So, I had just arrived back from a visit to Kano. It was about 9 pm on a muggy Lagos evening at the domestic terminal of Murtala Mohammed Airport and to spare my travelling colleagues the frustration of a detour into the Friday Victoria Island traffic I agreed...
I cannot say I am a major player on twitter. I don’t initiate much and I still only have around 1,300 Followers but I am prone to the occasional sudden burst of activity. About two years ago I gained some insight into the problems faced by people of colour,...
A book. A Column, Another book. A blog. There is too much racism, injustice, environmental damage, hypocrisy and the like out there to stay silent. So I am not going to. Because I can – and I care enough to want to.
Having harboured a desire to write for half a lifetime, BusinessDay gave me the opportunity with a weekly column. In 2007 these comments on Nigerian business, politics and society were collected and published. Many of them are as relevant to day as they were then.
It’s not just about me. I am proud of what my sons, Tom and George are doing as well as many of my mates’ children or even my old friends and contacts. This what they are up to or at least the links to their work or what’s influencing them.