Posts Tagged “Future”

SKYSCRAPERS RISING FROM SHANTYTOWNS: A FUTURISTIC VISION OF LAGOS

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SKYSCRAPERS RISING FROM SHANTYTOWNS: A FUTURISTIC VISION OF LAGOS

Tanvi Misra A Nigerian-American architect imagines one of the densest, fastest-growing cities in the world. The artist Olalekan Jeyifous is fascinated by cities and the changing role they play in art, politics, pop-culture, and the collective imagination of society. He currently lives in Brooklyn, New York, but was born in Nigeria. And moving to the…

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The internet and the future of education in Nigeria

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The internet and the future of education in Nigeria

“Education is a bubble in a classic sense. To call something a bubble, it must be overpriced and there must be an intense belief in it. Housing was a classic bubble, as were tech stocks in the ’90s because they were both overvalued, but there was an incredibly widespread belief that almost could not be questioned.”…

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WILL NIGERIA BE A WORLD POWER?

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WILL NIGERIA BE A WORLD POWER?

What are the prerequisites of Nigeria to take the leading position in the list of world powers? What will the population of this country be by 2050? Each citizen of the country is interested in destiny of the state. Every person wants his homeland became the best in the world. Therefore, Nigerians often ask a…

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FORMER US REP. WOLF: ‘IF NIGERIA UNRAVELS…IMPACT ON WORLD WILL BE UNBELIEVABLE’

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FORMER US REP. WOLF: ‘IF NIGERIA UNRAVELS…IMPACT ON WORLD WILL BE UNBELIEVABLE’

“We have a major interest there,” Wolf said. “There are 180 million Nigerians. One prominent Nigerian said, ‘Nigeria is fragile.’ He said if that 180 [million] or a portion of them are displaced, they will devastate Africa, they will devastate Europe, and they will have a major impact on the business interests of the United States. And he said it would not be violence free….

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9 Tech Companies building Nigeria’s future – By Adewale Yusuf (TechPoint)

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9 Tech Companies building Nigeria’s future – By Adewale Yusuf (TechPoint)

Over the course of the last 5 years, we have seen the rise of many technology powered companies trying to address Nigerian problems with their unique solutions. While many have failed in this quest, a good number have diversified or pivoted their solutions to sustain the business and keep food on their families’ tables. Looking…

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NIGERIA DEVELOPING FRAMEWORK TO MOBILISE REVENUE FROM NON-OIL SECTOR

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NIGERIA DEVELOPING FRAMEWORK TO MOBILISE REVENUE FROM NON-OIL SECTOR

She adding that the Federal Government is already investing in technology to boost the efficiency of our collections. According to her, some of the recent initiatives being implemented in the Ministry of Finance mean that it is now virtually impossible to obtain a payment from the Federal Government without being fully taxed compliant.

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THE TEMPTATION TO IMITATE LOT’S WIFE

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THE TEMPTATION TO IMITATE LOT’S WIFE

Nigeria is more or less a natural gas peninsula, yet over 60% of the population still have energy use challenges. 6,000MW in 2016 is definitely not the best we can ever do. We surely can do better than 75% of the population living on $3 per day. Ajaokuta, the real sign of a nation sincere with claim to desire for industrialization is still unable to bootstrap.

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