Archive for: greed

Bayo Oluwasanmi: The prognosis for Nigeria in 2014 is bad

Bayo Oluwasanmi: The prognosis for Nigeria in 2014 is bad

by Bayo Oluwasanmi Nigerians will continue to live in poverty, hunger, and disease. Greed, filth, and viciousness will be the norm. Ruined cities and towns will compete for a place in the refuse...

 

The PDP will win in 2015 and Nigeria will break up – Primate Ayodele reveals

The PDP will win in 2015 and Nigeria will break up – Primate Ayodele reveals

by Akintomiwa Agbaje The General Overseer of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Lagos, Primate Babatunde Ayodele, speaks in a compelling interveiw on issues that affect Nigeria: Nigeria and...

 

Opinion: Our nation has gone mad with immorality, greed and corruption

Opinion: Our nation has gone mad with immorality, greed and corruption

by Omozuwa Gabriel Osamwonyi If we keep eulogising wrongdoings, we will create a cloudy moral environment that will make it extremely difficult for next generation leaders to be wise about noble...

 

Opinion: Memo to Nigeria’s jet pastors – We have cause to be uneasy

Opinion: Memo to Nigeria’s jet pastors – We have cause to be uneasy

by Bayo Oluwasanmi You will agree that many of the so called men of God many a times through their behavior and ungodly acts, have revealed themselves as men of unsound judgment and undisciplined...

 

Fisayomi Eko-Davies: Why religion can’t save you (Y! Superblogger)

Fisayomi Eko-Davies: Why religion can’t save you  (Y! Superblogger)

If we all are of the same race, religion and family, would discrimination cease to exist? Wouldn’t you love if you could peel off the skin that guides people’s hearts and their thoughts...

 

Opinion: When will we put everything on hold until we get the change we want?

Opinion: When will we put everything on hold until we get the change we want?

by Olabode Emmanuel Olawumi Probably, we just need to watch our backs by examining what we do as individuals. What do we believe in? What is driving us? Where are we headed? The journey of this...

 

Simon Kolawole: Corruption and the Nigerian Project

Simon Kolawole: Corruption and the Nigerian Project

by Simon Kolawole Why are government officials corrupt? There are broadly two motivating factors: poverty and greed. There are those who are corrupt because they are poor. There is no way their...

 

Japheth Omojuwa: The girl who could only imagine and a nation tending to more poverty (YNaija Frontpage)

Japheth Omojuwa: The girl who could only imagine and a nation tending to more poverty (YNaija Frontpage)

In fact, for every public official whose action and inaction helps to make this reality possibility, their existence though seemingly beautiful and colourful will be as the pain of ignorance...