OPINION

Consumers Suffer Lack of Protection in The Gambia

By Yusupha Jarjusey It is true that the Gambia has what is called Consumer Protection Association of The Gambia (CPAG)...

New U.S. Visa Regime: A Wake-up Call for Nigerians

By Elizabeth Eni The United States’ new policy on the indefinite suspension of interview waivers for visa renewals...

The Nigeria Power Situation: Hindsight, Insight and Foresight

My last post on the Nigeria power industry was a reaction to a Vanguard article by the Minister of Power. It was an article...

Nigeria’s GDP/CPI, the Vexatious Recession and the Role of Successive Governments

By Emmanuel Undie In light of the current recession and entire brouhaha over the state of our economy, it may be pertinent to take a...

Imperative of self-sufficiency in local food production

By Barau Emmanuel The 2008 Chinese Milk Scandal brought the story home with regards to concerns about the safety and otherwise of imported food items...

Electricity Supply: State Govts, Consumers Not Playing their Roles

Change management is not a sprint. It is a marathon. This is the context in which I propose to speak today and...

Saving The Naira by Nosa Igiebor

It is now eons ago that the Naira was a respectable and widely accepted currency. It did not only exude strength, it had the...

An appraisal of the role of the consumer protection council in...

By Emmanuel Ekpeyong The Consumer Protection (Products and Services Monitoring and Registration) Regulations 2005 ("the Regulation") which was promulgated pursuant to the powers conferred on...

Billings and receivables in electricity industry

By Dan Aibangbe Where are the meters? In the service industry, one can never eliminate accounts receivable due to the need to certify services provided, upon...

From these robbers called discos

Chris Ubah In the beginning it was called Nigeria Electricity Supply Company (NESCO) and became Electric Corporation of Nigeria (ECN) five decades later. After about...