Archive for: World Bank

Reno Omokri: Nigeria’s GDP rebasing adds value to every citizen

Reno Omokri: Nigeria’s GDP rebasing adds value to every citizen

by Reno Omokri The thing that they fail to understand is that any Nigerian who discredits the rebasing of Nigeria’s economy is discrediting himself. It was Nigeria’s value that was...

 

Cheta Nwanze: What Nigeria needs to know about the ‘global economy’

Cheta Nwanze: What Nigeria needs to know about the ‘global economy’

by Cheta  Nwanze Today’s piece is about economic systems, the World Bank and the IMF, and whether they have they helped Nigeria or not. The reason I chose this particular topic for today...

 

Reno Omokri: World Bank did not say Nigeria is an extremely poor country

Reno Omokri: World Bank did not say Nigeria is an extremely poor country

by Reno Omokri   Finally, it is sad that opposition political figures and the online news sites that they use to bamboozle the gullible are willing to attempt to damage the image of their...

 

Opinion: Wait, was Pastor Adeboye one of those who got Sanusi suspended?

Opinion: Wait, was Pastor Adeboye one of those who got Sanusi suspended?

by Adekoya Boladale Mallam Sanusi’s verbal diarrhoea manifested recently at the annual TEDX Talk in Abuja where he accused the General Overseer of the Redeemed Church of God, Pastor Enoch...

 

Abigail Anaba profiles Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala: Why NOI deserves our praise (Y!/YNaija.com Person of the Year 2013 Nominee)

Abigail Anaba profiles Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala: Why NOI deserves our praise (Y!/YNaija.com Person of the Year 2013 Nominee)

by Abigail Anaba Even NOI’s ‘enemies’ will acknowledge that she is an uncommonly brilliant and intelligent woman whose economic weight cannot be taken for granted. She definitely...

 

Opinion: Guarantees are a broad brush with toll roads and the public account

Opinion: Guarantees are a broad brush with toll roads and the public account

by Ifeanyi Uddin First, governments could opt to build the roads cheaply, deploying tax revenues for this purpose. In this case, tolling will be part of a cost-recovery scheme. Another option...

 

CSR-in-Action promotes transparency and effective policy implementation within the Nigerian Extractive Industries

CSR-in-Action promotes transparency and effective policy implementation within the Nigerian Extractive Industries

by Akintomiwa Agbaje   In a bid to sustainably promote unity through collaborative action, accountability and transparency within the extractive industries, CSR-in-Action in partnership with...

 

Opinion: Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala – A prophet without honour in her country

Opinion: Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala – A prophet without honour in her country

by Omolara Williams And the surprising thing is that, even while our legislators and other not-so-informed people at home are busy maligning her, the world keeps celebrating her. Thus making...

 

Kayode Komolafe: But where are the jobs?

Kayode Komolafe: But where are the jobs?

by Kayode Komolafe Jobs are not only meant to give the young men and women means of livelihood,  being employed is a source of moral fulfillment, a feeling of being useful to oneself and the...

 

Opinion: Jonathan, Boko Haram and the game of musical chairs

Opinion: Jonathan, Boko Haram and the game of musical chairs

by Obademi Ayodeji Until recent times, it seemed to the public eye that the Nigerian government, in all its colossal might, was flagrantly defied by a sect; in the paradoxical manner of a heavyweight...