​Nigeria’s Economic recession: practical survival strategies in desperate times

Nigeria’s economic crisis has dominated the news cycle over time. In Nigeria, Oil and Gas make up the financial and  economic walls that contribute more than 90% of her export and also the main source of Nigerian Government revenue.  Sadly, a one way economy coupled with the world economic crisis triggered by  the dipping ofContinue reading “​Nigeria’s Economic recession: practical survival strategies in desperate times”

CAN VISION 2020 STILL BE ACHIEVED?

“By 2020 Nigeria will be one of the 20 largest economies in the world, able to consolidate its leadership role in Africa and establish itself as a significant player in the global economic and political arena.” 11 years ago, former President Musa Yar’adua ‘saw the future’ and made a ‘bold declaration’, like all Nigerian politiciansContinue reading “CAN VISION 2020 STILL BE ACHIEVED?”

HOW TO GENERATE A MULTI-MILLION NAIRA BUSINESS IDEA

“An idea that is developed and put into action is more important than an idea that exists only as an idea” – Buddha   Too many people, too often, talk about the ‘next big idea’ or ‘a sure multi-million naira idea’ only to do absolutely nothing about it and remain hopelessly broke. This week, TheContinue reading “HOW TO GENERATE A MULTI-MILLION NAIRA BUSINESS IDEA”

THE FALLING STANDARD OF EDUCATION IN NIGERIA: THE CAUSES AND PERMANENT SOLUTIONS

VINCENT ADEOBA It is obvious that the Nigerian education sector is in dire need of help. The sector over the years has experienced continuous fall in standard and the negative effect is telling in every aspect of the country. The sector which is meant to be the hope of the country is no doubt strugglingContinue reading “THE FALLING STANDARD OF EDUCATION IN NIGERIA: THE CAUSES AND PERMANENT SOLUTIONS”

Is unemployment the biggest problem facing Nigerian youths?

In a Nation with over 35 million unemployed youths, entrenched corruption and a frail economy, Nigeria’s youth are desperately in search of jobs. This jobs gap puts millions of youths at risk of frustration, low self-esteem and poverty leading to crimes like drug trafficking, oil-bunkering and terrorism. To investigate the root cause of unemployment, 4Continue reading “Is unemployment the biggest problem facing Nigerian youths?”

TRUE LOVE: DOES IT REALLY EXIST?

From Africa to America, from the lawyer to the law breaker and from the young to the old, one powerful word evokes emotions every single time we encounter it: LOVE. This week ON THE PANEL, our distinguished panelists, from all walks of life, will reach deep down into their hearts to share with us theirContinue reading “TRUE LOVE: DOES IT REALLY EXIST?”

Corruption: Nigeria’s biggest problem?

Is corruption truly Nigeria’s biggest problem? This week on the Panel, 4 distinguished panelists share their views and proffer solutions to the hydra-headed monster called ‘Corruption’. Arch Stiru Taiwo Abiola Corruption is a form of dishonest or unethical conduct by a person entrusted with a position of authority. Stephen D. Morris, a Professor of PoliticalContinue reading “Corruption: Nigeria’s biggest problem?”

INTROVERT OR EXTROVERT: WHO MAKES A BETTER LEADER?

PROJECT X: In a Nation with over 35 million unemployed youths, entrenched corruption and a frail economy, Nigeria’s youth are desperately in search of answers. To find them, gbengaogun.com is on a quest to track and unveil the secrets, strategies and stories of Nigeria’s most successful individuals and organizations, true unicorns turning tradition on itsContinue reading “INTROVERT OR EXTROVERT: WHO MAKES A BETTER LEADER?”

NIGERIA IS RICH, NIGERIANS ARE POOR: WHY? (THE PANEL, test transmission)

Nigeria is commonly referred to as Africas biggest economy and as the giant of Africa but harsh realities on ground seem to suggest otherwise. With over 70% of youths unemployed and wide spread poverty, today, 4 distinguished experts will dissect the topic NIGERIA IS RICH, NIGERIANS ARE POOR: WHY? They are set to embark onContinue reading “NIGERIA IS RICH, NIGERIANS ARE POOR: WHY? (THE PANEL, test transmission)”