She wondered why some Nigerian Universities grading system revolved around money and other vices. Why lecturers were allowed to hold an upper hand in such vices. Why the students who didn’t want to be part of such vices or associated with them were the ones that failed and the cooperating ones, the ones that bought the unedited, plagiarised textbooks and offered their bodies at will were the ones that passed. She wondered if some of these lecturers in their acclaimed wide readings and researches had ever come across values of discipline, civility, honesty and straightforwardness.
Land Border Closure: A strategy for economic growth?
The past few months has seen the temporary closure of Nigeria’s land borders. It is assumed that the idea to shut down borders was to tackle smuggling of contraband goods, reduce crime […]
Breakfast News; (7-14, September 2019)
LEADERSHIP. Vice President, Yemi Osibanjo to represent Buhari at Robert Mugabe’s burial ceremony. . PDP rejects tribunal ruling in favour of President Buhari. Heads to appeal court. . Aisha Buhari tells military authorities to […]
Xenophobia; South Africans attack Nigerian citizens.
The resurgence of racism and xenophobia against Nigerian citizens in South Africa has again dug the well of hatred in the hearts of many in the west. The attacks on Nigerian citizens […]
Next 4 Years; what will the “Next Level” bring.
As I watched the inauguration ceremonies of my president and some other governors around the country, “what next” was the unwavering question in my mind. Seeing that it is of crucial […]
2019 Elections; Total reform of our Electoral System
“INEC, you bring old people to count numbers for us as though we are students in a primary school class. Students who still have to watch their teachers repeatedly announce wrong figures […]
2019 Nigerian general elections; Important Do’s and Don’ts
With the 2019 Presidential and National Assemble elections few days away, we must take somethings to mind. Below are 5 careful considerations meant (For those not hired to anchor the elections) to ensure […]
No, to SARS humiliation; the consequences of “greasing the palm” of police officers
When selected men and women are decorated with the title to serve our nation, for the purpose of protection and detection of crime and the maintenance of public order, it should be […]
Killings in Nigeria: Herdsmen Killings- Plateau Massacre, Otedola Inferno and many more.
To be honest I am still baffled as to how and when death became so bold in Nigeria. It has been claiming untimely lives in great amounts as though it created humans. […]