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Nwamaka Ogbonna

Politics. Economics. International Development

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May 2017

Democracy day in Nigeria: 18 Years Later, To What Extent Has it Delivered on its Promise?

  I was 6 years old when Nigeria's last 'strong man' General Sanni Abacha died, as young as I was then, I still have vivid memories of the day of his death. I was sitting with my dad when the news broke... Continue Reading →

Ease of doing business in Nigeria – 31 Reforms completed in 60 Days

Small businesses are the lifeblood of Africa's economy and their contributions to employment and GDP cannot be overstated. A report by Mckinsey last year noted that: "Small companies dominate in other African economies. In Ethiopia, large companies account for less than... Continue Reading →

Vive la France! WEF Africa and other news

Hello blogfam, apologies for being away for so long, it sure feels like ages..let's just say April was pretty overwhelming with lots of work and personal demands but I am back now 🙂 I feel that it has been pretty... Continue Reading →

A role for the Development Bank of Nigeria

In this article for Stears, I look at the role Development Banks can play in Nigeria's industrialisation and diversification agenda, you can read it here. But below is an excerpt: "Development Banks are set up to deliver economic priorities of... Continue Reading →

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