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Budget 2018: Buhari should implement bold fiscal reforms

On November 7, 2017, President Muhammadu Buhari presented the 2018 budget to a joint session of the National Assembly. The N8.6 trillion budget proposal was tagged, “Budget of Consolidation.” While it is commendable that the administration presented the budget earlier … Continue reading

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Ori Yato S’ori

In Yoruba culture, Ori, literally meaning “head” refers to one’s spiritual intuition and destiny. It is the reflective spark of human consciousness embedded into the human essence, and therefore is often personified as an Orisha (god) in its own right. … Continue reading

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The Appointments and Our Political Pundits.

The brouhaha generated by PMB’s yesterday’s appointment is healthy and good for our social and political development, except one thing that I found disturbing. It is that, those who are very educated, well-traveled and exposed also joined the bandwagon that … Continue reading

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Former Strongman, Taking Over Presidency, Raises Hope in Nigeria

Here in the Nigerian capital, the rows of campaign billboards promoting President Goodluck Jonathan have been ripped down. In some places, images of the soon-to-be ex-president have been defaced. Mr. Jonathan, with his legacy of economic and military disasters, cannot … Continue reading

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Those Who Will Chart a Course for Buhari

Behold the men and women who will chart the course for the government of General Muhammadu Buhari, who assumes office on May 29. These men, made up of a blend of old and new generation, were chosen after weeks of … Continue reading

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GMB Means Business – GMB Meets Organized Private Sector in Lagos – Welcome Address – February 2, 2015

Good morning ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for responding to my invitation. In the course of asking Governor Fashola to set up this meeting, two things occurred to me. The first is that I told him that I meant business by … Continue reading

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