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…
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Columns

Weak Tailwinds and a Sick Economy, By Uddin Ifeanyi

...none of the developments last week supported a sense of an impending correction of the poor policy prescriptions this year. If anything, the federal government’s sense of what must be done to address the naira’s exchange rate crisis only further exacerbates the fear over poor policies. News out of and…
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Columns

On the Forthcoming Cabinet Changes, By Uddin Ifeanyi

...the cabinet change is not designed to deal with identified lapses in the performance of existing ministers, nor to reward ministers who have performed exceptionally — difficult to name any, from my admittedly poor vantage. Rather, halfway into the administration’s term it would just be bringing in new faces —…
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Columns

Africa: Strengthening Public Finance for Sustained Prosperity and Development, By Gargee Ghosh

Effective public finance won’t happen overnight but it can be done. As countries and development partners continue to work together to build a more prosperous and equitable future, the question of how to equitably raise domestic resources to support human development and prosperity in Africa, may be one of the…
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Opinion

Towards A Green Future: Africa’s Urgent Need for Clean Energy Entrepreneurship, By Chimezie Uzoigwe

It is in the interest of the whole world that Africa achieves sustainable and affordable supply of clean energy for all as it presents a chance to unlock a new source of global growth in Africa as China and other emerging markets slow down. The sustainable energy agenda is important…
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Opinion

Buhari’s Anti-corruption War Bearing Fruits, By Louis Okoroma

Nigeria’s image is changing. The country is now seen in a better light as a country that wants to do things differently, otherwise the nation would atrophy. As is said in popular official parlance, the Nigerian government is making the right noise or striking the right cord with the ongoing…
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