3 big choices you have to make in 2017

One thing about this year’s prophecy is that the kind of choices you make will determine the kind of surprises you will receive this year. “The reality of life is that God created us to make choices and expected us to make choices.” Gen 30:19-20, Luke 22:41-43. As we all know, surprises can be positive … Continue reading 3 big choices you have to make in 2017

Becoming a better Writer

Before we roll into the basics of becoming a better writer, what are the benefits? Well, these are the few I could think of: It improves self-confidence: like with any other skill, becoming better at writing will improve your self-confidence, which will ultimately improve your all-round performance on routine tasks. It gives you an edge … Continue reading Becoming a better Writer

[Guest Post] Stanley Ihugba: Naira Devaluation: To do or not to do?

In mid-2015, the global price of crude oil which is Nigeria’s major source of foreign exchange tanked. One of the ripple effect of this price crash was a severe dip in foreign exchange earnings and the concomitant shrinking of our foreign reserves as reflected from the sharp decline from $34.3 billion in August 2015 to … Continue reading [Guest Post] Stanley Ihugba: Naira Devaluation: To do or not to do?

Nigeria: The challenge of diversification and industrialisation

Since the ascension of President Buhari to power, oil prices have taken hits-it currently hovers around $30 per barrel- which have sent mono-economic oil revenue-dependent nations into recessions. Nigeria unfortunately, happens to be one of these nations. The Nation will be borrowing $5 billion dollars per day to fund the 2016 budget deficit. The line … Continue reading Nigeria: The challenge of diversification and industrialisation

The African philosophy of primitive wealth and power accumulation

I was having a discussion recently with my Lokoja neighbours, where am currently serving as a Corper. It bothered on the concept and function of money. For my neighbours (aides to a legislator) “money answereth all things.” For their ilk, money is the prime purpose of life, “make as much money as you can, when … Continue reading The African philosophy of primitive wealth and power accumulation