It is incredulous to imagine that the evident reality of our warming planet has been met with extreme politicization and deep-seated scepticism to science across the world. Scientists have been branded as alarmists; public advocates have been met with life-threatening opposition (227 were killed in 2020), and Greta Thunberg has been called everything from mentally-ill to communist propagandist.
Now that Governor Babtunde Fashola has concluded that the next phase of the ‘remodelling Lagos project’ is the eradication of commercial motorcycles from the streets of Lagos, the debate about whether he actually is a hero or villain inevitably resurfaces. In all honesty, no one doubts that at the core of his being, Fashola means well for the generality of… Read More »If Not For ‘Okada’
In an ever-evolving world, it is not entirely strange to look to the past to garner inspiration for moving forward, but it is quite unsettling to persistently agitate for the glory days in history. This exactly is what Nigeria has grown to personify at the moment. Very little in the present gives satisfaction to the older generation or the new… Read More »Moving Nigeria Forward (III): Back to the ’70s