Politics

monitoring

Maintenance culture and the inefficient monitoring capacity in Nigeria

During wedding preparations, brides employ professional and expensive makeup artists to decorate their faces and bodies with special...

bitterness

Dissolving Nigeria’s overdue bitterness and distrust for a new society

Digestive systems are designed to breakdown, absorb and discharge food-contents from the body to create space for other...

competition

Reordering the standard of bragging and competition for national growth

Bicycles move forward from the constant competition between the left and right pedals to be in front. Like...

former secessionist regions

Can persons from former secessionist regions be trusted to restore Nigeria?

A man found himself in a derailed train that was dangerously tunnelling through dark bushes to an unknown...

political office experience

Can someone without political office experience change Nigeria?

Employers of labour often prefer candidates with sufficient work experience to ensure refined service and productivity. Yet, despite...

civil government

Reshaping post-colonial civil government for a new Nigeria

Different countries have football bodies that organize matches and other collaborative activities between teams in their country. The...

physical strength and force

How do effective leaders use physical strength and force in administration?

After Theon Greyjoy invaded Winterfell, he was cajoled to show his physical strength and force by publicly executing...

kick out the old politicians

Must the youth kick out the old politicians to build their New Nigeria?

Pete Edochie told his son, Kanayo O Kanayo: “What an old man sees while sitting down, even if...

Police reform

Police reform: role of police in a new Nigeria

A pharmacist developed several drugs which he believed will cure various diseases that afflicted people in a large...

probe previous administrations

Why probe previous administrations? Serving justice or serving excuses

From several religious, academic and social institutions, Nigeria seems saturated with a hedonist influence of pleasure, consumption and...