September

September 20, 2016

My First Chapter

By Femi Johnson It’s quite cold and lonely here at the Kirikiri maximum prisons. I miss my late hubby, Dapo, my boo for 6 straight years. […]
September 20, 2016

Pain: A Proof of Life

By Femi Johnson A troop was sent to foster peace and order in an African neighbourhood thrown into chaos by war. The war eventually ended leaving […]
September 20, 2016

War Costs

By Femi Johnson   Sometimes we end up feeling defeated even after the victory when the cost of fighting outweighs the returns of conquering. So it […]
September 20, 2016

Reccession

By Jaiyeola Johnson   Figures released by the National Bureau of Statistics last week, officially confirmed that we are in recession. As expected, most of us have […]
September 8, 2016

Business Lessons from HiTV 101 – By Toyin Subair

The HiTV story is one which will be etched in the Nigerian business history books. After a long hiatus, Founder of HiTV Oluwatoyin Subair has opened […]