Opinion

IMF and Nigeria’s Taxation System: Organising Our Selves and Our Country, By ‘Tope Fasua

The thing is that we all know the right things to do in this country. Nigerians travel too often – more often than any other peoples on earth – and we see how other countries are run. It’s certainly not rocket-science. It’s all about ORGANISING The entire document from IMF…
See More »
Opinion

Exiting Recession: Seven Things to Consider, By Oluseun Onigbinde

The problem with this government is that it makes its hay at dusk when the sun has retreated. It waits for six months to appoint ministers, delays a currency devaluation and held off public contracting for over a year. If the recession does not portray that an emergency is needed…
See More »
[sc:"post loop ad"]
Opinion

Why Tax Avoidance Does Untold Damage to Business, By Posi Olatubosun

For , as responsible global citizens, should endeavour to pay their fair share of taxes to avoid threats to their own long term sustainability. Multinational companies like Google, Starbucks, Facebook, Amazon and other global corporations are constantly coming under public fire for avoiding taxes on their British sales. For instance…
See More »
Columns

A New Medium Term Expenditure Framework, By Uddin Ifeanyi

Supposing that government is somehow able to plug the leakages in upstream oil and gas exploration and exploitation, and we meet the estimated by the MTEF/FSP this year, how do we resolve the demand question? In other words, even if we get the supply-side concerns right, can we unilaterally boost…
See More »
Guest Columns

IGR Is Not a Sprint Race; Nigerian States Need Visionaries, By Oluseun Onigbinde

I’ve written this whilst gazing at the Cocoa House; it is a stark testimony to the sense of vision from those who imagined a 25-storey building when no such structure existed on the continent. There was a continuous approach towards sustainable revenue generation in governance, as from the days of…
See More »