Forum Meeting at the Vatican. He shares his experience from his meeting with the Pope. The Hut by Jake Okechukwu Effoduh. Insight from the World Economic Forum meeting at the Vatican  There is a common Igbo[1] proverb that says, ‘A man who does not leave his hut will bring nothing in.’[2] ... Read More »

Osun-Osogbo: The Goddess Is Missing – By @Obajeun

Osun-Osogbo: The Goddess Is Missing – By @Obajeun

The noise grew in pitch, in rhythmic cadence. As I drove through an adjacent street to Gbodofon foyal, where Oranmiyan house dwarfed everything around, the crowd assemblage to illuminate the entire city that hosted the fleeing migrants following the fall of old Oyo Empire frenzied in excited gyration to different incursions of traditional rythms. From afar, my camera zoomed in ... Read More »

Please, Maintain Your Silence On Nigeria, You Hear? – JJ, Omojuwa

Please, Maintain Your Silence On Nigeria, You Hear? – JJ, Omojuwa

2015 is the year Nigerians are waiting for to have the country in the right hands. 2015 will come but even if the right hands get to be voted for – which is not likely – Nigeria will not take a marked turn from where it is today. There may be improvement in certain areas but that leadership that’d ensure ... Read More »

The Money These Governors Are Sharing… – JJ, Omojuwa

The Money These Governors Are Sharing… – JJ, Omojuwa

In 2011, President Bill Clinton earned $700,000.00 to appear at an awards’ event organised by a major Nigerian newspaper. The former American President got the same amount, from the same organisation in 2012. Within a period of about 12 months, Clinton made $1.4million for making speaking appearances in Nigeria. That was his biggest payday according to his financial report filed ... Read More »