Tag: Tunde Leye

Op-ed EditorJuly 4, 2017

Tunde Leye: Africa will not entrepreneur or tech its way to development

by Tunde Leye Yes. Contrary to what the conferences say and many nice speakers and reports postulate, Africa will not ...

Op-ed EditorJune 25, 2017

Tunde Leye: “Touch not my anointed” is one of the most abused scriptures in Nigerian christianity

by Tunde Leye I wrote this a while ago, but with recent events like the videos of Pastor Ashimolowo that ...

Op-ed EditorJune 19, 2017

Tunde Leye: Staying vs Jumping Jobs — How to avoid career suicide

by Tunde Leye So we were having a conversation recently, those of us that started work about the same time. ...

Op-ed EditorMay 1, 2017

Tunde Leye: How to fight corruption for real

by Tunde Leye First thing to understand is that there is the case where some people act corruptly in society. ...

Op-ed EditorApril 12, 2017

The Thread: The outrage over the Malabu oil scandal is meaningless

It runs like clockwork: every day on Twitter Nigeria, there’s a trending topic people must necessarily lend their voices to. ...

Op-ed EditorMarch 29, 2017

The Thread: Can the Senate stop faffing around?

Yesterday, Tunde Leye gave reasons why the Nigerian Senate has been useless. Yinka Ogunnubi builds on that discussion. Do see ...

Op-ed EditorMarch 2, 2017

Tunde Leye: Why has Africa refused to evolve?

by Tunde Leye In Africa, we like to say that we work very hard. We also have this history nostalgia, ...

Op-ed EditorFebruary 23, 2017

Tunde Leye: Why Nigerian government officials don’t get it

by Tunde Leye I’ve been reading a series of exchanges on twitter between citizens and government officials. Here’s how it ...

Op-ed EditorFebruary 15, 2017

Tunde Leye: Can we aspire to China’s greatness by banning Danfos?

by Tunde Leye I was quietly going through my twitter timeline all bright and sparky when I stumbled on this ...

Op-ed EditorFebruary 8, 2017

Tunde Leye: What trends will influence production and consumption over the next decade?

by Tunde Leye So there are a couple of trends I’ve noticed that I think will shape businesses that succeed ...

Op-ed EditorFebruary 1, 2017

Tunde Leye: Why Nigerians don’t have work

by Tunde Leye   One of the critical things we clamour for when foreign contractors win contracts or foreign countries ...

Op-ed EditorJanuary 28, 2017

Tunde Leye: Your Naija activist checklist

by Tunde Leye I first wrote this piece 3years ago when Goodluck Jonathan was in power and some people had ...

Op-ed EditorJanuary 25, 2017

Tunde Leye: Why Startups Are Not King Leonardis

by Tunde Leye No, I’m not telling a Sparta story. In fact, the Spartan king’s name will only be mentioned ...

Op-Ed EditorMay 15, 2015

Tunde Leye: Why we need to make knowledge available to all

by Tunde Leye We need to ensure that our children do not spend their early years learning irrelevant things like ...

Op-Ed EditorMay 1, 2015

Tunde Leye: This is what will happen when Nigeria’s oil finally dries up (Y!FrontPage)

by Tunde Leye We recognize the need to prepare for a world where oil is no longer important. Even oil ...

Op-Ed EditorApril 27, 2015

[email protected]: Nigerian intellectuals need to buckle up and get to work (Y! FrontPage)

by Tunde Leye Many will complain about funding and lack of government backing. There is some truth in this. But ...

Op-Ed EditorApril 20, 2015

[email protected]: Life goes beyond Twitter (Y! FrontPage)

by Tunde Leye It doesn’t cost much to behave properly. In fact, most of us are courteous and will not ...

Op-Ed EditorDecember 23, 2014

Tunde Leye: A surer way to create change (Y! FrontPage)

by Tunde Leye I urge and encourage each of us to get involved. Register and vote. Protect your vote. Pursue ...

Op-Ed EditorDecember 19, 2014

@TundeLeye: This is why Nigerians are jobless

by Tunde Leye One of the critical things we clamour for when foreign contractors win contracts or foreign countries provide ...

Op-Ed EditorDecember 12, 2014

[email protected]: Lekki-Epe expressway and our lack of foresight

by Tunde Leye But the shortcomings of the road are just as many, and as serious. What makes these shortcomings ...

Op-Ed EditorDecember 8, 2014

@TundeLeye: Life goes beyond Twitter (Y! FrontPage)

by Tunde Leye In many ways, the scenario painted above is a reflection of a dichotomy that exists today. A ...

Op-Ed EditorDecember 3, 2014

@TundeLeye: The battle for the soul of #Lagos (Part 2)

by Tunde Leye In July this year, I wrote a piece on the governorship elections in Lagos, speaking on the ...

Op-Ed EditorNovember 28, 2014

@Tundeleye: Austerity, Wonderbags, magic stoves, and both sides of the mouth

by Tunde Leye On Thursday 20th, I heard over the news that because of the slide in oil price, we ...

Op-Ed EditorNovember 24, 2014

@TundeLeye: 2015 elections- There will be no excuses for Jega (Y! FrontPage)

by Tunde Leye The freest and fairest election in the history of Nigeria had a 35% voter turnout. We need ...

Op-Ed EditorNovember 24, 2014

Tunde Leye’s (@TundeLeye) Saving The King – Behind The Scene Photos and Trailer (LOOK!)

The shortfilm by Tunde Leye  stars Deyemi Okanlawon, Sika Osei, Shawn Faqua and Seun Ajayi. It was directed by Imoh ...

Op-Ed EditorNovember 21, 2014

@tundeleye: Austerity- What is good for the people is good for the Government

by Tunde Leye I am one of those who have kept track of the oil prices as well as fall ...

Op-Ed EditorNovember 17, 2014

Tell someone to tell someone about @TundeLeye ‘s ‘Saving the King’!

by Ayokunle Odekunle ‘Saving The King’ by Tunde Leye is billed to be available on Christmas day. It’s based on ...

Op-Ed EditorNovember 15, 2014

@TundeLeye: For not selling arms to Nigeria, the Americans are hypocrites

by Tunde Leye I’m one who hates to be in a position where I am at the mercy of anyone ...

Op-Ed EditorNovember 7, 2014

@TundeLeye: Pastors are men, not God, so why can’t we criticise them?

by Tunde Leye One of the most abused verses of scripture is found in 1st Chronicles 16:22. This is what ...

Op-Ed EditorNovember 3, 2014

@Tundeleye: GEJ has failed the people in the North-East (Y! FrontPage)

by Tunde Leye In the North East, we have lost territory. We cannot keep our citizens’ lives and properties secure ...

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