Tag: ynaija long read

July 7, 2014

A week to his 52nd birthday, we profile the rise and fall of Farouk Lawan (YNaija Long Read)

by Nchekwube Efunesi As he listened intently – from where he stood in the dock – to the court registrar ...

June 28, 2014

Chika Nwobi: Meet the god of Nigeria’s mobile and Internet space (YNaija Long Read)

by Goke Oyeniyi Nigeria’s mobile tech pioneer who founded MTECH, West Africa’s largest mobile content company, is producing the country’s ...

June 28, 2014

Why Goodluck Jonathan is the president we deserve (YNaija Long Read)

by Wole Olabanji If you happen to see a woman leaving the Federal Secretariat (Phase I) in Abuja with a ...

February 9, 2014

Eko for show: An interrogation of the Fashola legacy (YNaija Long Read)

by Nchekwube Efunesi On a cool, breezy morning in January 2013, Babatunde Raji Fashola, the charismatic Lagos State governor, arrived ...

February 8, 2014

When the elections come – How will the North vote in 2015? (YNaija Long Read)

by Mark Amaza In the week of Christmas 2013 the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Jigawa held rallies in the ...

January 4, 2014

The journey to Wakanow: How one tech company is making it happen – quietly and steadily (YNaija Long Read)

by Goke Oyeniyi Like Earvin ‘Magic’ Johnson, the former LA Lakers legend-turned business-mogul-worth- $500 million, Port Harcourt-born Obinna Ekezie had ...

January 1, 2014

The Goodluck Implosion: How this Presidency went from favourite to unpopular in 3 years (YNaija Long Read)

by Wole Olabanji   On April 7, 2013, twenty-five months after a 9.0 magnitude earthquake hit Japan and crippled the ...

December 21, 2013

The Princess Diaries: How Stella Oduah got away with everything (YNaija Long Read)

by Wole Olabanji The crowd in the terminal is as thick as toothbrush bristles, total strangers packed so tightly that ...

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