By Ehime Alex  As in many developing countries, cash has been the most prevalent mode of payment in Nigeria until 2012 when the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) introduced the cashless policy with the aim of promoting the use of electronic payment channels instead of cash. Since then, banking... Read more
First Bank Sportlighting Oppotuinities In The Agriculture Value Chain
In 2017, the Nigerian agriculture sector witnessed a revolutionary discourse on the economic benefits of sustainable agriculture value-chain as an alternative source of economic development and foreign exchange with the launch of FirstBank Agric Expo. It was a first-of-its-kind initiative that afforded the bank the opportunity to aggregate top... Read more
By Obinna Emelike (BusinessDay) Having worked round the clock since the beginning of the year, it is ideal to take out time to relax and rejuvenate. Well, you do not need to wait until the end of the year to unwind as summer is already beckoning on discerning holiday... Read more
Buhari’s Certificate Controversy And The Essentiality Of Education
By Omoshola Deji   Nigeria’s 2019 presidential election has ended, but the contest is ongoing at the tribunal. Politics is a mean game – and politicians devise every means to win. That ex-Vice President Atiku Abubakar is challenging the result doesn’t mean he won. He may have indeed lose... Read more
By Basil Okoh (“WAR WILL SOON BREAK OUT IN NIGERIA. MARK MY WORDS” – Olusegun Obasanjo.) Another civil war in Nigeria has become imminent and inevitable. The reason for its inevitability is simply because Muhammadu Buhari, the Northern Nigeria Fulani oligarchs and the wider network of Fulani in Sub-Saharan... Read more
Breakdown Of Buhari’s Fulani Ruga Settlement Program For West And Central African Fulanis In Eastern Nigeria
By StPaul Abianulia   The South East gets 8,800,000 (eight million and eight hundred) Fulanis resettled in 30 new exclusive LGAs or RUGAs. Each of Rivers State, Bayelsa, Akwa Ibom and Cross River States get 1,560,000 (one million and five hundred and sixty thousand) Fulanis in the 6 new... Read more
Permanently Ending Chaos In Sudan
By Arlene J. Schar and Dr. David Leffler The paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) chief and deputy head of the Transitional Military Council (TMC), Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, previously warned that he will not tolerate “any chaos” in Sudan. Despite his organization ‘s strong-handed efforts, The Guardian reports that... Read more
Our Leaders Need More Than Hope
By Arlene J. Schar and Dr. David Leffler   “The kingdom of Saudi Arabia does not want a war in the region nor does it seek that, It will do what it can to prevent this war…” –Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir Attacks on Saudi Arabia’s... Read more
By: Iyiachukwu G.C. Achukwu Last week I stopped off at a Waterstone Bookshop, somewhere in East London and made some selection of Books. Of course, I picked one of my favorite thrilers, John Grisham. In Chapter 7 of the novel – The Rooster Bar, Mr Gordy, a young law... Read more
By Chidiebere Chukwuneme 1. Saudi Arabia is the headquarters of the Islamic religion. They practice the religion to the core. In fact the holiest Islamic site is there. They practice polygamy. Mortality rate there is low. Standard of living and health condition there is very excellent and they are... Read more