Nation Advancers

"Building the nation, one individual and home at a time"

Christian role models in Nigeria: Dolapo Osinbajo

Dolapo Osinbajo is the wife of the Vice President. Those who know her attest to her spirituality and Godly character. Before now she was for over a decade involved in ministry to the poor and derelict, reaching out to drug... Continue Reading →


Christian role models in Nigeria: Yemi Osinbajo

 Joseph sat as Prime Minister and Head of Economic team of Egypt. Today Yemi Osinbajo a spirit filled brother sits as Vice President and Chairman of the National Economic Council. It's the first time a Vice President has been allowed... Continue Reading →


International agencies and persons who have publicly commended the Nigerian Government UNESCO says the Nigerian school feeding program has reduced out of school pupils by over 2.1 million children. (2017) US President Donald Trump Commended President Buhari for publicly reducing... Continue Reading →


Over the years, we have worked with hundreds of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME's). We've experienced some success and some failures. However, I have gathered key points we feel any potential investor into an African SME should look for. It is... Continue Reading →

Insecurity and the scourge of corruption

In the mid 2000's Egypt embarked on a modernization of its military. Today it's air force has over 1,150 aircraft including 64 transport aircraft, 9 drones,297 trainer aircraft, 472 combat aircraft and 273 helicopters. Compare these with Nigeria. As At... Continue Reading →

A time to examine ourselves

Last week the Nigerian president made a comment about Nigerian youth seeking freebies. This comment immediately turned into what has been described by some as his biggest “scandal “yet. The statement was interpreted to say that all Nigerian youths are... Continue Reading →

Nigeria’s ‘Farmrades’

This is Retson Tedhekhe, a political activist from the Nigerian delta region of Nigeria. In 2016 he was one of key leaders of Occupy NASS in protest against the national assembly. After this he decided to change tact. He moved... Continue Reading →


Dear Nation Advancers, God is doing too many good things in Nigeria despite the troubles. The scale of productivity I've seen in the last two years is unprecedented. My sister's in law now supply packaged products to supermarkets who used... Continue Reading →

To win the war

Any seasoned military general knows wars are won incrementally. No major war has ever been won suddenly in one fell swoop. Individual battles may be won in a swoop, but wars require the fighting of many battles, some won and... Continue Reading →

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