Nigeria: Reflection (Part one)
Oct06

Nigeria: Reflection (Part one)

By Kede Aihie As Nigeria celebrate its 60th independence anniversary, a lot of issues in the past six decades, require reflection. When the union jack was lowered for the last time before mid night on 1st October 1960 and replaced with a new Nigerian flag (green white green). There was high optimism, for a new, peaceful and prosperous Nigeria. Nigeria was poised to lead Africa in *commerce, trade and politics.* This optimism was cut...

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Economic Sustainability Series
Oct05
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Aug05
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Jun25
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COVID-19 Business Opportunities: Field To Plate

By Esosa Aihie Farms, food producers and suppliers across the globe are adapting quickly and innovating to keep coronavirus stay at home whilst street markets are closed and labourers restricted from travelling to work in the fields. The crisis has exposed the world’s reliance on international trade and on the huge number of seasonal workers who travel across borders to farms to help harvest ripened produce. It has also had a massive...

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