Beyond Survival: Developing Actionable Strategies for Success in an Era...

Professor John Peters, Professor Christian Stadler and Samer Chidiac In times as challenging as these, organisations need leaders to inspire the implementation of timely and practical strategic insights, effective navigation of uncertainties and to help them achieve sustainable success in the face of unprecedented volatility. Prepare and equip yourself and your leaders for the long…

“Our mission is to provide broadband penetration and other telecom...

Wole Abu is the Chief Executive Officer of Pan African Towers Limited, an indigenous infrastructure company in the African telecoms market. In this interview, Abu celebrates Nigeria at 60 as he discloses the circumstances that gave birth to his company two years ago and the impetus behind its fast-pervading footprints in Nigeria and Ghana as…

Water Bill Suffers Setback as Reps Stalls on Passage…

…Resolve to Gazette it for Reconsideration …Bill Was Not Designed to Cause Water Wars in the Country… Lai Mohammed The House of Representatives at its plenary on Tuesday withdrew the Water Resources Control Bill passed two months ago. Following the adoption of a Matter of Privilege raised by Rep. Benjamin Mzondu (PDP-Benue), the House unanimously…

What has Africa gained from ‘independence’ anyway?…

By Alade Fawole   I apologize if this piece fails the test of analytic coherence because it contains random reflections on what independence has meant for Africans in the past six decades, that is, since the memorable year 1960. In that year alone, a total of 17African colonies including Nigeria gained independence. Nigeria was the…

Zoning: The next frontier (III)…

Mohammed Adamu   For the PDP, barely then a two-tern ruling party which was now provocatively attired in rose-tinted glasses and had in fact started romanticizing the idea of a 65-year hegemony, nothing could’ve been more reassuring than that it did also realize the need to concretize -in its constitution- a power-sharing philosophy. And what…

Nigeria @60: Past, present and the future…

By Ignatius C. Olisemeka   Our founding fathers had difficulties negotiating the terms of our independence. The result was that 60 years ago, we projected the image of a divided nation and not that of a united country. In London where I served, and where we celebrated independence, we had four legations. The Western Agent…

8 companies so far demonstrate e-voting machines to INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), on Wednesday said that eight companies had so far demonstrated their Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs), to the commission. The post 8 companies so far demonstrate e-voting machines to INEC appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. Source link #companies #demonstrate #evoting #machines #INEC

Sixty years in the wilderness…

Jide Oluwajuyitan     Chief Obafemi Awolowo observed as far back as 1945 that ‘given an option to choose between our educated elite, the traditional rulers and the colonial masters, Nigerians would choose in reverse order’. Driven by greed, the Nigerian political elite who often falsely swear in the name of their people remain the…

Ondo guber polls: God will see me through – Akeredolu…

Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, on Wednesday, assured that with God on his side, he will emerge victorious at the forthcoming October 10th governorship election in the state. Waxing philosophical, he said, “The grace of God that I am enjoying … Read these and other news

Nigeria at 60…

Jide Osuntokun   The average life span of a Nigerian, we are told, is about 50 to 55 years. This means since Nigeria is still standing at 60, it has at least lived longer than the life span of the average Nigerian. But still standing is not enough. Countries like South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore and…

Shelved Strike: Its Normal For People To Say ‘You Sold...

President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Ayuba Wabba, has reacted to comments by some aggrieved Nigerians who feel the group was bought over by the government in regards to the planned nationwide strike. Speaking on Channels TV’s Politics … Read these and other news

201 New COVID-19 Cases, 421 Discharged And 1 Death On...

201 New COVID-19 Cases, 421 Discharged And 1 Death On September 30 201 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria; Lagos-77Rivers-37Plateau-25FCT-13Kaduna-12Ogun-12Adamawa-8Taraba-7Imo-4Kwara-2Osun-2Abia-1Oyo-1 https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1311431187974565891?s=19 Highlights On the 30th of September 2020, 201 new confirmed cases and 1 death was recorded in NigeriaTill date, 58848 cases have been confirmed, 50358 cases have been discharged and 1112 deaths have been recorded in…