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By LOUIS ACHI In conceptualizing sustainable budgeting and national development planning templates, hope is certainly not a plan. It’s then little wonder that, historically, budgeting and national development planning remain twin ‘weapon-grade’ tools progressive nations deploy to...
Telecommunications giant MTN Nigeria has listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, 18 years after it started doing business in the country as a GSM provider. MTN Nigeria, a part of the MTN Group, Africa’s...
The chairman and founder of Heirs Holdings, My Tony Elumelu, has warned that Nigeria would be unable to keep its investors and entrepreneurs if multiple taxation was not abolished. The average Nigerian business, he...
By ODILIM ENWEGBARA I can’t stop wondering why we do this to ourselves and to the future of our children. No one can tell me that even common sense is not enough to guide us. If...
By ODILIM ENWEGBARA No modern capitalist economy allows its forex management policy to be in the hands of just one man –  one man so powerful that he decides who gets the forex and how much....
By ANIEBO NWAMU A younger Nigerian with a burning desire for greatness got excited after reading a statement issued by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in July this year. The sweet-sounding release that arrested the...
By ANIEBO NWAMU A white man I met at Apo Mechanic Village in Abuja, recently, stood stupefied as near-illiterate young men dismembered his car to work on it. In no time, they replaced a...
With effect from 2019, all existing oil licences will not be renewed by the Federal Government of Nigeria and its public corporations. No reason has so far been given for this development, but sources within the presidency revealed that the...
Nigerian universities are coming to terms with graduate unemployment in the country. Since degree and postgraduate degree certificates can no longer put food on the table, students and former students are now encouraged to acquire skills that would enable...
Under new guidelines issued by the Central Bank of Nigeria  on Thursday, CAC-registered agricultural, manufacturing and related entities considered as growth- and employment-stimulating can now borrow, long-term, as much as N10bn at consolidated 9% interest rate. The new credit policy...

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