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Nigeria’s possible adoption of state police

  The issue of state police forces, never absent for long, is now back in the headlines, having been endorsed recently by first Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, then the 36 states in the form of the Nigeria Governors’ Forum, and not forgetting the APC Committee on restructuring headed by Kaduna State Governor Nasir el-Rufai which recommended moving policing from the exclusive ... Read More »

What else is Mr. President unaware of?

The opprobrious silence that greeted President Muhammadu Buhari’s visit to a North-Central state, Benue, last Monday should be of major concern to anyone who truly wishes him well. For a President who, from all indications, is being prepared for a second shot at The Presidency, the Benue outing clearly indicated that the Buhari mojo that gripped most states in the ... Read More »

Why Lagos needs an Integrated Waste Management Solution (2)

In the concluding part of the Proshare WebTV interview with Mr Idowu Salawu an Environmentalist who has consulted for the Federal and State Governments, he shared further insight into the value of an “Integrated Lagos Waste Management Solution”. He asserted that the Lagos government should study the waste patterns, disposal system and waste transportation system with a view to developing ... Read More »

Why are white people expats when the rest of us are immigrants?

Surely any person going to work outside their country is an expatriate? But no, the word exclusively applies to white people In the lexicon of human migration there are still hierarchical words, created with the purpose of putting white people above everyone else. One of those remnants is the word “expat”.What is an expat? And who is an expat? According ... Read More »

Unveiling capital market’s place in infrastructural financing

  ‘The effective and efficient utilization of capital market facilities would enhance federal and states governments’ financing of their respective 2018 budgets to address their huge infrastructural deficits,.’     All over the world, the capital market drives the entire economy, as it provides a platform for government at all tiers to access medium and long-term funds to execute development ... Read More »

IWD 2018: Redefining the roles of the Nigerian woman in development

 The world celebrates women every 8th day of the month of March, as it marks the International Women’s Day, and taking bold action now to increase the economic participation and advancement of women is critical to ensuring a strong foundation for rising prosperity in the long run for an emerging economy like Nigeria’s. This report posits that increasing the participation ... Read More »

Nigeria’s anti-flaring, spillage laws: How the FG fires water bullets

…millions at risk in the Niger Delta Benchmarking Nigeria’s major economic sector requires stringent laws that could drive investment in renewables and protect lives from pollution. The Federal Government, however, appears to be romancing the oil companies at the detriment of the populace. With an estimated 192 trillion cubic feet of natural gas reserves, Nigeria is one of the top ... Read More »

IWD 2018: Redefining the roles of the Nigerian woman in Development

 The world celebrates women every 8th day of the month of March, as it marks the International Women’s Day, and taking bold action now to increase the economic participation and advancement of women is critical to ensuring a strong foundation for rising prosperity in the long run for an emerging economy like Nigeria’s. This report shows that increasing the participation ... Read More »

From Arab Spring to African Political Sentence

There is no force as strong as the collective will of the people. Political theorist, John Locke, who ascertained the domicile of power, eventually discovered that power is domiciled with the people. Locke, in his Two Treatises of Government, published in 1690, argues that it is the people that give power to the ultimate ruler. And in extension, the ultimate ruler ... Read More »

The role of agriculture in Nigeria’s economic development

Agriculture as a branch of the world economy plays a significant role in human life. Its main goal is to meet the population’s needs for food and provide the industry with raw materials. From this article, you will learn the role of agriculture in Nigeria economic development. Roles of agriculture Let’s highlight the main functions of agriculture contributing to the ... Read More »