Samples of my published work:


Cosmetics Business: Africa ME: Nigeria: Deodorants Market Report 2017

A growing population of professional young men is behind an increase in sales of deodorants to consumers wanting to combat the heat of Nigeria.

International Finance Magazine: Mixed possibilities for Nigeria

While the government is struggling due to lower revenue caused by the global slump in the price of oil, the weak Naira offers opportunities for foreign investors.

ConstructAfrica: Five opportunity areas in Nigeria’s growing construction industry

According to Nigeria’s National Bureau of Statistics, the construction industry since 2010 has enjoyed a real growth rate of 13%. Government infrastructure spending has been a major driver of this growth as well as private sector investment in both residential and non-residential construction activities.

RH Reality Check: ‘Bring These Girls Back’: Nigerians Criticize Handling of Boko Haram Insurgency

”I am sure they [would] have done something fast before now if one of their relations were among the kidnapped girls,”

Huffington Post: Prosperity Gospel Attracts Many African Christians

Segun  Ilori spent much of his time cleaning a local Foursquare Gospel Church in 2005 when he won an immigration lottery enabling  him to move to the  United States.



The Guardian: Lagos on Instagram: from selling bubblegum to cycling in the sun

UK’s Guardian featured some of my Instagram photos as part of its special week focusing on Lagos.


FSRN: Advocacy groups call on Nigerian authorities to combat sexual abuse against children

Advocacy groups are calling on Nigerian authorities to improve their response to survivors of sexual abuse. They say sexual assaults cut across age groups and socio-economic status, but the situation appears worse among children.

Voice America: Africa correspondent on Emerging and Frontier Markets Investing


VC4Africa: CcHub Nigeria aims to support 30 social tech ventures in the next two years

“The thinking behind CcHub is that the techies should not believe that they can just stay in a corner and create solutions for the market”, says Bosun Tijani, CEO of CcHub Nigeria. “You need to engage the market in the creation process and that is where co-creation comes into play.”


YouTube: Nigerian recycle artist


VOA: Nigerian Small Business- Social Media fuels Economic Growth

Aljazeera Plus: Nigerians Rock The (Postponed) Election Vote

VIDEO: Nigerian up and coming rap artiste Oro Money



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