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Sunday, September 20, 2020

What racism cost us all

Addressing systemic racism is a moral imperative; it can also make economies stronger George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Ahmaud Arbery. Three Black Americans killed in acts that reminded the world that systemic racism is still very real in the United States. The early summer protests that followed,...

As VP And Law Professor, What Has Pastor RUGA Done To Reform Nigeria’s Primitive Justice System? By Bayo Oluwasanmi

Law is the most powerful means of social control. Societies have different systems for resolving disputes -- negotiation, mediation, arbitration and adjudication. In primitive societies like Nigeria, justice is not the highest priority. Nigeria is a stateless primitive society where justice takes forever. It is...

Stocks Are Soaring. So Is Misery.

Optimism about Apple’s future profits won’t pay this month’s rent. On Tuesday, the S&P 500 stock index hit a record high. The next day, Apple became the first U.S. company in history to be valued at more than $2 trillion. Donald Trump is, of course,...

LETTER: Nigeria must get its act together

My first impression on reading Dianna Games’ article was: No! You don’t say? (“Shoprite exit shows Nigeria is not an easy place for business”, August 6). Let’s say it as it is — Nigeria is a difficult place to do business. Speaking up may...

Sanwo-Olu: Showing leadership during COVID-19 pandemic

By Gboyega Akosile Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s performance in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Lagos is exemplary, considering what his administration has done in the last six months to ensure that the Centre of Excellence remains on top of the situation. Looking...

Economic Note: Adapalm, Ohaji in Imo State

By Steve Osuji I drove past this sprawling palm tree estate this weekend and as always, it evoked tears… Each time I visit this vast integrated palm plantation, probably the largest in Africa, I can’t help but get emotional. I am often troubled to tears at what...

It’s Time to Take it to The Next Level by Tony Ogunlowo

This it! The Whole world is going crazy and you need to prepare yourself to go through incredible tough times for a long time to come! You need to be more tougher than ever to see these troubled times through ( See my previous article ‘When...

Zhang Yiming: tech baron caught in a bind

Donald Trump’s attack on TikTok leaves the founder’s global dream in tatters

Back on the beat, after defeating COVID-19

By Gboyega Akosile Thank God I am back at my duty post! I returned to work today, Wednesday, August 5, 2020 after several weeks away, battling the monstrous Coronavirus. It began with a feverish condition on Wednesday, July 1, 2020. I usually don't joke with my...

How to Prevent the Looming Sovereign-Debt Crisis

From Latin America’s lost decade in the 1980s to the more recent Greek crisis, there are plenty of painful reminders of what happens when countries cannot service their debts. A global debt crisis today would likely push millions of people into unemployment and fuel instability and violence around the world.
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