The Dangerous Effects of Online Gaming and Social Media Addiction on The Academic Performance of Nigerian Youth
The internet is actually a great tool for students in schools but compulsive use of it can negatively affect the academic performance of students.
In today’s technology age, particularly the era of smartphones, iPads, tablets etc, business, communication, research, education … Continue Reading
by Obinna Osigwe
One of the main functions of the government is to provide security for her citizens, as well as enforce law and order. When the citizens cannot move freely to conduct their businesses and in constant fear of … Continue Reading
By R. B. Dagogo-Jack
In the 2015 elections, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), controlled the Federal Government of Nigeria FGN, and the All Progressives Congress APC was in opposition.
The Military was heavily involved during the elections which … Continue Reading
By Jude Ndukwe
So much has been said about the growing fractious relationship between the military and the civil society. Before now, our military especially the army, had been the bastion of discipline, restraint and civility. Growing up, a lot … Continue Reading
An Abuja based political scientist, Ayokunle Fagbemi – the Executive Director, Center for Peacebuilding and Socio-Economic Resources Development (CePSERD). He is renowned for always “thinking outside the box” in what often turns out to be informed deviant, pseudo anti but … Continue Reading
By Jude Ndukwe
“Politics is the art of making your selfish desires seem like the national interest” – Thomas Sowell
Recently, during his address to lawyers at the 2018 Annual Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association, NBA, in Abuja, President … Continue Reading
By Ariyo Dare-Atoye
Western conspiracy against Russia had certainly gone beyond the excessively contrived failure of socialism. Save for the global financial meltdown of 2008 that had poignantly exposed the buttock of capitalism and critically challenged its ideology, what had