Saturday, April 21, 2018
by Atiku Nafisa Emmanuela Democracy as a concept is not unchanging neither is it immutable. It’s fragility is dependent on the society in which it is developed in. it is notable to point out that, strong democracies take time, strong...
by Olufemi Ibukun Democracy, in modern parlance, denotes "the rule of the people" wherein the affairs of a political state does not elude every single head. Here, every person confers their politically legitimate authority on a desired individual or group...
by Ajadi Daniel The generality of those that participated in the YMonitor online poll believed that their state governors does not deserve another term in office. Do you belong to that school of thought also. Do you think your state governor...
by Opeoluwa Quadri The Lagos light rail project which started in 2008 and estimated to be completed in 2011 is yet to see the light of the day. It is an ambitious project that will increase the economic advantage of...
by YMonitor Over 110,000 people in 24 communities were displaced by flood in Benue last year, 10,000 were affected in Kogi and there were also pockets of displacement and loss of properties in other states of the federation such as...
by Ajadi Daniel This road extension in Igbogbo, Ikorodu is the reason for the demolition of properties in that area, the exercise started few weeks back. Reports gathered has it that the road construction is towards Ijede, Ijebu-Ode. Properties on...
by Opeoluwa Quadri An unjust law is a law with no human face, that which affects the grundnorm, which does not encourage justice, fairness and equity, the purpose of a law is what defines it, not the fact of its...
by Ajadi Daniel Kaduna state is one of the few states, if not the only state, that give credence to open governance and unprecedented level of accountability at least given the fact that these words are new to us in...
by Adesina Tosin Human capital development refers to the process of acquiring and increasing the number of persons who have the skills, education and experience that are critical for economic growth and development of a country’s economy (Okojie, 2005). No country...
by David Temitope Two things are needed to reform Nigeria’s education for development of human capital. They are, schools that build complete citizens, and teachers that have a sense of success in teaching. Let us examine two relevant quotes. Lee...

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