NIGERIA @ 58: A Clarion Call

Since Nigeria got its Independence in 1960, it has been as well the best of times and the worst of times. Despite the country's structural and systemic malaise, cases of corruption, nepotism, money laundering and misappropriation of funds are rife. Consequentially, education, health, power and even the legal system that ought to be the respite … Continue reading NIGERIA @ 58: A Clarion Call

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4 Reasons Why Organizational Retreats are Important

Historically, retreat connotes withdrawal, retire-back, drawback, call back, fall back from battle (as in the case of an army), and in the fabric of all these connotations, is the concept of reclusion. To an army, retreat suggests withdrawal from enemy forces because of their superior power or after a defeat. However, this is not necessarily … Continue reading 4 Reasons Why Organizational Retreats are Important

SIPA 2018: Equipping African Youth for Social Transformation

Africa's young people are taking up the responsibility of writing a new narrative for Africa by driving social innovation across different sectors. On Thursday 18th October 2018, over 1000 young people will gather in Lagos to witness the unveiling of a new generation of social innovators in Nigeria and the awarding of the outgoing set of the … Continue reading SIPA 2018: Equipping African Youth for Social Transformation