Flying with a baby or an infant can be very discouraging and distressing at times because there is every likelihood that he/she is going to cry. 285 more words
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Bodija, one of the largest markets in the city of Ibadan, is always filled with the hustle and bustle of traders and buyers.
It is a melting pot of many indigene, and schools surrounding it.715 more words
Last week, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) released its Article IV report on Nigeria, which essentially is the international agency’s review of key macroeconomic developments in Nigeria over 2016 and its recommendations for policy makers on how to manage the economy in the near and medium term. 1,746 more words
Can you imagine a Nigerian celebration without ‘Spraying’? It seems almost impossible. ‘Spraying’ has become a huge part of the Nigerian celebration culture, so much that even when we are not in our country we continue by spraying the currency of whichever country we’re in. 316 more words
by Rotimi Okewole-Lawal
The term ‘Human capital’ was popularized by Gary Becker, an economist from the University of Chicago and Jacob Mincer. Human capital refers to the stock of knowledge, habits, skills, experience, social and personality attributes, embodied in the ability to perform labor so as to produce economic value. 929 more words