On the setting of the public-sector minimum wage in Nigeria:breaking the deadlock and purging the system of ghost workers. My explanation here (via The Nations News Paper):👇 Twitter - https://lnkd.in/dckfNNt LinkedIn - https://lnkd.in/d8hY-TJ Direct - https://lnkd.in/deDn2Yt
In 2004, more than 68 million Nigerians were living in poverty with zero number of billionaires in the country. By 2010 these figures have risen: the poor to about 113 million & the number of billionaires from zero to two. That means for every additional billionaire that is made into the Nigerian Forbes’s list, there … Continue reading Has Nigeria’s oil fortunes been breeding billionaires at the expense of combating poverty?
On 1st October of this year, Nigeria will mark its Diamond Jubilee, the 60th anniversary of its independence. It has so far been ruled & governed by 12 heads of states, an average of five years in the office per leader. If you’re up-to-date with Nigeria’s leadership history, which of the leaders do you think … Continue reading Nigeria’s best head of state since independence? – @dapelzg