•Prof Anthony Kila Dear Readers, This weekend marks a year since Nigerians went to the polls to vote in the new administration led by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Vice President Kashim Shettima. Like most things in Nigeria, the process was very contended, highly divisive, rowdy and very improvable; that is all done now anyway. […]
•Prof Anthony Kila Dear Mr Festus Keyamo (SAN), Our epistle is today addressed to you as a contact point because our object of reflection is aviation, in reality though, content of our considerations affects all of us citizens, operators, regulators and consumers of the aviation sector of Nigeria. They are considerations about a sector that [&...
Dear Readers, Books are like babies, they come into the world arriving as joy and full of hope for their parents and their well-wishers, for all, they also come with the possibility of making history and the certainty of affecting some lives, the fate of books though like that of babies depends ultimately on how […]
•Prof Anthony Kila Dear Readers, Let us today reflect on the ongoing saga that is amusing most and upsetting few Nigerans in the second week of January 2024. No prize for guessing, it is of course the story around the now investigated and suspended Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, Dr Betta Edu. On […]
Dear Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, The news that Lagos State, under your stewardship and in this year, will set up a medical varsity that will produce 1,500 medical doctors yearly is arguably the best news we, as a people, have received in 2024. Yes, I know the year is just five days old today, and a […]
Dear Readers, Mid this week (on Wednesday December 27, 2023), we got news that the most certain feature of all animals including the one called man had happened to Rotimi Akerodolu. A few hours before that news came in, the information we were digesting was about the death of Ghali Na’Abba. Those are the ones […]
Dear Readers Yes, we have made it to that time of the year again when we start to wish ourselves merry Christmas and happy new year, or season’s greetings as the savvier and more politically correct ones teach us to say in the name of diversity, inclusivity and sensibility. To each its own. If you […]
“Health is wealth” is an aphorism I am very sure we are all familiar with, I am even fascinated with the saying, and such fascination has led me to some considerations around the expression. One of my experience induced considerations is that the person that coined that expression “Health is wealth” must have been in […]