SERIOUSLY SINGLE

This South African movie is the  Number 1 trending movie in Nigeria for now. This is really a big deal because Nigerians love love. We are also critical of how we spend our time and…




Equity

The pursuit of reason, truth and equity

From the Editor-in-Chief Welcome to the inaugural edition of The Journal! This publication emerges, and strategically so, at a time when nations and societies are submerged in an overabundance of seeming unavoidable distractions, disruptions and…



Donald Trump: Marvelling at America

Suleiman Galadima Donald Trump, the President of the United States, is an interesting personality that is pleasing to the eyes; controversial, unpredictable with his many gaffes. He has become the unending stock of troupes for…


North

Going Up North

By Ennie Sophie Oluwa With the outbreak of COVID-19 and the lockdown rules in most nations of the world, Nigeria inclusive, the tourism industry has been one of the most affected. Many in the travel…


The ICPC and it’s Many Hurdles

Femi Morgan For many Nigerians, the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, ICPC, is a silent and powerless anti-corruption agency, while the EFCC is the bolder and more active on the Nigerian landscape….


corruption

Corruption: Daring The Monster

Corruption is no longer a series of isolated cases exposed by the Nigerian media. it is culture fostered by years of misrule and mismanagement, trickling into every faucet of the Nigerian life. Corruption is best…





Urgent Reform for the EFCC

By Tade Ipadeola In the preface to his magisterial book on the origin of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, titled A Paradise for Maggots, Professor Wale Adebanwi recounts an incident that occurred in…