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Author Name: Omotayo, J. A.
Number of articles: 211
During my time too, there were scholaships, grants and busary awards to students. Some of my friends... (0) Comment



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Debunking The Fallacies In “Vision for Sustained Prosperity in Nigeria” - Part 1
Author: Omotayo, J. A. | January 12, 2015
I read online www.247ureports.com on Octpber 12, 2014 the above captioned speech delivered at “The Atlantic Council” on October 8, 2014 by the Minister... (2) Comment


Retrogression Called Transformation In Nigeria - 2
Author: Omotayo, J. A. | October 29, 2014
During my time too, there were scholaships, grants and busary awards to students. Some of my friends got educated from N500 – N1,000 Ondo State Government... (0) Comment


Retrogression Called Transformation In Nigeria - 1
Author: Omotayo, J. A. | October 29, 2014
Transformation can be described as a change of state. When a mosquitoe egg hatches, it changes into larva. That is a biological transformation. When the... (0) Comment


That Nigeria’s Automotive Policy Does Not Become A Nightmare – 3
Author: Omotayo, J. A. | April 16, 2014
Second, let us examine the issue of interest rate. Between 1970 and 1985, Nigeria used the fixed interest rate policy called Minimum Rediscount Rate or... (0) Comment


That Nigeria’s Automotive Policy Does Not Become A Nightmare – 2
Author: Omotayo, J. A. | March 17, 2014
For an oil producing country with an estimated national population of 167 million citizens, can anybody imagine why Nigeria's six automobile industries... (0) Comment


That Nigeria’s Automotive Policy Does Not Become A Nightmare – 1
Author: Omotayo, J. A. | February 14, 2014
I have read with interest Nigeria's dream of producing and exporting vehicles beginning in April 2014 (See: âIn the next few years, Nigeria will begin... (0) Comment


Causes Of Floods Simply Explained - Part 4
Author: Omotayo, J. A. | March 04, 2013
The third condition that can lead to flooding is when there is a sudden change of slope from higher inclination to a gentle inclination. If we imput two... (0) Comment


Causes Of Floods Simply Explained - 2
Author: Omotayo, J. A. | March 04, 2013
Before I take up these three items for discussion, I like to deal with the words written in capitals in the above quotation. Heavy rainfall is just the... (0) Comment


Causes Of Floods Simply Explained - Part 1
Author: Omotayo, J. A. | March 04, 2013
According to warnings from our experts in all the various environmental establishments (Federal and States ministries of environment, Federal and States... (0) Comment


Dangote-led committee proposal for more dams is inappropriate - 3
Author: Omotayo, J. A. | February 22, 2013
Sixth, there was no flash flood. The River Niger discharge analysis above clearly showed that there was a regime of high precipitation from the middle... (0) Comment


 
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