Author Archives: Emmanuel Olorunfemi

About Emmanuel Olorunfemi

Passionate about development

Fighting Corruption in the Right way in Nigeria

Fighting corruption is far beyond setting up Presidential Committee on Anti-corruption and heading it with a professor of law, coming up with whistle-blowing policy, and witch-hunting of past public office holders and members of opposition parties. Continue reading

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One Planet Summit: Nigeria’s Commitment to Addressing Climate Change Effects

Seemingly, Nigerian leaders are more committed to conferences, summits and other international events than committing themselves to implementing the outcomes of those events.  Continue reading

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Services, Informality and Productivity in Africa

By Tabea Lakemann, Research Fellow, GIGA Institute of African Affairs and University of Göttingen, and Jann Lay, Acting Director, GIGA Institute of African Affairs, and Head of GIGA Research Programme Growth and Development Learn more about this timely topic at … Continue reading

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Building Africa’s Entrepreneurial Culture

By Giulia Ajmone Marsan and Jonathan Potter, OECD Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Local Development and Tourism Learn more about this timely topic at the upcoming 17th International Economic Forum on Africa Register to attend Over the last decade, Africa has … Continue reading

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CITIZENS IN ABUJA AND AROUND THE GLOBE CALL ON WORLD LEADERS TO ACT ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

An end to a highly corrupt system of governance that siphons public resources for personal gains Continue reading

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#ACT4SDGs

Commitment without action is simply irresponsibility; that is the reason why all concerned citizens in Nigeria have to call on our leaders to take steps in realizing the commitment they made to Sustainable Development Goals in September 2015. Come Monday … Continue reading

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