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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 »

Thinking About Nigeria This Morning, Time To Ask The Government, ‘How Can We Be Of Help?’ – Omojuwa

Thinking About Nigeria This Morning, Time To Ask The Government, ‘How Can We Be Of Help?’ – Omojuwa

I am frustrated. Nigeria has reached breaking point. This is the point where we either come together united or perish together divided. What happened in Abuja yesterday could have killed an average person who lives in the city. That was not an outskirt town, that was right inside the city. We need to realise that if we don’t unite against ... Read More »

A Note To Governor Fashola: My Short Take On The LASU Fees Hike – JJ, Omojuwa

Governor Fashola has no moral justification to make LASU students pay N350,000 as school fees. How much did he pay as a University student at the University of Benin? Even if you calculate for inflation, it’d still not be anywhere close to the numbers he is unleashing on today’s and possibly tomorrow’s LASU students. We can debate this from now ... Read More »

This Is For You, Our Friends – Omojuwa

Save for when I was arrested by the Nigerian authorities, I haven’t received as many calls as I have in the last two days. Friends and supporters expressing their support in the face of the continued obsession of the Nigerian government and its poor minions to blackmail my likes. Let me reiterate that no amount of blackmail can stop me ... Read More »

Agriculture & National Development #DoAgric

Agriculture & National Development #DoAgric

It is evident that growth in agriculture has five times the impact of growth in other sectors on the citizens. Nigeria was majorly an agrarian economy till the oil boom of the 1970s. According to the CBN statistical bulletin, in 1970, 74% of Nigeria’s revenue was from non-oil exports, which were mostly  export revenue of agriculture products. Nigerians will vividly ... Read More »

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