Former CBN Governor, Paul Ogwuma

Paul Ogwuma

OGWUMA, Paul Agbai; Economist, Chartered Accountant, administrator and Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN between 1995 and 1999. He is a recipient of the national honour of the order of the…

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Cotton; Plant grown and woven into cloth in western Nigeria and many parts of West Africa. Cotton was second to groundnut among cash crops through which farmers in northern Nigeria made their…

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Ifueko Omogui


Ifueko Omoigui-Okauru; Tax practitioner and accountant, Chairman of Nigeria’s Federal Inland Revenue Service, FIRS during President Obasanjo years. Ifueko was the first female professional staff…

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Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala


Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala; Economist, as cabinet minister belonged to the crop of energetic technocrats of President Obasanjo’s second term in her position as Nigeria’s finance minister. Before her…

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Free Enterprise

Free Enterprise, as an economic principle, features minimum intervention of government and greater participation of private individuals in business management. This system, idealised by early…

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Corruption, according to the World Bank and Transparency International, is the abuse of public office for private gains for the benefit of the holder of the office or some third party. Nigeria has…

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Osborne F.G.

Osborne F.G. was a merchant of the Anglo-Colonial Trading Corporation Limited, called Alagbon in Lagos of the nineteen-tens. Born in 1852, Osborne came to Lagos in the 1870s as a clerk of another…

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CEOs meetup


Capitalism, according to Investopedia, is a system of economics based on the private ownership of capital and production inputs, and on the production of goods and services for profit. This Adam…

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