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Do you act like a leader?

If you want to become a leader, don’t wait for the fancy title or the corner office. You can begin to act, think, and communicate like a leader long before…

Bitter politics: Between Dokubo and Aliyu

with Adebolu Arowolo, 08171143579, bolurowolo@yahoo.co.uk  Nigeria is no doubt at war with itself. Violence stalks the land like never before. Precious human blood is being spilled and splattered everywhere. Scores are killed…

Let’s go back to issue-based politics

Adebolu Arowolo, 08171143579, bolurowolo@yahoo.co.uk Political contests in Nigeria often pose severe threats to the nation’s fragile peace and stability, always degenerating into battlefield situations where lives and property are lost. The 2015…

Let’s go back to issue-based politics

with Adebolu Arowolo, 08171143579, bolurowolo@yahoo.co.uk Political contests in Nigeria often pose severe threats to the nation’s fragile peace and stability, always degenerating into battlefield situations where lives and property are lost. The…

Bamigbetan: Don’t allow abduction in Yoruba land

Bamigbetan: Don’t allow abduction in Yoruba land

With Adebolu Arowole, SMS: 08171143579, Email: bolurowolo@yahoo.co.uk   I salute Frederick Fasehun and members of the O’odua Peoples Congress for their quick response to the unfortunate kidnapping of our friend and…

Boko Haram amnesty is a road to nowhere

Boko Haram amnesty is a road to nowhere

With Adebolu Arowolo, bolurowolo@yahoo.co.uk   A spokesman of the violent Islamist sect, Boko Haram, who spoke recently on the Hausa service of the BBC under the name Abu Dardan said clearly…

Arrest this descent into anarchy

Arrest this descent into anarchy

It is a huge irony that as Nigeria  prepares to roll out drums to celebrate 100 years of amalgamation, fierce centrifugal forces are assailing this fragile nation threatening to tear…

Petrol to sell for N200 per litre?

By Adebolu Arowolo President Goodluck Jonathan is flying a kite of another petrol price hike that must be instantly shot down. At a recent economic summit in Lagos, Jonathan said…

Air crashes and fruitless probes

The whole purpose of every investigation and research is to take positive lessons from happenings and avoid past mistakes. The use of research results and recommendations has helped humans to…

The oil-dependent economy is in trouble again

The oil-dependent economy is in trouble again

There are barrels of trouble again for the beleaguered economy. As executive-legislative bickering rages over the 2013 budget and the President continues to withhold his signature, the major benchmarks and…

Thanking Keshi for his lesson in self-reliance

By Adebolu Arowolo, 08171143579, bolurowolo@yahoo.co.uk A happy and grateful nation has showered honour and gifts on the Stephen Keshi-coached Super Eagles for restoring our national pride and renewing our sense of unity…

New path to a peaceful change

With Adebolu Arowolo, 08171143579, bolurowolo@yahoo.co.uk Since the return of democracy in 1999 economic development has stagnated and the distribution of national wealth has been non-inclusive, leading to mass poverty, general discontent and…

RMAFC’s largesse and the ailing economy

By Adebolu Arowolo, 08171143579, bolurowolo@yahoo.co.uk At the heart of the nation’s perpetually ailing economy and non-inclusive growth is a huge and escalating cost of governance that has always gulped the lion’s…

Importing 100 large scale rice mills

By Adebolu Arowolo, 08171143579, bolurowolo@yahoo.co.uk The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, comes along as a bright star in an otherwise lackluster cabinet. His words, facts and figures at…

This cement industry must not die

With Adebolu Arowolo, 08171143579, bolurowolo@yahoo.co.uk The nation’s cement industry has been a shining star in the dark and gloomy firmament of failed industrialization and atrophied real sector. Owing to deliberate concessions, goodwill,…

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