Thursday, 01 December, 2022

thenewnigerian

Category: Opinion


My Thoughts On Law and Order/Disorder in Nigeria – Preliminaries: The American Constitution came into being on September 17, 1787 when 39 delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed and endorsed Read more…


Voting is indeed our civic responsibility, not an election day transaction. In Nigeria today It is one of the fundamental tools by which our country has guaranteed our inalienable rights Read more…


He stood on the bare platform all alone as my train moved away on the first leg of my journey back home. He looked lost and I couldn’t see through Read more…


When the country turned 60 on the first of October this year 2020, there was a lot of jubilation and celebration globally, but underneath that, a sense of under-achievement could Read more…


EndSARS is trending worldwide. I just read that the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Nigeria has disbanded SARS. Sometime on the 19th September 2019 I posted the following on Facebook…… Read more…


Providence is seldom known to have greatness thrust upon some, most; however will probably attain greatness by applying every known principle humanly possible to be great, the one concept that Read more…


Times of uncertainty can make decision-making harder and more complex since there are simply so many more variables at play. In discussions with senior executives across a wide range of Read more…


On a Saturday a while ago, my phone rang at 3:30 in the morning. Startled awake, I picked up the phone and learned that at the organisation I worked with, Read more…


In 1964, Edward Mukuka Nkoloso, the founder of the Zambia National Academy of Science, Space Research and Philosophy, had the bold intention to beat the USA and the Soviet Union Read more…


We in Nigeria are not ‘accounting’ savvy (my opinion). Most people’s wealth simply does not add up, particularly that of Government officials, past and present. If a governor departs the Read more…


I was a panelist and the moderator for a recent webinar that gave me the opportunity to explore if “now is the time to invest in data and AI” with Read more…


All too often many people of the world bash our country Nigeria and many of us assists them with driving the negative narrative by labeling it a corrupt country with Read more…


Ahmed: In view of health care in general, patient education is getting better, but we are not near where we should be. Any conversation about change in Nigeria will include Read more…


“Where’s the knife so I can stab him in the other leg?!” Those were the exact words of one family’s pastor! He had been called because this exemplary family who Read more…


Hip Hop music has always been present and influential on the streets of Nigeria since the late 80s and early 90s. With the then likes of KRS-One, Kurtis Blow, Public Read more…


It had only been a couple of months after the project started. We were working with a world-class retail company with both in-store and online presences at a time when Read more…


Amina: I am not a politician, never was, and have no intention of being one. In my view as a grassroots enabler, you can not influence the political climate in Read more…


Parenting is a great art form that many parents lack. That you have a child does not automatically qualify you to be a parent. How can we ever be justified Read more…


Beyond the hydra-headed malaise known as corruption (and the shameful argument and defeatist submissions being put up in defense of persons who have been ‘suspected’ or ‘accused’ of committing them Read more…


Our van came to a sudden halt just before a bridge near Irrua, a town in the northern part of Midwest region of Nigeria about a third of the way Read more…

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