4 October 2017

IPOB is not a terrorist organisation, the terrorists are criminals, legislooters in power-Charly Boy

by Usman Alabi Below is a thread of a twitter conversation with Charly Boy on the activities of Ourmumudondo and prevailing national issues. Areafada as he […]
26 September 2017

Video: What people think restructuring is [Watch]

by Opeoluwa Quadri You think you can beat the definition of restructuring by these people? hear what they have to say on restructuring. The different call […]
25 September 2017

Oguntracker: Ongoing construction of Mokola road, Abeokuta-Pictures

by YWriter Mokola road is an extension of Enugada Ajitadun road in Abeokuta, reputed to be one of the longest roads in the state. An eye […]
22 September 2017

Video-Tanker driver gives reasons for the Apapa, costain gridlock [Watch]

by YWriter A tanker driver accuses Dangote of being responsible for the Apapa gridlock, watch video   The tanker drivers said bad state of the Apapa […]
21 September 2017

Apapa gridlock: What is the government doing?

by Omoleye Omoruyi The gridlock in Apapa has taken a negative toll on the lives of people in that axis and one had thought it would […]
20 September 2017

Oguntracker: Ongoing construction of Enugada-Ajitadun road in Abeokuta-Pictures

by YWriter The Enugada-Ajitadun road is an ongoing project in Abeokuta. The pace of work is not bad, but the contractor can do better. The road […]
20 September 2017

Lagostracker: Ongoing road construction in Ketu-Pictures

by YWriter It is difficult to tell specifically what the Lagos state government is working on in Ketu. The progress of work on the project is […]
20 September 2017

Oguntracker: Slow pace of work on the Lafenwa road project-Abeokuta

by Chinedu Brown Work is ongoing on the Lafenwa road in Abeokuta, which also extends to the railway extension. But the pace of work on the […]
19 September 2017

YMonitor essay series: Youth participation in politics as an imperative for civic engagement

by Damola Mewojuaye When thinking about the involvement of young people in today’s Nigerian politics, one is quickly faced with a paradox. Arenas for youth participation […]