Nigeria’s Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has announced a 50% reduction in the cost of registering businesses in Nigeria.
On April 1, I wrote on this blog that during his foreign trips President Buhari should see himself as Nigeria’s Salesman-In-Chief, and should carry Innoson and other local companies along on such trips to sign deals. I frowned at the traditional restriction of foreign trips by Nigerian presidents to sourcing for foreign investment, and argued… Continue reading Zikistmovement.com Article Helps Buhari-Osinbajo And Innoson Lure $1 Billion Investment To Nigeria
By Obi Nwakanma It does seem clear to many of us who still have, and are guided by a sense of history that Nigeria derailed from its historical course, and drifts, when it abandoned Zikist ideology as its foundational myth. Much of Nigeria’s history, particularly since the civil war, has been shaped by a cynical… Continue reading Zikism: Nigeria and Risorgimento
By Obi Nwakanma,Vanguard Newspapers On February 28, I was a guest speaker at the Anambra State Association Black History month symposium on Nnamdi Azikiwe in Dallas. It was an apt and proper celebration of the life of Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe, a true giant of the 20th century. In choosing to celebrate Azikiwe’s contribution, it struck… Continue reading The New Zikist Movement
Shortly after the 1945 nationwide general strike in the country, some enthusiastic youths emerged as radicals to confront the colonial government. The men, who were leaders of the Zikist Movement, were tried by a Lagos High Court, and a number of them were jailed. FRANCIS FAMOROTI, Head, Judiciary writes. The ‘’Zikists Movement’’ was originally conceived… Continue reading Why The Zikists Were Tried And Convicted