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Waste-to-Energy: How Nigeria can apply the Reppie model in Ethiopia -By Konye O. Obaji

  Trash can be Nigeria’s new oil – Konye Obaji What if Nigeria could turn its trash into electrical energy, clean water, and bricks? If it could, the country would fix its electrical supply problems, create millions of steady jobs, solve its portable water problems, and boost its infrastructure and housing cost problems. This would […]

In my series on Nigeria’s diverse sociologies, I spoke about the sociology of Ojú ayé. The sociology of Ojú ayé encompasses the whole gamut of the hypocritic disposition of the Nigerian that makes it difficult for any jury to define what her ethical stance are as a people . I will add another dimension to […]

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    Nigerians who were in the multipurpose hall of the Lagos Television at the weekend to parley on the peaceful coexistence in Nigeria must have gone back to their homes with purified minds to be good citizens and ambassadors of peace in their societies. That was a wonderful gathering that should be organized regularly […]

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In my own honourable words, a mistake made once is a lesson learnt, but a repeated mistake is foolishness. As 2019 general election is drawing closer the rhythm of getting one’s permanent voters card (PVC) has become the order of the day. Radio, television, newspapers have been carrying the information on daily basis, even religious […]

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The declaration of June 12 as the henceforth Democracy Day is itself applauding. It’s also well-deserved by the late democrat. Thank you PMB. I hope the MKO family would equally find it acknowledgeable. But, beyond the honors are political hoodwink, cajolery and hornswoggle. First, PMB, the honor giver, was an active actor of the June-12 […]

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  This is what citizens reported to pay for the Permanent Voters Card Enrollment. Rather than being better than Monday 4th of June, Tuesday presented a more terrible platform for citizens to obtain their permanent Voters’ Card (PVC). As not only were the residents of Ayobo CDA put through a rigorous filtering process before some […]

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  It is a familiar teaching among Christians that the fall of the first man, Adam was though plotted by the serpent but brought to fruition with the help of a woman, Eve. In the same span, the redemption of man was also facilitated by a woman (the blessed Mary) who by her fiat provided […]

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Of recent, there has been a lot of talk about the problems facing Nigeria’s youth especially the issue of drug addiction and fraudulent behaviour. These two vices have led to a ban on the production of codeine in Nigeria and a clamp down on club going youths, because the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, in […]

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  Every October 1st of the year, the nation goes agog with the Independence celebration. October 1st 2017 was not an aberration. This celebratory experience is similar every May 29th when the nation marks her Democracy anniversary. This time, as usual, the media was awash with a stream of anniversary remarks, press releases, and commemoration […]

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  *ANRP condemns the Presidency’s “sluggish approach” to assenting the Age Reduction Bill.* On February 15, 2018, the Age Reduction bill popularly referred to as the Not Too Young To Run bill received affirmative votes from twenty-five (25) state assemblies. 25 state houses of assembly have passed the Not Too Young To Run bill seeking […]

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