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Mental health: Misconceptions, assumptions and a dash of truth

Mental health: Misconceptions, assumptions and a dash of truth

Apr 18, 2020010 Min Read

Mental health When was the very first time you heard that term? Take a moment to ponder. I don’t remember.…

Pitfalls of human resource management and its practice in Nigeria: What ‘you smell nice’ taught me

Pitfalls of human resource management and its practice in Nigeria: What ‘you smell nice’ taught me

Feb 21, 2020011 Min Read

“…You’re confused,” she said matter-of-factly. She did not raise her voice. She did not bat an eyelid. It was a…

Burning bushes and dry riverbeds: Why should we care?

Burning bushes and dry riverbeds: Why should we care?

Sep 27, 2019011 Min Read

If you are familiar with Biblical events, then you would know the story of the burning bush and the seabed…

Domestic violence: Why the victims stay

Domestic violence: Why the victims stay

Jul 29, 2019013 Min Read

To what can we liken domestic violence? An insidious virus or a fast-acting poison? Either way, domestic violence has far-reaching,…

Stereotypes: Two sides of the coin

Stereotypes: Two sides of the coin

Jun 30, 201909 Min Read

Stereotypes. They are everywhere. They cut across colour, race, gender, economic status, educational background. Everything. More often than not, they…

The dearth of investigative journalism in Nigeria: An analysis

The dearth of investigative journalism in Nigeria: An analysis

May 25, 2019012 Min Read

When we think of ‘investigative journalism’, more often than not, we picture an over-zealous, stubborn journalist who ducks behind trees…

The leak in our ship: How lack of agricultural research is hurting Nigeria

The leak in our ship: How lack of agricultural research is hurting Nigeria

Apr 26, 2019012 Min Read

The problem of Nigeria has never been whether or not research institutions exist. They abound. Every now and then, I…

Nigeria poised to be a renewable energy giant: A young technologist’s perspective

Nigeria poised to be a renewable energy giant: A young technologist’s perspective

Mar 21, 2019011 Min Read

On February 21st, while speaking to young Nigerians on exploring the employment market at the 2019 BRF Gabfest in Lagos,…

Past, present, future: How mobile applications shape Nigerian lives

Past, present, future: How mobile applications shape Nigerian lives

Feb 19, 2019011 Min Read

“Mobile apps are shaping the future” – Oluwatobi Akinpelu You might not realize it, but our lives are more or…

Making the most of a new year: Tips and hacks

Making the most of a new year: Tips and hacks

Dec 28, 201806 Min Read

We have heard it all before: how a new year is like a blank sheet and one must make the…

Commercialization of Christmas: Yay or nay?

Commercialization of Christmas: Yay or nay?

Dec 20, 201805 Min Read

To most of us, the term ‘commercialization’ is a dirty word. It is associated with mindlessly amassing wealth and the…

Parenting: Finding the line between self-expression and lawlessness

Parenting: Finding the line between self-expression and lawlessness

Dec 11, 201805 Min Read

Parenting is one job with the highest stakes in the world – the life of someone you love dearly. If…

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