Enough of Sensationalism—let’s discuss facts, jobs in Nigeria and Solutions


Nigeria’s New Auto Policy: Cotonou Will Be The Greatest Beneficiary

2014: Sahara Reporters

Between Ogun State and State of New Jersey

2013: Punch Newspaper, Sahara Reporters and The Herald

Job Data is not a privilege

2013: Punch Newspaper and Sahara Reporters

How can we create jobs

2012: Sahara Reporters

Now that the strike is over

2012: Sahara Reporters

Oil Subsidy Removal: Please lead us by example

2011: Sahara Reporters

Power Supply: We need the facts

2011: Punch Newspaper, The Guardian and Sahara Reporters

What will our new president do about gas glaring?”

2011: Sahara Reporters

Solar Energy for Rural Nigeria

2005:  Paper submitted for the IEEE Region 8 2004 Annual Paper Contest

The Future of Electrotechnology in Nigeria

2005: Ijemo Titun High School Journal, also a Presentation at an IEEE – University of Ibadan Student Branch program

History of the Computer

2004:  Paper submitted to the IEEE History Committee (USA) and adjudged a winning essay in Region 8 (comprising Europe, Africa and Middle East) and one of the best 9 essays in the worldwide contest). Presented during the IEEE 2004 Conference of History of Electronics held at Bletchley Park, UK.

The Computer for Word Processing and Internet

2002: KAPPCO, Abeokuta, Nigeria

The Responsibility of the individual citizen in a democratic Nigeria

1999: Winning essay in the 1999 Prof Femi Osofisan essay competition

The Computer as a Word Processor

1998: KAPPCO, Abeokuta, Nigeria