Tag: Nigeria

Why the Recession will Grow Nigeria’s Travel & Hospitality Industry

  The International Monetary Funds (IMF) predicted in 2015 that Nigeria’s economy will slide into a recession in 2016 by 1.8 per cent. The forecast indicated that our economy will grow at a much slower pace than South Africa’s. Months after the prediction, truly Nigeria slipped into a recession. Everywhere around the world, recession is…

Re: Crimes, Happiness and Civil Security Challenges and the Change era – By Jimi Bickersteth

> A foolish consistency and the Hobgoblin of little minds was a line that propped on my mind as I start pounding the keyboard, in the sleepy, little village of Koko,  tucked away somewhere in Delta state. > There was a sharp, bracing air; the ground was dry; the sea was crisp and clear. All…

Let’s break barriers to girl child education – By Nasir Kukuri

Education is central to development and improvement of the nation welfare. It empowers people and strengthens nations. It is a powerful “equalizer”, opening doors to all to lift out of poverty. Girls in Nigeria are often seen moving around in towns and villages hawking items of paltry value that hardly justifies the hour spent in…

The National Question and the Simple Task Before the 8th National Assembly – By

The swansong on Nigerians lips and the scoop all over the geopolitical space is about the mindless fleeces graft and outright stealing that has gutted the lining of the fabric of society. But while the investigations and arrests and prosecutions go on and the sheriff rounded up a posse,this piece about the national question,  should…

Of Course, Nigeria is BROKE! A Blessing in Disguise? – By Kelvin A. Johnson

OF COURSE, NIGERIA IS BROKE! That was the statement made by President Buhari when asked to be categorical on whether the country is broke. The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP views it as an unabated negative statement with harmful consequences to the nation, they said: “it is worrisome that in the last six months, the President,…

Restructuring Nigeria and Solving the Oodles of the Puzzle Games By Jimi Bicekersteth

The call lately, is not for glitz, glamour,influence or relevance,it is on restructuring the Nigerian estate. The pursuit of liberty, equal rights and an enduring democracy. Nigerians are asking,what is the motivation for living in Nigeria. Peace amongst people who really love one another, prosperity and well being.This and much more are the prospect majority…