Culture and development
In Nigeria discourses on development occur often within the development set and are preoccupied with macro-indicators, namely, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), purchasing Power Parity ...
Lagos government adopts PPP in projects’ development
The Lagos State Government has revealed its new initiative to execute developmental projects through Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) model across the state.
LASG applauds foundation on road network devt
Lagos State Government has commended Custodian Social Responsibility Foundation (CSRF), an arm of Custodian Investment Plc, for embarking on a community development project...
Stockbrokers want FG to leverage capital market for revenue-generating projects
The Federal Government (FG) has been urged to focus on raising bonds from the capital market to finance revenue-generating projects and reduce balance sheet borrowing.
We must diversify to exit recession
By Nigeria must change her relationship with prosperity. Wealth is everywhere you look: Japan that knows neither Jesus nor Mohammed; as well as South Korea, is in everlasting riches though she only knows the Buddha.
Why we adopt PPP model in sale of public property, by Ganduje
Kano State Government has maintained that it adopted Public Private Partnership (PPP) model in selling public property to rejuvenate the state’s economy and infrastructure deficit.
Foundation laments falling standard of education
A non-governmental Organisation, Miteda Wellness Initiative, has decried the falling standard of education in the country, advocating Public-Private Partnership (PPP) to save the sector.
Why PPP remains lifeline for Kano’s comatose assets
When Kano State Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, assumed the mantle of leadership of the most populous state in the federation on May 29, 2015, he was confronted with formidable development challenges.