Food expenditure of the Nigerian household
The type of foods consumed and the quality all have effects on health and well being. This article explores the cost of living across different states in Nigeria, with a focus on how much people can expect to spend on food.
Exploring open data
I've recently got interested into exploring open data. This article presents the tools and platforms I use when exploring the most recent household surveys run by the World Bank and the Nigerian Bureau of statistics as part of the Living Standards Measurement Study.
Demographics of the Nigerian household
What is the age distribution in typical Nigerian households? Are there gender ratio differences across age groups in the country? These are questions I try to answer in this article by presenting visual charts based on the data collected from the most recent General Household Survey in Nigeria.
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People who find themselves in a minority community change their day-to-day behaviours to avoid reinforcing society's biases and stereotypes. A lot of these behavioural changes are hidden from people outside the communities.
Leading engineering teams
In the past 18 months I've been privileged to work as Technical Lead of some very talented software engineers in a complex organisation with lots of moving parts. In addition to having fun building products that are technically interesting, I have found a lot of joy in working with people and helping my engineering team progress along their professional journeys in the little way I can. I've worn the Technical Lead hat for nearly 5 years now in a variety of settings and companies. Here are a fe
Time flies and I worry that you worry about things out of your control. I think you know change is inevitable but the changes you are seeing are far flung from those you imagined were possible. When you were young there were gramophones, radios and black and white televisions. The TVs eventually got a bit of colour. You interacted with these technologies at will - in your own time. You tuned to a radio station to hear the news. You swapped out the discs in the gramophone player depending on
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