Judicial Commission of Inquiry into the Ajaokuta Steel Rot

Image result for ajaokuta steel companyA Judicial commission of inquiry into the rot that is the moribund Ajaokuta steel company, openly televised like the famous Oputa Panel, will be a clear proof that President Muhammadu Buhari is determined and committed to fight the hydra-headed monster called corruption.

This is necessary in the light of the testimony of Ms Hadiza Natasha Akpoki to the House of Representatives, currently investigating the circumstances around the concession of the Ajaokuta Steel complex and the Itakpe Iron Ore plant. Continue reading “Judicial Commission of Inquiry into the Ajaokuta Steel Rot”

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Just Act; A clarion call to youths for self and economic development

Being Text of the Theme Session at the 2018 Convention of the Junior Chamber International Nigeria Collegiate LO, Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Ile-Ife on Saturday 24th February 2018 by The Reverend Sunday Folayan (JCI Senator). President of the Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NIRA), 2000 President – JCIN Ibadan, 2002 EVP – JCI Nigeria and JCI Phil Pugsley Fellow. Continue reading “Just Act; A clarion call to youths for self and economic development”

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Our lying, Ineffective Media and the Gullible Nigerians

Image result for Tunde BakareThe mainstream media quoted pastor Tunde Bakare of having said … “Anyone who knows the true state of things in Nigeria will weep for the country…. If you truly know the truth, you will weep, if you know how much we are owing as a nation, you will weep. For 16 years of PDP they borrowed N6 trillion, for three years of APC, they borrowed N11 trillion… And they are not going to pay the debt. You and I, and our children, and our children’s children will pay the debt, unless they write them off again.”

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NCC “Ogboju” and my alleged “Odaran” is now “Itiju!”

Dear Nigeria Communications Commission,

Image result for what does Deja vu mean?I will like to draw your attention and that of the Security Analyst that wrote that piece published in the Guardian (http://guardian.ng/business-services/much-ado-about-call-masking-and-call-refilling-sunday-folayan-and-odaran-intervention/) and The Cable (https://www.thecable.ng/much-ado-call-masking-call-refilling-sunday-folayan-odaran-intervention), which is a rejoinder to my facebook post (https://web.facebook.com/sfolayan/posts/10155512284974107). Continue reading “NCC “Ogboju” and my alleged “Odaran” is now “Itiju!””

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Reducing Wastage in Nigeria, the role of ICT in Metrics, Data and Accountability

Nigeria is a blessed country. We have a lot of things in abundance. In fact, we are the classic illustration of the Rime of the Ancient Mariner: 

Day after day, day after day,
We stuck, nor breath nor motion;
As idle as a painted ship
Upon a painted ocean.
Water, water, every where,
And all the boards did shrink;
Water, water, every where,
Nor any drop to drink.

Information Technology is a very useful tool, to bring some level of accountability into our daily lives, using metrics, data gathering and analyses.

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SF’s 2015 Todo list

Happy New Year!!  

2014 was busy for me, but much more wonderful, with many people thinking I have finally ventured into politics. Well, politics is just one of the things that fascinate me, but it is not one of the top 5, nor what I will invest my time and energy into. So, if not Politics, what can it be?

Here is my list of Todos in 2015.

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Beating the spook called Facebook

facebook-logoFacebook is very kind to remind me that I registered and joined the social network on 31st May 2008. That means I have been facebooking for the past 6 years!

In the initial days, It was just odd pictures and odd posts, jokes and little things to reconnect with my past and my very few friends. Then I discovered Facebook chat and there began my battle with the most intrusive and addictive component in Facebook. Continue reading “Beating the spook called Facebook”

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