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Leadership Accountability: Reversing a Culture of Impunity, By Taiwo Odukoya

Men of goodwill can no longer afford to be quiet, and I don’t think they should. We have to use our respective positions, platforms - social and political - to educate the people on their rights, duties and what they should expect from their leaders in a democracy. We have…
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Patriotic Leadership – Demonstrating the Commitment for Greatness, By Taiwo Odukoya

Today’s leadership can begin the urgent task of rewriting the Nigerian story. We can relegate the attitude of self before country, which has kept us down for many years, to the ash heap of history. So we built the wall, and the entire wall was joined together up to half…
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Restoring Trust and Confidence in a Time of Crisis, By Taiwo Odukoya

...no country is completely immune to the boom and bust cycles of the economy. What differentiates nations, however, is how they respond in the event of a crisis. Beating an economic recession requires the intelligent rallying of human and investment capital. And rallying capital demands that leadership inspires trust and…
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