The route plan was simple. It would take us from the Mainland to Lagos Island via Carter Bridge, and back via Third Mainland Bridge. With this in mind, we joined Muritala Muhammed Way from Commercial Avenue and pedalled hard towards Oyingbo.
Lagosians love a spectacle. And yesterday, there was nothing more entertaining than the Lagos City Marathon. Legend has it that the event last held in 1983. If… Read more “Lagos Runs – The 2016 City Marathon”
An Enthusiast’s Guide to the Perfect Nigerian Road Trip
Planning to travel by road this Christmas Season? Learn a few things about taking a road trip in Nigeria.
The recent arrest of Nnamdi Kanu by the Nigerian Government has generated significant controversy across the country. As the director of Radio Biafra, an online station agitating… Read more “The Biafran Question – Let Reason Prevail”
Public Schools in Nigeria – All hope is not lost for a deeply decayed school system
“Don’t worry Sir, we won’t kidnap you again.” Said the calm and mildly accented voice at the other end of the line. Under normal circumstances, that voice… Read more “Jaja – No Safe Haven”
An official denial by President Buhari’s office signals a journey down a detested but familiar path.
The headline was bold and very clear. “Arik Air Staff Arrested in London for Drug Trafficking.” Accompanying the statement was the picture of an Airbus A340-500 proudly… Read more “Jaja – Troubled Skies”
Seated in a restaurant and absently twirling a toothpick through the fingers of his left hand, Jaja was sitting out the aftermath of what he could only… Read more “Jaja – Snails for Lunch”
With the conclusion of the 2015 elections, political actors in Nigeria must get to the business of providing good governance immediately.
Modern computing will take a leap forward in 2015. Nigeria can lead Africa by following.
Nigerian roads are amongst the most unsafe in the world. An urgent solution is required.
The February 2015 elections signal a crucial turning point for Nigeria.