NCFront to engage National Assembly on constitutional matters
The co-Chairman, National Consultative Front (NCFront), Prof. Pat Utomi, has said that the organisation will interface with the National Assembly on critical issues of constitution and electoral reforms to mark the 2020 International Democracy Day scheduled to hold on September 15, 2020. Utomi also disclosed the readiness of NCFront to hold a grand national summit…
It’s not too late to save Nigeria, says Utomi
I guess an appropriate and short answer would be to adopt the title of my last book, ‘Why Not and Why Not Now.’
Take your country back, Na’Abba, Utomi charge Nigerians
Patriots of the National Consultative Front (NCFront), Alhaji Ghali Umar Na’Abba and Prof. Pat Utomi, have charged Nigerians to take back their country, reminding them that the time has come to show they hold the power and the future of the nation is in their hands.
Interpreting why nations fail or struggle
Fascination with why some countries succeed remarkably, others fail disgracefully, and many occupy grounds of the shades of grey on the spectrum, has been decades old with me. In response, I have written several books, numerous opinion pieces and academic essays and jumped into the arena of praxis, with spectacular stories to tell, and show…
FG, states borrow more, crowd out private sector
The months ahead may be more daunting for the real sector as government’s debt-funding plans at higher costs threaten to crowd out private sector investments and stifle local manufacturing.
Don’t blame COVID-19, Nigeria goofed as an economy, says Utomi
Professor of Political Economy and Founder of the Centre for Values in Leadership (CVL), Pat Utomi, in this interview with MARCEL MBAMALU and KABIRAT AZEEZ, Calls for political discipline
Nigeria practices monopoly, not participatory democracy, say Ezekwesili, Utomi
Monopoly in politics, many believe, is a disservice to economic growth and development of any nation. In Nigeria’s situation, many are of the opinion that there is absence of shared values and a unified vision of nationhood.
Utomi, Anya, others advocate national integration
Eminent Nigerians, including Prof. Pat Utomi, Prof. Anya Oko Anya and Maj-Gen. Obi Umahi, have urged Nigerians, irrespective of ethnicity, to toe the path of peace and consistently work towards a united country.
Embrace entrepreneurship to save Nigeria’s economy, Utomi tasks youths
Professor of Economics, Pat Utomi has called on the youths to embrace the spirit of entrepreneurship to save the country from its dwindling economic growth.