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Can Nigeria Afford Another Lockdown?

There are grimmer impacts that cannot be accounted for. Many have lost their jobs, crime rates have increased while many more are battling depression from economic and social uncertainties.

EP. 6 | Sustaining Indigenous Languages In Nigeria | Guest: Kola...

Kola Tubosun - writer, linguist and author - joins Manuel to discuss why sustaining indigenous languages in Nigeria is vital for preserving cultural heritage, fostering unity, and more!

Nigeria Needs Strong Institutions, Not Strong Men Making Promises

In his new year's message to Nigerians, President Muhammadu Buhari continued his litany of rendering promises to his fellow countrymen. This time he dismissed...

EP 4: Who Prospers from the Prosperity Gospel in Nigeria? |...

Our guest joins Manuel to discuss the prosperity gospel in Nigeria.

NWABUFO: Isa Funtua Doesn’t Need To Tell Igbo What To Do...

How do we foster oneness with this depressing level insensitivity to matters of national unity? Igbo presidency in 2023 is an issue too critical to ignore.

EP 2: Nigerian Graduates Are Jobless | Guest: Mma Amara Ekeruche

Our guest joins Manuel to discuss the unavailability of jobs for graduates in Nigeria, the role of government and private sector in job creation, and much more.

NWABUFO: Nigerians Shall Not Live On Rice Alone

Rice is not Nigeria's only biggest import.  Some of the country's other huge food imports are sugar, wheat and fish. Of the quoted annual import bill of $22 billion, these commodities bite off a chunk.

NWABUFO: Time To Get Rid Of The House Of Reps

The flatulent size of the national assembly accents the orthodoxies and paradoxes of Nigeria. Nigeria’s lawmakers are some of the highest paid in the...

WATCH: Buhari Gives Condition For Change In Nigeria

President Muhammadu Buhari in a nationwide broadcast to mark the 59th Independence Day of Nigeria on Tuesday, October 1, disclosed that his promise of change can only be actualized if...

Nigeria At 59 And Promises At 59

Since 1960, October 1 has been a day to remember for all Nigerians. Maybe not all find it worth celebrating as challenges abound but...

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