Response to media comments on woolwich attack

My Fellow Nigerian & My Most Dearest , By now you all must have heard of the gruesome killing of a British soldier by 2 young British men in Woolwich, SE, London yesterday. One of the young men has been identified as Michael Adeboloja and is being refered to in ALL media reports as Nigerian/British […]

The Economist: How Nigeria’s economy grew by 89% overnight

ON SATURDAY, April 5th, South Africa was Africa’s largest economy. The IMF put its GDP at $354 billion last year, well ahead of its closest rival for the crown, Nigeria. By Sunday afternoon that had changed. Nigeria’s statistician-general announced that his country’s GDP for 2013 had been revised from 42.4 trillion naira to 80.2 trillion […]

Healthy Eating

Ever heard the phrase “You are what you eat”? Bearing in mind that the “what” comprises both the “how” and “when” of what we feed on, I am sure you will agree that if we scrutinised a snapshot of our regular nourishment and eating habits, the disclosure would be somewhat sobering at best, and staggering […]