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Opinion: Who should be held liable for incessant building collapse in Nigeria?

Depending on size and complexity, the number of persons that can bring a building project to successful completion can vary from as few as one (sounds incredible but true) to as many as hundreds.

To start with, you might want to ask, how can one person be responsible for bringing a building project…

Faith Series: The importance of visitation for Christians and the church

There’s a Yoruba adage that says: Eni ti a o ba fe ni ile e njina.
When translated, it roughly means: ‘it’s the house of one not truly beloved that’s always the farthest’.

What this underscores is the fact that when you love somebody enough their abode is simply considered to be so nearby and the c…

How to have your Google Account returned to you due to a forgotten password, or unretrieved lost SIM

Owning a Google account does a lot for you and I.

But hey it’s not the only one out there. And yes, you can switch over to another or even create a new one if you wish.

But when you think about the valued connections you’ve in your old Gmail account.

They’re worth reconnecting with. Don’t they?

I k…

Nigerian women in politics and boardroom: prospect, challenge and solution

*Oby Ezekwesili of the Allied Congress Party (ACP) appearing at one of the presidential debates in Abuja. Photo credit: Channels.

While some say it’s straight forward enough; others believe it’s all complicated.

Women from the foundation of the world seem to have had their work cut out for them as …

Opinion: How feasible is ending open defecation in Nigeria by the year 2025?

Minister of Water Resources Adamu with other dignitaries at a media workshop in Abuja.

From time immemorial, if anything is in doubt about Nigeria it’s not like coming up with compelling vision statements.

But at the end of the day most if not all would’ve become paper tigers that have teeth and cl…

So you want to delete your Facebook page? Here's how in four easy steps.

Facebook no doubt is one of, if not the most popular social media platform in the world.

According to statista, the number of daily active Facebook users as of the fourth quarter of 2018. was found to be 1.52 billion. Other sources also gave figures in some cases a little lower or more. It's sti…

Opinion: A vote for the price of a Maggi

*Nigerian electorates queuing up to exercise their civic duty.

Nigeria general elections of 2019 will go down in history as one with the most aggressive campaign in terms of advocacy against voting buying or selling real time.

From Lagos to Abuja to Kaduna to Kano and indeed every nooks and cranny …

Faith Series: The most acceptable form of worship before God as Christians

Worship is an integral part of Christian faith and indeed every religion on the surface of the earth. In fact, our Christian walk is not complete without it.

Worship takes different forms.

As we’re often encouraged by the scriptures and the anointed servants of God, it among others includes attendi…

Opinion: The Election that marked the end of an Era

When I wrote the article titled ‘ending Obasanjo’s era as a constant catalyst in Nigeria’s political history’, little did I know that heavens were on my side and that the call resonates with the Nigerian electorates.
Nigeria presidential election held on the 23rd of February 2019 has been won and l…

Poetry: In Memorial

I bet nobody out there can dispute it When I say parenting is a role; And what a huge role this is for no dodgy souls; It is also not something to be emotively measured By the dichotomy of sex that vexes sometimes; But about who put their soul more in the role; No disrespect to mothers world over For all …

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