Latest Articles by Adekunle Agbetiloye Contributor Charting new waters: Nigeria’s blue economy ambitions take shape. As humans, we engage in numerous activities involving water; from consuming its clean and purified form in our homes to harnessing its expansive bodies for global trade. Contributor Nigeria’s ongoing fuel price conundrum. Last week news circulated about the possibility of an upward review of fuel prices in Nigeria to about N720 per litre, marking the third increase in just ten weeks. Contributor Highlights from CBN’s 2022 audited financial statement. There has been quite a buzz lately about the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) dropping a bombshell – it just released its annual audited financial statements, marking the first time since 2015 it will make... Contributor ASIS 2023: Talent management is important to address youth unemployment in Africa. The World Bank has reported that 50 percent of young Nigerians express a desire to leave their homeland. Contributor ASIS 2023: Private sector partnership is critical in addressing climate change in Africa – Joyce Banda. While Africa contributes relatively little to global greenhouse gas emissions, it is one of the most vulnerable regions to the adverse effects of climate change. Contributor Economic implications of the delayed Siemens power project in Nigeria. Nigeria, the largest economy and most populous nation in Africa has faced hindrances to its economic growth due to the absence of a consistent and high-quality electricity supply. Contributor How Nigeria can accelerate the uptake of CNG powered vehicles. In May, the newly appointed president, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, decided to eliminate fuel subsidy that had traditionally maintained affordable fuel prices for Nigerians.