In April, Nigeria’s Minister of Health, Professor Onyebuchi Chukwu made a bold announcement that he is considering sending a memo to the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting to ban public officers going abroad for medical treatment. It is not clear if this memo was ever sent to the FEC. Perhaps, next time the media meets with the honourable Minister, they [...]Read more ›
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In the BusinessDay of October 20, 2009 Sometime a couple of years ago, during the Christmas season, I was at a bank in Ibadan with a friend. A man came into the bank sometime after us with three children. My friend looked at the kids who were busy tossing a filled balloon over their heads and asked if I still [...]Read more ›
From the BusinessDay of October 6, 2009 To become a member of the German parliament, the Bundestag, one either has to be directly elected to represent a constituency, or one has to be on a party list. Let me explain.On Election Day, Germans cast two votes, one for a particular candidate, and the other for a party. The first vote [...]Read more ›