18 April 2020

Ymonitor Issue 52: Ela Oju Kan

An overfed, bellied senior colleague who had sat on the seat of power for more than 10years, with a track record of having spent millions of […]
18 April 2020

Ymonitor Issue 51: Abuja Inferno

About a week ago when the whole nation thought if perhaps it would starve for months or even years, as the massive fire engulfed the treasure […]
8 April 2020

The Future Project, Y! Africa launches new website ‘Beating Corona’ to provide real-time information on pandemic interventions across Nigeria

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Future Project in partnership with Y! Africa has announced the launch of its website – Beating Corona (https://beatingcorona.ng/) aimed […]
7 April 2020

YMonitor Issue 49: Sanwo’s Leading From The Front

Take two, scene…1, 2, action. As the virus swooped in more numbers, the second in command, his aide had just informed him, the gallant man, strongest […]
7 April 2020

YMonitor Issue 48: Boju Boju

“E dn happen” La Casa de loan, Spanish for the Loan Heist casting the Kogi Government as the notorious Berlin, APC as the master planner Professor, […]
7 April 2020

YMonitor Issue 47: Boju Boju

Remember how in the game of hide & seek, we used to want to be hidden from our friends longer just so we win the game […]
7 April 2020

YMonitor Issue 46: Jaapa 101

Looks like criminality & terrorism is fast becoming the best way to ‘Jaapa’ from this country. To the extent that we’ve noticed tutorial centers springing up […]
7 April 2020

Ymonitor Issue 45: International Influencer

Foremost, Bespoke foreign influencer who has mostly toured the world on behalf of our country – the well known PMB & his fellow influencer colleagues from […]
31 March 2020

Pothole tracker: This pothole in Itori-Oke, Ogun requires immediate government attention

  Itori-Oke road in Ogun needs immediate attention. The well-like pothole captured below s a threat to the life of commuters. We are calling on the […]
31 March 2020

As bad as Akute roads are, the government insists on turning deaf ears to residents’ plea

  Perhaps it is better to say that there are no roads in Akute than to use the connotation of bad roads. For a community sandwiched […]