Africa is known for its vast untapped mineral resources than any other place in the world. Its human and technological potentials are also limitless but all are greatly limited by the inability of leaders to solve problems affecting key areas …Continue reading
General elections in Nigeria are due in less than two months. Normally, one will expect that after almost sixty years of political independence, the country’s politics should dwell on well-defined ideologies, but that is not the case.
Almost every time …Continue reading
Nigeria’s election season is here and the stakes are higher than ever. Like with the last general elections (2015) politicians are shying away from the most important questions. There have not been sufficient arguments about the economic future of the …Continue reading
At times people may wonder why charitable foundations would consider funding projects within the Information Technology and Communications (ICT) sector in Africa when there is already significant private sector investment.
While technology is not a panacea which can solve all …Continue reading
Online platforms have become an important site for political and social engagement. On the one hand, they have been praised for their progressive characteristics. This is because they offer great organizing potential, enhance political accountability and disrupt old media practices …Continue reading
Individuals familiar with air transportation in Africa will agree that flying from one country to another is often an ordeal rather than a pleasure. It can be quite expensive and time wasting, too. Moreover, flight experience is not made any …Continue reading
There are a few greater challenges to the human mind than to discuss the state of property rights in Nigeria and Africa. Not many dare face this bull in the eye. But I will. And to rightly understand the situation …Continue reading