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‘At 30, I was Nigeria’s youngest bank CEO’

Olorogun O’tega Emerhor, consummate banker, businessman, politician, onetime youngest bank CEO, philanthropist who just turned 60 in this interview with Bolaji Ogundele speaks on his many exploits. Excerpts: Life at 60 Well, at 60, I don’t think you have any other choice than to be wise. When I was 40 I …

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Buharism: The Missing Ingredients

President Muhammed Buhari(PMB)’s place in the history of Nigeria is assured as the word Buharism is good enough to be added in the Nigerian diction. He is a General’s General. He took active part in the civil war and was also involved in all the military coups that eventually led …

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Nigeria will break without restructuring

Chief Ayo Adebanjo, elder statesman and chieftain of the pan-Yoruba socio-political organisation, Afenifere, in this interview with Raymond Mordi, Deputy Political Editor, says restructuring is the solution to Nigeria’s problems Some Nigerians say the problem facing the country at the moment is not restructuring, but corruption. Do you agree sir? …

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2019 ELECTION; HOW THE REGIONS STAND

With a resurgent agriculture anchored on cheap fertiliser and CBN funding for farmers in Northern regions, Buhari’s base remains the North West. A periodic analysis of how the regions stand as events unfold may have become a routine task from now till the time of the elections, following the pace …

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