Nigerian Digital Citizen: How to Improve Your Digital Footprint

There are 93.6 million Internet users (June, 2017) in Nigeria – a penetration rate of 48.8%. Of this population, those who use the Internet regularly and effectively to engage in society, politics, and government can be referred to Nigerian digital citizens. In Nigeria social media space, some are known as Twitter activists, controversial bloggers, Twitter… Read More Nigerian Digital Citizen: How to Improve Your Digital Footprint

Is Poor Electricity Supply Responsible for Nigeria’s Slow-Paced Industrialization?

According to a Thisday report, the Nigerian Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, said the lack of adequate electricity in Nigeria can’t be responsible for the country’s slow-paced industrialization, or drop in levels of her economic growth. He said existing statistics in the power sector shows that Generation companies (Gencos) have been able… Read More Is Poor Electricity Supply Responsible for Nigeria’s Slow-Paced Industrialization?

Nigeria’ 8,500 Years Old Dafuna Canoe and Lack of Interest in Archaeology

There have been great discoveries of relics in Nigeria which includes the famous 2,500 years old Nok artifacts discovered in 1929, the 2,000 years old Igbo-Ukwu artifacts discovered in 1939  and  the 8,500 years old Dafuna Canoe discovered in 1987. While records shows that Nok and the Igbo-Ukwu finds, have been extensively researched and studied by archaeologist… Read More Nigeria’ 8,500 Years Old Dafuna Canoe and Lack of Interest in Archaeology

A $10 Billion Renewable Mini-grid Market for Impact Investors to Kick Start in Nigeria

Energy access in Africa is close to my heart. Bringing clean, renewable power to people instead of building coal-fired power stations is absolutely essential if we are going to tackle climate change. Despite great progress in recent years, still every night too much of Africa remains in darkness. But this is about so much more… Read More A $10 Billion Renewable Mini-grid Market for Impact Investors to Kick Start in Nigeria

Poor Funding not the Root Cause of Declining Standard of Education in Nigeria – According to Study

According to a study by Dr. Oby Ezekwesili‏ when she was the Minister of Education in Nigeria, the poor funding of education in Nigeria is not the root cause of declining standard  of education in the country. The rest of this article is a compilation of her tweets culled from a Twitter Trend where she discussed this Study and… Read More Poor Funding not the Root Cause of Declining Standard of Education in Nigeria – According to Study