You Are Presumed Guilty Until You Prove Your Innocence

Tribute to Dr. Alex Ekwueme  “For instance, if you are a civil servant on level 10 and you are driving a Mercedes Jeep (SUV) and you are...

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I am Not Overweight, The Scale is Faulty

The anecdote I am about to relate occurred sometime in 2007. My daily routine started with being at the gymnasium (gym) by 6am, work out...

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Nigerian Universities in the Development Equation

Penultimate Wednesday, I was privileged to deliver the 2017 Convocation lecture of the Babcock University. Below is the edited paper which...

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Budget 2017, Between The Rock And a Very Hard Surface

This intervention is not about the fact that it took about six months for the National Assembly to pass the 2017 budget which was sent to...

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Stagflation, Fragility and Arrested Development of the Nigerian Economy

On Friday, March 10, 2017, I was one of the speakers at the Vanguard Economic Discourse where the erudite Prof. Charles Chukwuma Soludo...

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It’s All About Buying And Selling

It would not be difficult to understand why as an Igbo man, I am writing about buying and selling. That is the vocation of majority of my...

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The EGRP Sure Sounds Like a Plan

“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four hours, sharpening the axe” Abraham Lincoln. On the 5th of April,...

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No Madam, Please Let’s Not Go There

  “A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves...

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Teacher, Don’t Teach Me Nonsense – III

“This is it, a classic condemnation of the unreasonable first prize of some talent-based competitions: Big Brother Africa, sponsored by...

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