Tag: unemployment

Disgraceful And Shallow Campaigns (Part 1)

I am missing proper discussions and debates on the economy, unemployment, insecurity, migration, social injustice, inequality, education, health, population growth, science, technology and a holistic approach to reducing intellectual and material poverty in Nigeria. Disgraceful And Shallow Campaigns (Part 1) By Adeola Aderounmu The… Continue Reading “Disgraceful And Shallow Campaigns (Part 1)”

Things That Happen In Nigeria (Part 1)

By Adeola Aderounmu I remember that sometime in the late 1990s I filled and submitted the Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC) form for employment in Nigeria. This is 2013 and no sane person in the Human Resources Department of the Federal Civil Service Commission… Continue Reading “Things That Happen In Nigeria (Part 1)”

N18 000 is Still Minimum [Poverty] Wage

By Adeola Aderounmu There was a strike in Nigeria on Wednesday November 10. These strikes were called by the Nigerian Labour Congress and the Trade Union Congress. These Unions reached an agreement with the Nigerian government in 2009. As a tradition the government didn’t… Continue Reading “N18 000 is Still Minimum [Poverty] Wage”

Still on Bleak Christmas in Nigeria

Adeola Aderounmu During the week I reported about this year’s bleak Christmas in Nigeria. The Nigerian Guardian Newspaper is reporting this morning that 1 500 people have been sacked by the Intercontinental Banks. The bank has over 300 branches in Nigeria and approximately 5… Continue Reading “Still on Bleak Christmas in Nigeria”

October 1st: Take a message to Nigeria..!

Adeola Aderounmu They called it Independence day-Oct 1 1960-which makes the country Nigeria a fool at 48. When I wrote a fool soon 47, I thought I would never have to do that again or that 365 days later I would eat my words.… Continue Reading “October 1st: Take a message to Nigeria..!”

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