Category: Values

Intellectual Poverty In Nigeria

Intellectualism is not wholly a function of formal education.   Intellectual Poverty In Nigeria By Adeola Aderounmu On June 9, 2007 I defined mass poverty on my blog. In my own opinion, that was the first definition of mass poverty anywhere. I wrote the… Continue Reading “Intellectual Poverty In Nigeria”

Nigerian Politics: The Meaning And Consequences Of Our Collective Foolishness

By Adeola Aderounmu     There are several millions of people in Nigeria living in abject poverty and penury. I have been writing about this topic for many years. Over and over again l have defined mass poverty using Nigeria as a point of… Continue Reading “Nigerian Politics: The Meaning And Consequences Of Our Collective Foolishness”

Mr. Ambode, The governor Of Lagos Island And The god Of Lagos

By Adeola Aderounmu The hottest news from Nigeria this week is the sacking of a church worker by the governor of Lagos state. In a manner akin only to wickedness and evil machinations, Mr. Ambode, whom l have long regarded as the governor of… Continue Reading “Mr. Ambode, The governor Of Lagos Island And The god Of Lagos”

Paying It Forward: The Way I want To Live

In this story l want to share some real life experiences of paying forward. Paying It Forward: The Way I want To Live By Adeola Aderounmu One day my phone rang 5 minutes after l returned home from a shopping mall. I had done… Continue Reading “Paying It Forward: The Way I want To Live”

Why Men Should Cook

Cooking can be a form of relaxation. It is surely art. A nation or a country can be built on well laid foundations that start from the family. Why Men Should Cook By Adeola Aderounmu A nation or a country can be built on… Continue Reading “Why Men Should Cook”

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