‘Africa needs to grow a system that enables smooth electronic money’
Isaac Ondieki is the Regional Managing Director, Microsave Africa, an international financial inclusion consulting firm functioning in 40 developing countries.
‘Trustees protect investors and ensure transparency of transactions’
STL Trustees is a success story in Nigeria’s fast evolving Trustee industry.
‘It’s time to extend Nigeria’s trade frontiers’
I think the government still got to continue carrying on with promotional activities. But we also need to realise that what any government does when it is doing promotional activities is to simply talk about the investment environment.
God gave me uncommon favour, says Prophet Abiara
Prophet Samuel Kayode Abiara joined Christ Apostolic Church, CAC, in 1963 and rose through the ranks of the church to become its General Evangelist, Worldwide.
Devolution of power will transform states to development centres
Restructure to where? My view is that Nigerians are not confused. I do not believe Nigerians are confused. I think Nigerians are facing very challenging times that border on the realm of economy and cost of living.
Nigerians will feel impact of exit from recession soon, says Godwin Emefiele
You will recall the whole idea of Nigeria getting into recession came about because of certain unexpected exogenous shocks, beginning from the drop in commodity prices.
‘Teachers must be innovative to induce positive change in students’
The prize money will help me acquire more professional skills and trainings, participate in seminars, symposium and workshops in order to be abreast of the current trends in my field and expand my knowledge base.
‘Personal reputation will determine next governor of Ekiti’
The only thing that validates your promises is your reputation, if someone made a promise to you yesterday, only thing that makes you believe is the fact that he said it yesterday and he did it.