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Happy New Year

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Happy New Year

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Africa’s Digital Economic Future is Bright

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Africa’s Digital Economic Future is Bright

By Esosa AihieAfrica’s Internet economy has the potential to reach 5.2% of its gross domestic product (GDP) by 2025, contributing nearly $180 billion to its economy and a projected potential contribution could reach $712 billion by 2050 – Google IFC report. The digital economy can change the course of Africa’s history. Covid-19 presents further opportunities for Africa’s digital startups to drive innovation in fast growing economic sectors –  fintech, edtech, telemedicine, e-healthcare, e-media and entertainment,...

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Arts, Culture and Tourism Values in Edo State – the Untapped Wealth

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By Dr Philip Orumwense CBE DBA FCIPS (First published – November 2017) Arts, Culture and Tourism values in Edo State – the Untapped Wealth Dr Philip Orumwense DBA, FCIPS (November 2017) Context: This lecture looks at Edo State’s Arts, Culture and Tourism values from the perspective of an outsider but informed from the point of view of an insider. By this I mean that the lecture examines this perspective from the view of a potential patron of our arts, culture and tourism and in so doing, it seeks to identify the opportunities,...

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Nigeria: Reflection (Part one)

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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 short, six years later, by Nigeria’s first military coup d’état, on 15 January 1966, led by Major...

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Economic Sustainability Series

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Economic Sustainability Series

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