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Renewable Energy Progress: Lessons For Nigeria

By Oladotun M Fadeyiye Nigeria’s efforts to harness the abundant energy resources available at its disposal still remains herculean task. Nigeria Energy Sector has been lagging behind both in terms of innovation and technological advancement, and this is really taking it toll on Nigeria’s economic development to a very large extent. Today, nation like US has been one of the ...

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Let us fight against counterfeit and substandard products!

Every country has her own challenges with substandard goods and products, whether manufactured locally or imported, but that of Nigeria is in higher than usual dimensions. I made up my mind to do this blog, because of my own frequent encounter with substandard products. Picture this scenario, you have been using a particular body lotion for the past couple of ...

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State of the Nationhood: After Five Decades

Another Independence Day celebration has come and gone in Nigeria. For five decades and three years we have consistently celebrated 1,October 1960, the day, the British Colonial Masters deemed it fit to leave us to take our destiny in our hands as a nation. The day our problems began as a nation. The day ethnic and tribal segregation started. The ...

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