Monthly Archives: May 2018

Raising the effectiveness of philanthropy in Nigeria

Growing up, I watched my dad engage in several philanthropic activities. He gave to people and causes he cared about. Much of the beneficiaries of these philanthropic deeds were extended family members, the local community, friends and religious organizations. Sometimes, … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Lagos, Nigeria, Philantrophy | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Where Should You Put Your Money In Nigeria?

Disclosure: This article is written as part of work I am doing for the company in question. I have been paid for this work. You are a Nigerian and you live in Nigeria. By that geographical arrangement alone, your investment … Continue reading

Posted in Finance, Government and State bonds, Investments, Nigeria, Treasury Bills | Leave a comment

The content of Nigeria’s foreign exchange reserves

On Monday 20 March 2018, The Guardian Newspapers published an article by Contributor Feyi Fawehinmi titled, “What’s Inside Nigeria’s Foreign Exchange Reserves”. In this article, the writer describes and discusses his perceived rationales for the increase in the country’s Foreign … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Finance, Foreign Exchange Reserves, Foreign Reserves, Governance, Leadership, Nigeria | Leave a comment