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Market to Watch: Nigeria

February 12, 2014

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Organizations should look for these project management skills to maneuver project challenges and excel in this growing economy.  With a large population, substantial natural resources and a strategic location, Nigeria is gaining ground as a project hotspot. The African country is poised for growth this year — its GDP is expected to increase 7.4 percent, more than twice […]

NIGERIA : LOOKING BEYOND OIL

September 14, 2013

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Nigeria’s economy is heavily dependent on oil. The oil sector accounts for over 95% of the export earning and about 40% of government revenue. Nigeria remains the largest oil producer in Africa

WHAT WAS THAT YOUNG MAN READING?

April 18, 2013

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As I push through the usual day-to-day London rush hour traffic, I get off an underground station at bond street so i can access the central line. I am taken aback by the number of people leaving the train and heading towards the escalators – considering this is a thursday morning and not a Monday […]

THE ‘FOREIGN WORKER’ KILLINGS || G.E.J NEEDS TO REALIGN HIS PRIORITIES

March 11, 2013

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The only way the ‘Ansaru’ terrorist group would have known that there were British military aircrafts in abuja (irrespective of whether they were planning to use them for a rescue mission or not) is because they had ‘insider’ information. It is sad and unfortunate that those foreign workers had to be killed in cold blood. […]

BEMYODA ON NDANNI SESSIONS (POWERED BY GTB)

January 16, 2013

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I mentioned in one of my last posts that BemYoda was a person to watch in 2013. Well, its just a few days into the new year and another milestone. An excellent vocal performance on Ndani Sessions, powered by GTB. Bemyoda is as much a creative writer as he is a beautiful singer. He does […]

You’ve got the words to change a nation but you’re biting your tongue

November 7, 2012

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You’ve got the words to change a nationbut you’re biting your tongue , You’ve spent a life time stuck in silence afraid you’ll say something wrong If no one ever hears it , how are we gonna learn your song?  These are the first lines of a song by a Song writer called Emeli Sande in a […]

Reforming the United Nations: Africa Is a Critical Success Factor.

March 22, 2012

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There should be a  Reform of the United Nations Security Council as clearly the following issues are still contestable; 1. Categories of membership, 2. The question of the veto held by the five permanent members, 3. Regional representation, 4. The size of an enlarged Council and its working methods, and the Security Council-General Assembly relationship. Member States, regional groups and […]