Tosin Adeoti

Tosin Adeoti is an engineer and entrepreneur who has worked in the human capacity development, technology and construction sectors for the past 10 years. His experience covers project management, sustainable livelihood, business development and technology startups. He writes and speaks regularly on Nigeria and economic policies. He lives in Lagos, Nigeria with his family.

Is there any hope left for Nigeria?

In the 1960s, a colonial officer leaving a particular country in Africa described it as a “useless piece of territory.” (1, Page 26). And for good reason. At the...

‘Illegal’ Taxes: Our Road to Redemption?

On the night of December 16, 1773, in Boston, present-day United States, groups of masked men, from a crowd of more than five thousand, boarded three British ships and...

Let us rethink the border closure

A Yoruba proverb says, “When rain falls continuously and refuses to stop, we have no control over whose father it will drench.” This aptly captures the present stance of President...