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Guest Columns

My agenda as Nigeria’s Central Bank Governor, By Godwin Emefiele

Mr. Emefiele’s presentation was titled “ENTRENCHING MACROECONOMIC STABILITY AND ENGENDERING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA” Good morning ladies and gentlemen and welcome to my maiden press briefing. Having assumed office only two days ago, as the 11th Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), I consider it expedient to hold…
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Editorial

Analysis: New CBN governor must work to restore financial sector confidence

“Mr. Emefiele has the responsibility to find a way of restoring the era of strong legacy of excellent financial sector management set in motion by his predecessor.” Godwin Emefiele assumed office on Tuesday as the 11th governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN. The former Group Managing Director of…
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Guest Columns

Landlords and Integrity of Development Plans in Lekki-Lagos, By Olaseni Durojaiye

The battle line of economic leadership of the African continent has been long drawn between South Africa and Nigeria. While Nigeria could boast of vast human and natural resources, South Africa relied on refined strategy, discipline and global best practices to hold sway for a long time. High on the…
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Dele Agekameh

Nigeria And The Cyber Frontier In Crime, By Dele Agekameh

The advent of mobile phones in the early 2000 brought a great relief to Nigerians. However, the revolution in communication also brought with it some pains as some unscrupulous Nigerians quickly cashed in to peddle their nefarious trade - fraud. This was followed by the email, a communication system that…
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Opinion

The Northern Victory in the Derivation Contest, By Ogaga Ifowodo

You have to hand it to the North. Knowing the extent of the Niger Delta’s sense of injustice through the unconscionable expropriation of its nature-given oil and gas wealth, and knowing that just nine years ago the South-South delegates to General Obasanjo’s constitutional conference walked out of proceedings rather than…
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