Mixed grill over skyrocketing oil price

Crude oil, the biggest revenue earner for Nigeria, hit a two-year high at $70.20 per barrel last week. This is neither good nor bad news as similar increase had worsened revenue and expenditure concerns in recent time. ADEOLA YUSUF reports   The price of crude oil, Nigeria’s biggest revenue earner, last Tuesday, hit $70.20 a […]


Ndoma-Egba: Our constitution has proved it has outlived its usefulness

Former Senate Leader and erstwhile chairman of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba, in this interview with CLEMENT JAMES, speaks on the ongoing constitution review and controversy over ban on open grazing, among other issues     The issue of Fulani herdsmen has been on the front burner for quite a while, […]


Nigeria’s presidency, not for the fastest or swiftest – Daniel

Otunba Gbenga Daniel is a former governor of Ogun State. In this interview, he speaks on the state of the nation, issues ahead of the 2023 general election and the way out of rising insecurity in Nigeria, among others. FELIX NWANERI reports     Zoning has characterized debates ahead of the 2023 presidential election; where […]


Adejumo: CBN should come up with policy on technology

Mr. Aderemi Adejumo, the Chief Executive Officer of Cloudflex Computing Services Limited, in this interview with SAMSON AKINTARO, speaks on the need for policies and regulations on local hosting of data to stimulate economic growth, among others     With low level local hosting of data in Nigeria, what motivated you to start Cloudflex?   […]

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Iweanoge: Why digital solution is Nigeria’s future

Richard Iweanoge is the Chief Executive Officer of Papyrus Digital Solution, a field force management automation company. In simple terms, the company invented digitized tools for sales representatives in the field. In this interview with IFEOMA ONONYE, Iweanoge, who was former General Manager Consumer marketing to Africa’s telecommunications giant, MTN, speaks about his new job […]


Uniform exchange rate: The benefits, the drawbacks

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) last week devalued the Naira by 7.6 per cent against the United States Dollar in a move to migrate toward a single exchange-rate system for the local currency. In this report, PAUL OGBUOKIRI notes that weak Naira is the main driver of the rising food inflation and prohibitive cost […]

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