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Introversion: Embracing silence in a noisy society -By Labaran Yusuf

  “Wise men, when in doubt whether to speak or keep quiet, give themselves the benefit of doubt, and remain silent” – Napoleon Hill Ask a psychology professor, who is an introvert? And here are some of the replies you will come across: the child who immediately, when he comes home from school, escapes to […]

Many people are into blogging and making it big in it, but some never thought of researching the history behind it. It is my opinion to let you know that  Blogging started out years ago as a way for people to connect to others and share pictures, stories and experiences. It was considered to be […]

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  Leadership has as one of its basic principles, service to the people but when one’s definition of leadership is all in a bid to enjoy the fattenings and gains of office, one may end up slaughtering his followers in a desperate bid to achieve selfish goals. The recent purchase of the OAU students’ Union […]

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  The brand, and marketing communications world is an interesting one. There’s always a buzzword/phrase flying around and in recent times, that word is “influencer marketing”. Here’ a little background on how we all became obsessed with this phrase. Celebrity endorsements have been around for so long, but in Nigeria, it became really pervasive about […]

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  At every given opportunity, political scientists and commentators usually point out leadership as one of the fundamental problems facing Nigeria. They pronounce this in classrooms, lecture halls, conferences and on the pages of newspapers. But one clear task they have refused to undertake for Nigeria is identifying the qualifications and qualities that make a […]

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  The Bakassi people, Nigeria’s longest suffering political orphans, are sitting out in the cold, mediocre and squalid refugee camps for nearly two decades in a stretch and at best, what they get is official tears and emotionless stares from the rest of us. Their tragedy even preceded the mayhem of the North-East region, inflicted […]

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  Within a week, a former minister and her husband were kidnapped along the Kaduna-Abuja highway; the wife of the Central Bank Governor of Nigeria was kidnapped along the Benin-Asaba Expressway; four students and two teachers were kidnapped from a secondary school in Epe, Lagos. A week before, four landlords were kidnapped in Isheri, a […]

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  In the midst of the challenges besetting the nation it has become easy to mix the grain with the chaff and possibly throw away that which is valuable because of a now dominant tendency to pull down anyone in public office irrespective of whether they are tainted as alleged or not. The Director General […]

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  A reflection of what history holds for Obafemi Awolowo University Students’ Union and an evidential place of the Union in the community through its tenets and principles as enshrined in its Sacrosanct Constitution is a pointer to the fact that the Union is one which aims at protecting the interests of its member, promoting […]

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AMCON’s dubious economic function -By Tayo Oke

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    The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria is a government agency established by an Act of the National Assembly in 2010, “for the purpose of efficiently resolving the non-performing loan assets of banks in Nigeria; and for related matters”. The consolidation (or shrinking) of the banks in Nigeria from over 100 to just 25 […]

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