Lagos and the Litany of Forced Evictions

🕔13:48, 11.Aug 2020

In line with the above argument, there is no doubt that successive administrations in Lagos state, south west, Nigeria, may have at various times had sincere desire to move the state forward, through far-reaching policies that bothers particularly on infrastructural development.

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Suffering Citizens and Buhari’s Phantom Regrets

🕔02:16, 11.Aug 2020

Even if Mr. President provides answers to the above source of worries, his inability to stamp out corruption in the country is another obvious reason why Nigerian masses could neither breathe nor their lives improve.

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When I Was Posted To Malawi

When I Was Posted To Malawi

🕔13:55, 4.Aug 2020

There is something the society creates in all of us, it tells us the type of places to go to be happy and the type of position to occupy to gain respect. Added to that, it defines success mostly in relation to material things and physical comfort. Unfortunately we buy into this, even without knowing.

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How A Promising Young Girl Became A Powerful Native Doctor

How A Promising Young Girl Became A Powerful Native Doctor

🕔05:51, 4.Aug 2020

Ebere’s call to service would not surprise any grounded Igbo person as that was how all healing native doctors were called.

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Shoprite And The Danger Of A Single Story

Shoprite And The Danger Of A Single Story

🕔21:06, 3.Aug 2020

The interesting thing about the Shoprite story is that many simply flew off with the headline, talking about loss of jobs, closing of outlets and all that without reading the full story.

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Biden’s Imminent VP Pick: The Case For Rice Over Harris

Biden’s Imminent VP Pick: The Case For Rice Over Harris

🕔11:56, 3.Aug 2020

Washington is a big bureaucracy. There’s room for everyone with talent. Sen. Kamala Harris’ talent and tenacity will be needed more at the Department of Justice.

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