Tag Archives: Governance

How Nigeria Can Navigate the Current Economic Uncertainities

When an economy is distressed, exchange rates become volatile and countries rush to stem potential risk. What risks should countries in this scenario mitigate —and how? The reduction in oil price has brought exchange-rate risk back to the forefront in … Continue reading

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What has Religion got to do with it?

As the Nigerian general elections draws close, one wonders…does the average Nigerian have certain criteria that influence their vote or is voting hung on the cliche assumption of geo-political zones and religion? This post explores views on various components of … Continue reading

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Governance for Development; Building on what works

 On Friday June 14, as  I tuned into the 2013 edition of the New York Africa Forum in Libreville, Gabon,  alot went through my mind. The focal points of this year’s forum centred on urgent issues ranging from pressing issues … Continue reading

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