APC: NWC, all members must sheathe their sword, I have not busied myself with politicking regarding 2023 – Tinubu

By Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu– I wish to begin my remarks by commending members of the National Working Committee. Under their collective stewardship, the party earned great and important victories, not least the vital second mandate handed to President Buhari. President Buhari’s victory, and the overall electoral success of APC speak highly of them.  Our task as a party is to build upon the progress thus made so that both nation and party may advance to their better future.

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COVID19: Between Gov Sanwo-Olu of Lagos and Andrew Cuomo of New York

By Omisore Babatunde Jedidiah– Babajide Sanwo-Olu is the Governor of Lagos state. Andrew Cuomo is the Governor of New York. What New York is to America, Lagos state is to Nigeria. The two states may not be the capital of their respective countries but they are both the economic nerve centres and commercial capitals of their nations. As the most populous states and hub of business, when these two states sneeze, their nations catch cold. Even their continents shudder with pneumonia. 

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Celebrating Sanwo-Olu at 55

By Gboyega Akosile– Proverbs 22:29 states “Seest thou a man diligent in his business? He shall stand before kings; he shall not stand before mean men.” This biblical verse is the true reflection of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State, who clocks 55 today. Without any iota of doubt, the 55th birthday of Governor Sanwo-Olu is worth celebrating considering how he has made meaningful impacts in private and public sectors, especially in the last one year of his administration as number one citizen in the Centre of Excellence.

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FIRS: The new spirit of teamwork

In the 21st century, rating effective leadership is now based on leaders’ possession of “soft skills”. Leadership today is no longer rated by intimidating or swaying charisma like that of Adolf Hitler. Soft skills, according to Joana Marques in “Leadership Today” include purpose, morality, values, vision, authenticity, empathy and emotional intelligence, spirituality, and trust among others.

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Pantami, Danbatta: Consolidating telecom sector growth

By Yakubu Musa– A cornucopia of glad tidings has recently thronged the doors of Nigeria’s telecoms industry. It all started with various state governments across the country signing executive orders to either waive or harmonize the Right of Way fees, the perennial industry’s bone of contention, following  the  successful intervention of the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami.

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Rape: When does it end?

By Chisom J Omeokachie– Nigerian women live in fear and apprehension every day of their lives. At a young age, girls are taught to cover up our seductive parts of the body and subjected to a regimented life so as not become a victim of rape but the perpetrators defied all measures known to man.

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Sustainability of leadership in Nigeria’s insurance industry during Coronavirus pandemic

By Bekeme Masade-Olowola– It is Mark Goyder, renowned British author, and governance expert that said, “Governance and leadership are the yin and the yang of successful organisations. If you have leadership without governance you risk tyranny, fraud, and personal fiefdoms. If you have governance without leadership you risk atrophy, bureaucracy and indifference.”

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