Awokoya

Stephen O. Awokoya

Stephen Oluwole Awokoya was an educationist, who as minister was responsible for launching the Awolowo administration’s Universal Primary Education in the West. Awokoya contributed in various…

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Nigeria's Minister of Solid Minerals Developments Kayode Fayemi meets with US ambassador to Nigeria James F. Entwistle in Abuja, on January 7, 2016. (Photo by next24online/NurPhoto) (Photo by NurPhoto/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Kayode Fayemi

Kayode Fayemi was a pro-democracy activist of the Generals Babangida and Abacha eras, later joining politics to become governor of Ekiti state in 2010 and a cabinet member of President Buhari…

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As part of the NEEDS policies, telecom sector was liberalized hence the brands as seen in a street here. Source: africatelecomit

NEEDS

NEEDS, National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy was Nigeria’s home grown poverty reduction and socio-economic development strategy under Olusegun Obasanjo‘s presidency….

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Henry Dallimore

Henry Dallimore

Henry Dallimore was a pionner Christian missionary in old Ekiti Division and founder of the area’s premier secondary school; Christ School, Ado-Ekiti. Born 1885 in England, Dallimore came to…

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Lagos protest against land taxes

Aborigine Society

Anti-Slavery and Aborigine Society was a group formed as a corrective against the imperfections of the Crown Colony systems. Lagos Auxiliary of this society, founded by Christopher Sapara Williams…

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Aiyetoro, a town located on the Atlantic Coast was founded on the principles of Communism by a group of Ilaje “rebel” priests of the C & S Church in 1947.

Communism

Communism is an ideology based on the precept of “common ownership” most popularly believed to have originated from the Greek philosopher, Plato’s 380BC piece, “The Republic” in which he…

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Infrastructure in Lagos, powered by China. The Lagos Light rail project

Bilateralism

Bilateralism is a global phenomenon, like multiteralism, manifested in the dimensions of the economic, cultural, and political at public and private sector’s levels. In its economic dimension,…

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Leke Alder at Social Media Week

Leke Alder

Leke Alder is the brand strategist and policy consultant credited with introducing branding as a discipline to Nigeria. Through the Alder Consulting, which he founded, he has consulted on policy,…

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Meritocrat Nigerian students at Harvard converse with friends.

Meritocracy

Meritocracy is an elite group whose progress is earned with their intellectual prowess, rather than wealth or class privilege. The term also describes the practise of this form of government….

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