Dilemma of leadership and economy in Nigeria (Part 1).

By Sir Jude Ejiogu The Nigerian economy is largely oil-based. Some people would rather say it is a mono-product economy. The economy has been in dire straits over the years, because of a combination of the neglect of education, especially technical and vocational education and science-based technology education, poor leadership and governance, corruption, as well […]

Harnessing Local Resources for Rural Development

By Grace Daramola Prickle Academy has demonstrated how rural communities can create sustainable social solutions by harnessing local resources. Also known as Prickle Educational Initiative, the non-governmental organisation works with rural communities, helping them identify their unique strengths thereby empowering the youths to become active citizens and community builders. The academy uses the asset-based community […]

South-South politicians drum support for Oyegun

Irked by the gamut of accusations heaped on Chief John Oyegun, politicians and political office holders in the South-South geo-political zone Monday praised the national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), describing him as a man of conviction who cannot be bought, no matter the price. The call for Oyegun’s resignation drew fire from […]

Old Age: PDP Ask President Buhari to Resign

See Press statement below… The PDP Media Watchdog has reacted to the statement credited to President Muhammadu Buhari in which he declared and admitted that age will limit the rate of his performance in office as President of Nigeria. The group while reacting to the statement on Wednesday June 17, 2015 said the APC and […]

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