Latin America's Nuclei-Extended Families. In the 1980s, childbirth in the about 20 countries known as Latin America was in its large quantities. Families were closely knit as they still are today and the nuclear family is not very far from it's extended roots. Most of South America therefore had more than 20% of their population … Continue reading Abuelita
According to a World Bank Report, Nigeria is 169th of the 190 places where formally doing business is easy. This write-up examines the government's response to this and why the report may be myopic altogether. "The real cause of poverty is the unchecked power of the state against poor people without rights" -William Easterly in … Continue reading Indicators Myopia
US President Donald Trump recently played host to Colombian President Juan M. Santos. Fiyin examines the political cloud over Santos and the May 18 meeting with Trump. Juan Manuel Santos and Donald Trump may have diverging political interests but they do have one thing in common- they were both born into wealthy families. While the … Continue reading Is Santos a Saint?
Once upon a time in a place you've never been, a boy you've never met had a life you can never live. He went to farm everyday making food you'll never eat, this happened everyday until one evening unluckily. War broke on the land- he didn't know what it means, your father and his … Continue reading A Boy You’ve Never Met
'What type of Company is our Company' "It's a vegetable company" 'Oh! Cool and where are the vegetables' "There are non" 'Do we have then people who supply us?' "No" 'What are we doing then?' "Running a Vegetable Company".