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Corruption’s Footprint on Infrastructure in Nigeria

Corruption in Nigeria has harmed a significant aspect of its infrastructural growth and development. With a score of 25 in the 2023 Transparency Index, Nigeria ranked 145 out of 180.

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A Case for Disability Access to Public Infrastructure in Nigeria

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A Case for Disability Access to Public Infrastructure in Nigeria

A 2023 report by the WHO highlighted that 1 in 6 people in the world currently live with one form of disability. These individuals bear the brunt of inaccessibility to public infrastructure 15 times more than people without disabilities.

Why the CBN is Losing Its Fight Against Inflation (II)

Economics

Why the CBN is Losing Its Fight Against Inflation (II)

The first part of this insight highlighted the strategies that the CBN was employing in its fight against inflation and their limitations. The second part will focus on an analysis of the components of Nigeria’s inflation and the factors influencing.......

Why the CBN is Losing Its Fight Against Inflation (I)

Economics

Why the CBN is Losing Its Fight Against Inflation (I)

What is Inflation? Inflation, as you have probably heard, is a situation where too much money is chasing too few goods. However, that only tells one part of the story.

Engendering Vocational Education in Nigeria: Risks and Mitigation 

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Engendering Vocational Education in Nigeria: Risks and Mitigation 

Vocational education is a system of education that prepares students for a career in a hands-on or practical way.

How The Nigerian Tech Industry Performed in Q1 of 2024: Funding and Growth Areas

technology and innovation

How The Nigerian Tech Industry Performed in Q1 of 2024: Funding and Growth Areas

From January to March (Q1) of 2024, the African tech sector received a total funding (equity, debts, and grants) of $466 million. 35% of which went to startups in Nigeria. Moove, a Transport Tech startup, accounts for two-thirds of this sum

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