Bámidélé Upfront

Amotekun: On the Tripod Of Security, Sustainability and Competitiveness, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

Actions have consequences. Amotekun will have consequences. We have to work to make the consequences of establishing Amotekun positive. Deep thought should be given to the economic side of Amotekun. Amotekun should be seen as the precursor for an overall ideology that will drive the Yoruba to sustainable development and…
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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

Nigerian Financial Regulators and the Prospects of Sustainable Finance, By Kenneth Amaeshi

It is obvious that sustainability is no longer an option. It is fast becoming a necessity. The changing finance landscape orchestrated by the sustainability turn in Nigeria can either mar or save your business. As Hölderlin – a German poet – put it: “…where danger lies, also lies the saving…
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Opinion

The Parable of the Vietnamese – and a Memo to Audu Ogbeh, By ‘Tope Fasua

Food security is about availability by whatever means. In a world where we can no longer make sense of the global economy, where our tethering of our economic survival on the amount of dollars we can get from selling crude oil, has finally blown in our faces, perhaps we may…
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