Month: September 2018

The Unwritten Rule: Senate as a Retirement Home for Governors

Post Views: 92 Governance in Nigeria has shown that there is a thin gap between a quest for relevance and a desire to serve the people. An emerging trend in Nigerian politics involves serving and mostly-under performing governors retiring to the senate after two-terms of absolute mediocrity. A move motivated by their quest to remain …

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Corruption In Nigeria Is No surprise, Osun State In Perspective

Post Views: 123 Corruption in Nigeria is no surprise. As of 2017, Nigeria ranked 148 out of 180 in the Corruption Perception Index. Nigeria’s consistent performance however is a sad news. We have been known to consistently invent new ways to cleverly take from others what doesn’t belong to us. On a recent trip back …

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Young Africans for Opportunities-KNUST teams up with Adehyee Leo club, KNUST to clean up AU Gardens on KNUST campus.

Post Views: 288 September 21st is marked on the Ghanaian calendar as Founders Day celebration; a day for celebrating the accomplishments of a leader who gave his all to ensure that generations of tomorrow do not live in fear on their own land. This illustrious gentleman is no other but the very first president of …

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The Think Tank Essentials Course, From Thinking to Doing

Post Views: 169 The Think Tank Essentials Course: Our Experience ‘‘Facts tell, stories sell. ’’ At the Young Africans For Opportunities, this phrase will go down as one of the most enlightening for the year 2018. It was prominently featured in several sessions at the Think Tank Essentials training. The Atlas Leadership Academy’s Think Tank …

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