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Tyranny of Technocrats – Nigeria and the Battle of Ideas

Tyranny of Technocrats – Nigeria and the Battle of Ideas

The battle for the soul of Nigeria is a battle between the status quo and reforms. The status quo has been winning the battle for over half a century, the reformists have a battle in their hands and the odds are very much against them. Read More

Fund Ya Hustle Update – Winning Start-up to Be Unveiled Dec. 4th

Fund Ya Hustle Update – Winning Start-up to Be Unveiled Dec. 4th

Created and powered by Visionary Impact Netwox – a Nigerian social enterprise committed to socio-economic youth development, the “Fund Ya Hustle” contest was designed to promote and encourage the “Legit hustle” of the average Nigerian youth thriving against all odds. Read More

African Focus: Gender, Girl Child Development and Education as Post 2015  Development Strategies

African Focus: Gender, Girl Child Development and Education as Post 2015 Development Strategies

The African region has been a direct beneficiary of the Millennium Development Goals which has been the most successful global anti-poverty push in history (MDG Report, 2013). Significant and substantial progress has been made in meeting many of the targets; halving the number of people living in extreme poverty, visible improvements in all health areas […] Read More

The Travails of Small and Medium Enterprise Ownership in Nigeria

The Travails of Small and Medium Enterprise Ownership in Nigeria

A recent World Bank Ease of Doing Business Index showcased how frustrating it is to own and operate a small and medium enterprise business in Nigeria in the 2015 Doing Business Index. The relative link between SME’s, economic growth and poverty alleviation cannot be overstated with regards to enhancing a robust economy. Read More

Eyes on the Ball! 21 Key Principles For Success In Modern Times Part 1

Eyes on the Ball! 21 Key Principles For Success In Modern Times Part 1

“Success is simple, though it is not necessarily easy”. In every facet of life, there are principles and laws that guides its operation and the unique things about principles they are constant and are not time-bound. Read More

The Millionaire List – 12 Skills Needed to Grow Your Enterprise

The Millionaire List – 12 Skills Needed to Grow Your Enterprise

If you want to become a millionaire, you need the skills to pay the bills. Millionaires set themselves apart from the masses by the skills they possess. These skills are so well crafted that the average person does not realize them. Read More

Making the Big Move Back | Watch Documentary on Returnees & The Lagos Hustle

Making the Big Move Back | Watch Documentary on Returnees & The Lagos Hustle

“Returnees & the Lagos Hustle“ – Should I move back? It is a question many Nigerians in diaspora ask themselves everyday. Read More

Facebook’s Free Basic Platform Goes Live, Expands Internet Access to Millions in Africa

Facebook’s Free Basic Platform Goes Live, Expands Internet Access to Millions in Africa

Basics Platform is now live – more than 60 new services are available across the 29 countries where Free Basic services are available, including 14 in Africa. Read More

Opinion: Economic Development and The Bailout Nigeria Needs

Opinion: Economic Development and The Bailout Nigeria Needs

During the inauguration of his cabinet, the President  last week commended the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for assisting more than 30 states of the federation with concessionary loans to offset salary arrears for their workers. The President observed that the Bank also implemented country-specific and innovative policies that had helped to stabilise the exchange […] Read More

Idea Builders Initiative Set to Hold Annual Global Mentoring Walk November 21st

Idea Builders Initiative Set to Hold Annual Global Mentoring Walk November 21st

#MentoringWalkNG – The Global Women’s Mentoring Walk is an annual event that involves established women leaders/professionals and emerging women leaders/professionals convening and walking together in their neighbourhoods and city streets. As they walk, they engage in discussions regarding life goals, challenges and successes; issues bordering on family, relationships, education, business, career and plans for the […] Read More

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