Lead With Character – 3

By TOPE POPOOLA “The only thing that walks back from the grave with mourners and refuses to be buried is the character of a man. What a man is survives him, it can never be…

Corruption and Nigeria’s Uncertain Future

By Anthony Okogie As we look into our uncertain future, its uncertainty is compounded by the disturbing conduct of Nigeria’s political elites. At this point in time, it is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to…

Nepotism, the worst form of corruption

By Ochereome Nnanna THE terms: “nepotism” and “corruption” are much misunderstood among the Nigerian populace. Unfortunately, even some of our prominent intellectuals are guilty of this, perhaps blinded by selfish interests. I am discussing these…

Preparing Nigeria for the year 2050

By Obadiah Mailafia According to futurologists, the world of the year 2050 would be very different from everything we know today. Technology, global integration, structural changes, geopolitics and demographics would have been altered beyond our…

What is wrong with Nigeria?

By Muiz Banire Almost a year ago, I wrote several columns on the challenges of Nigeria as a nation and the possible solutions (See my column of September 5, 2019, “Nigeria: How did we get…

A nation unprepared for health crises

By Levi Obijiofor The Federal Government last week shocked the nation when it criticised what it claimed to be deplorable medical care accorded to patients by doctors and healthcare workers in public hospitals. Health Minister,…