I stand by my words

I stand by my words

By Sola Adeyeye As far as I know, I was the first NASS member ever to make issues of the emoluments of National Assembly members. I have seized numerous opportunities to raise my voice against the bloated running costs which are referred to by the public as allowances. I did…
Compensation and Human Behaviour

Compensation and Human Behaviour

By Eruobodo Lanre Oyenuga Eruobodo is not a psychologist! Neither are very many people that predict/read the behaviour of others, very accurately. However, I’ve noticed common behavioural patterns in humans, who suffer certain lacks growing up, called Compensation. For the sake of this discuss, Compensation is the habit of making…
5 signs of a personal loan scam

5 signs of a personal loan scam

With the proliferation of internet, it is now easy to learn about people’s behaviors online. The data captured during this learning process is used to serve people targeted adverts. What this means is, if you are always visiting flight booking sites, or looking for low rate air tickets online, or…
Destination of the Week: Lafia

Destination of the Week: Lafia

A major urban town and capital city of Nasarawa State, Lafia is an old pro at capturing the hearts of its visitors. Formerly known as Lafia Beri-Beri and then Anane – a small town of the Arago people – Lafia became the capital of a prominent local chiefdom in the early 19th century.Modern Lafia…
How to Support Female Entrepreneurs in Nigeria

How to Support Female Entrepreneurs in Nigeria

Women entrepreneurs are actually becoming more successful and ambitious in today’s business world. However, there are still a whole lot of efforts that still need to be invested in boosting and accelerating female entrepreneurship especially in an emerging nation like Nigeria. In line with this, we discuss ways to boost…
Some Remedies to Judicial Corruption in Nigeria

Some Remedies to Judicial Corruption in Nigeria

By Dr Charles Omole In a previous article, I revealed some of the ways judges and court staff are induced by litigants to “buy” verdicts. Judicial corruption is a global phenomenon, although its worst manifestations are in developing countries. By 2015, Transparency International (TI) found that 28% of citizens across…