I recall a time where they wouldn’t dare to be themselves, they’d cluster in corners and shroud themselves from the world A time where being themselves was met with severe aggression in many forms, particularly beatings by peers Where their jobs, and reputations were at risk and they could lose everything But now They parade … Continue reading 14 years!
Let’s take a cursory look at the effect of this ASUU strike on national development. After the strike,when ever it is called-off, some students will graduate and go on compulsory National Youth Service Scheme(NYSC) for a year and will be required to return to the employment market. Employers will say you need to have at … Continue reading ASUU Strike and its Ripple Effect: Musings of a Nigerian Student
Recently, there have been consistent radio adverts urging Nigerians to accept deregulation as the magic wand invented by our team of expert economists for solving our national problems. Deregulation simply means non-direct involvement of government in the deregulated sectors. It could also be called privatization. It might help to recall that privatization has been around … Continue reading Deregulate the Federal Government