Johnson Babalola

Barrenness and the Weight of Societal Pressures

She entered the dining room of the Lagos hotel where I was staying, a mere…

Embracing Fairness: Celebrating the Diversity of Voices

In the symphony of life, every note holds significance, every voice contributes to the melody.…

Ila Ti Won (Okra is Now Expensive)

Johnson Babalola, Expesive Okro, Ila Ti Won (Okra is Now Expensive) Johnson Babalola Upon returning…

Nigeria as a Public Limited Company (PLC)

The notion of viewing Nigeria through the lens of a Public Limited Company (PLC) was…

Johnson Babalola, a lawyer, is selected as one of the 100 Most Influential Black Canadians

Johnson Babalola, a lawyer who was born in Nigeria but practices law in Toronto has…

Coins of Consequence: The Unseen Cost of Valuing Money Above All Else

Certainly, the significance of money in our lives cannot be overstated. It serves as the…

New Year’s Wish

In a gathering of young minds aged between 10 and 15, each child expressed a…

Harmony in the Haven: Reflections Under the Nigerian Sun

In the serene morning light of Nigeria, a refuge from the hustle of Canadian life,…

Transformative Community Development: The Ile-Oluji Paradigm

Across Nigeria, both within its borders and beyond, there's a prevailing sentiment that the government,…

Revamping Nigeria’s Educational Institutions: A Call to Action

The information that landed in my WhatsApp was both straightforward and impactful: the 1988 set…