This collection of writings represents my philosophical notes on sundry matters of corporate national survival, and over which I would hope that the reader, and even national policy managers and strategists might spare some thought for…the perceptive reader would certainly be suitably empowered to choose a more realistic route in the raging national discourse over which way to go in this well-endowed country.
The indomitable cycle of the flagrant abuse of the socio-economic and political ecosystems has continued to prove tacky and difficult to unbind. And they have since remained unsorted and superintended over by a repeatedly vicious cycle of leaders whose concept (if they had any)of leadership cannot stand the litmus test of creative and entrepreneurial management of the complex affairs of men and materials….
The issues reflected on here tell a compelling narrative about the most profitable and productive bases for attaining and securing that objective as that of enlisting the services of the best and more appropriately motivated human resources in the land to preside over the commonwealth of the country.
From “Dialectics of Materialism”, “National Knowledge Infrastructure for Economic Development”, “The Precipitous Approach Syndrome” and right up to, “And the Beat Goes On” we have sought to offer well-digested perspectives on the stridently nervous challenges besetting the incipient nation-state Nigeria, and of course, some value-added prescriptive solutions for national consideration and application….