Restructuring or infrastructure?
By Tahir Ibrahim Tahir Talban Bauchi. Revenues have dipped astronomically to the extent that the NNPC is not doing the ‘crocodile smile’ or ‘python dance’ to FAAC allocations due to the pressure from oil subsidy. Things are quite bumpy in the most sane climes too and your average dollar cannot buy you what it used […]
Adamu Adamu: Salient strides in the transformation of tertiary education.
By Tahir Ibrahim Tahir Talban Bauchi. Mallam Adamu Adamu is one of the most prolific writers of our time who was consistently passionate about the predicament of tertiary education in Nigeria. He dedicated his columns to the advancement of the ASUU struggles, through the 2000s, most pungent was his, ‘Why ASUU is always on strike’ […]
Yahoo: Nigerians Caught In The Web
“The most comfortable thing is to live within your means and damn the consequences” – President Buhari. A simple anecdote for financial prudence and self discipline, admonishing young Nigerians to live within their means and shun unaffordable luxuries which are usually acquired fraudulently. But the Nigerian blogosphere was awash with criticism and malevolence and there […]