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…Because no one walks naked

Ofuma Agali

From personal lives to business, religion, and socialization, human beings have every reason to be clothed. It is one of the basic needs of human life. According to Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, the first set of needs (the most basic of needs) is referred to as psychological needs, which …

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Reality in the time of recession

Editor's Note

Now, that is sounding like ‘Love in the time of cholera’, right? Actually, I am not trying to echo Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Colombian novelist, and Nobel laureate. But somehow, both contexts are finding some form of intersection. If you know that story – and I am not going to …

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Aviation rumbles and other rants

Aviation

At a business networking forum in Lagos recently, I met with a senior personnel – an expatriate – and he introduced himself as one who works with Arik. He didn’t even wait for my response – whatever it was that I was going to say. He simply pressed it out …

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What will 2016 Offer Nigerians?

2016 Roundation Special Edition All of us – experts, analysts, commentators, laymen, the literate, the illiterate and lots more – have become prophets of sorts. Some are condemning everything they know about Nigeria, more like the incurable pessimists. Some are reeling in the propeller of optimism, in the belief that …

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Valid Dreams…

Watch out for those dreamers with their eyes open, day or night. A good number of them see their dreams manifest into realities. This Yuletide, Dame Christie Toby on our cover has seen her Utopian model schools come to life as a private venture under the umbrella of Arch Bishop …

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Faulty foundation, bad business

Nigeria is at the tipping point. It has an only choice to change into an economically sustainable entity or implode for business mercenaries to further plunder.  Nigeria’s change dictum can only be guided by sound knowledge, deep in the understanding of the fundamental principles of economic determinism and business choices, …

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Worthy Paradigms

“The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying small stones.” Confusius By this time next month, President Mohammadu Buhari’s ministerial nominees that get legislative endorsements shall be about their portfolios. Lucky chaps. Many Nigerians could not play the real politick to win elections, but wished they could get political …

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Digital wiring…

The duo of Timothy Adaka and Blessing Oigiangbe, associate editors, at Business Eye magazine share a lot in common. Both have first degrees in economics, capped with Masters in Business Administration, MBAs, and both have worked in the finance industry for not less than 10years apiece before joining our newsroom. …

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