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The Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (FRCN) released the National Code of Corporate Governance, in accordance with section fifty (50) of the Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria Act, 2011 on October 17, 2016. Unfortunately, barely a year later, the President suspended the code and replaced the management of the...

Sustainability is a business approach that seeks to build long-run competitiveness without unduly compromising short-term profitability and cash flows. In order words, sustainability is a value creation approach that takes cognizance of governance, the environment, the people, and the economy, in order to enhance business/organisation productivity and survival. It is...

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is still seen as philanthropy in Nigeria in many circles. This article seeks to use a case study of instances where CSR has been used to build corporate brand and profitability for different organisations in the country. Corporations around the world are struggling with a new...

“With broadband access, we can revolutionize global access to education, health care, economic empowerment, and the delivery of critical human needs.” Tae Yoo, 2014. According to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), the broadband penetration in the country stands at 33%, exceeding the five-year broadband target of 30% that was set for 2018...

On Monday 20th of February 2012, the Central Bank of Nigeria donated N25 Million to the families of the bomb blast victims at the Saint Theresa Catholic Church in Madalla, Suleja on Christmas day which had no less than 40 casualties. This followed a previous donation of N100 Million...

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