Opinion

Is the Federal Character Principle Necessary?, By Kenneth Amaeshi

Let us retrace our steps and find creative ways to treat this national malaise called the federal character principle. Nigeria needs the best irrespective of their ethnicity and religion. The best should think and work for Nigeria. No ifs, no buts. That is how countries and societies develop. It is…
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Opinion

A Lucky President Or a Lazy Generation?, By Kenneth Amaeshi

The youth should not fall prey to this latest gimmick of division. They should rather see through the falsity of this lazy way of thinking and strive towards holding the government accountable to its many promises. They should shun the temptation to be distracted or disillusioned. They should not allow…
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Opinion

Sustainability Is Not Expensive; It Is Profitable!, By Kenneth Amaeshi

Sustainability is about efficiency. It requires a different mind-set to appreciate. Entrepreneurs and organisations, which are able to break away from the old frame of reference and embrace sustainability thinking as a new way of life stand to gain enormously. The view that sustainability is expensive is a gross and…
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Opinion

The Senate and the Risky Politics of Pension, By Kenneth Amaeshi

...it is fair to conclude that the current pension system is robust enough to accommodate any changes, as opposed to the threat to dismantle it. Despite the seeming appeal of the defined benefit scheme, it simultaneously comes across as a backward journey into history and an unprepared leap into the…
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Opinion

Why the Presidency Should Save PenCom From Politics, By Kenneth Amaeshi

The industry should not, also, be seen as one that is easily susceptible to the pressures of politics and politicians. This will spell doom for it. It is always dangerous to mix regulation of certain critical industries with partisan politics. That is why most central banks and other financial regulators…
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