”It is clear that the two leading contenders for Nigeria’s top job have very distinct ideas on how the economy should run – each model with its own set of consequences. The ball is now in the court of Nigerians to decide the kind of economy that they desire to have and who they deem best to deliver it”.
In this piece for the Africa at LSE blog, I argue that as tech solutions by African entrepreneurs are replicated … More
A few weeks ago, I stumbled on a report by the National Bureau of Statistics which revealed the credit allocation … More
Over the next few days, I shall engage with 49 future policy leaders from across the world to deliberate on … More
The latest buzzword amongst politicians in Nigeria is ‘restructuring’ which in many case is assumed to mean greater devolution of … More
So I have had a lot of people ask me questions along this line ‘Oh, I’m confused, I thought before … More
In this article for Stears, I look at the role Development Banks can play in Nigeria’s industrialisation and diversification agenda, … More
Hello dear readers, sorry for the temporary hiatus:) On the International Women’s Day (March, 8), I wrote a blog post … More