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Although outcomes across several key indicators have improved in recent years, efforts to develop the health care system are hindered by several notable challenges, including limited public funding, a high communicable diseases (CD) burden, rising incidence of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), and elevated rates of infant and maternal...

 

The size, youthfulness and rapid growth of Nigeria’s population present education stakeholders with an array of challenges and opportunities. Budget shortfalls have stretched the public system thin, while disparities in enrolment and outcomes across the K-12 spectrum continue to emerge along the lines of gender and geography. Moreover, primary...

 

The drive to increase government revenue through tax collection will not likely abate in the years to come as revenue from oil, which the government had been heavily depended on in the past is constantly declining.

 

For Nigeria to experience meaningful and enduring economic growth and development, its ability to attract substantial foreign direct investment (FDI) is crucial, as it permits transfer of technology and skills to facilitate improvements in productivity, which in turn translates to an increase in the country’s per capita income and an overall...

 

MSMEs are critical to the development of any nation due to their numerous contributions to the economy. MSMEs are perceived to be the engine of growth and catalyst for socio-economic transformation of any country because of their significant contribution to the advancement of new product development and processes, and employment generation. In...

 

One of the reforms that will have the most impact on the economic climate of Nigeria when it eventually comes into operation are the proposed changes to the corporate landscape through the long overdue amendment of the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) with the new CAMA Bill, 2018. The act is the principal law governing corporate law in...