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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 that promotion. Even if you’re still several levels down and someone else is calling all the shots, there are numerous ways to demonstrate your potential...

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 on a daily basis. And as the Giant of Africa remains prostrate on life support machine, more afflictions and opportunistic infections still manage...

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 election is not likely to be significantly different from the ones before it. War drums are already being sounded and the...

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 2015 election is not likely to be significantly different from the ones before it. War drums are already being sounded and...

With Adebolu Arowole, SMS: 08171143579, Email: bolurowolo@yahoo.co.uk   I salute Frederick Fasehun and members of the O’odua Peoples Congress...

With Adebolu Arowolo, bolurowolo@yahoo.co.uk   A spokesman of the violent Islamist sect, Boko Haram, who spoke recently on the Hausa service of...

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...

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 he still had some subsidy to remove and then mouthed the usual silly and unacceptable reason that “We cannot continue to waste resources meant for the greater number of Nigerians to subsidise...

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 overcome obstacles and make living more tolerable. This is not so for us as a country. As we confront the embarrassment of frequent plane crashes, past probes and investigations have...

There are barrels of trouble again for the beleaguered economy. As executive-legislative bickering rages over the 2013 budget and the President continues...