President of The Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari has joined The Nigerian academic environment to celebrate Professor Akinlawon Mabogunje on his 90th birthday. President Buhari In a congratulatory message issued on Sunday, 18th, October, 2021 by his spokesman, Femi Adesina. President Buhari extolled the renowned geography, scholar, administrator and consultant for his roles in structuring the Nation.
Prof Akin Mabogunje. University of Ibadan Geography seminar portrait. Circa: 1960s Akinlawon Ladipo "Akin" Mabogunje is a Nigerian geographer. Mabogunje was born in 1931 in Kano and lived in Sabongari during his primary school years. He then attended Mapo Central School for one year before passing the entrance examination for Ibadan Grammar School. He won the Egbe Omo Oduduwa scholarship to study at the University College, Ibadan, now University of Ibadan, where he later worked as a lecturer. He was the first
Endsars: See How Much Nigeria Has Lost For The Past 12 Days The #EndSars protests which has been supported my many prominent Nigerians and those in diaspora, has recorded huge achievements in the country by letting the government aware that the people own the power and not the other way round. However, the protest has also had negative impact in the economy of Nigeria. According to the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), the economy has lost over N700 Billion to the #EndSars protest that has been
Nigeria loses N700bn in 12 days to #EndSARS protests – Toki Mabogunje Good day people of Nigeria, I am here to update you on the happenings towards the end SARS but I will be more to emphasize on what Toki Mabogunje who is the president of Lagos chamber of commerce and industry(LCCI) said about Nigeria loosing over N700bn in 12 days to end SARS protest. The President of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) said that the Nigerian economy has misplaced over N700 billion to the #EndSARS challenges
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) said the Nigerian economy has lost more than 700 billion naira due to the #EndSARS protests in the past 12 days. LCCI President Toki Mabogunje said this when discussing the economic implications of the protest in an announcement to Vanguard. She said LCCI appreciates the price of neighbour engagement and the protest call for responsibility, but lamented the terrible effect on the economy. Mabogunje said: “They conform to democratic standards. In addition, they
1. Explore equity financing, less debt - LCCI to FG. The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has cautioned the Federal Government against continued use of debt to meet its financial obligations. The President, Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mrs Toki Mabogunje, in a statement on the quarterly press conference of the chamber, said the approach was not sustainable as the country was still struggling to generate sufficient revenues. In the statement entitled ‘Text of LCCI Quarterly Press Conference’,
The Lagos Office of Business and Industry has said the developing degree of Nigeria 's debt is quick getting unreasonable in the light of waning oil costs and creation and might hit N 34 tn by year - end . The President , LCCI , Toki Mabogunje , communicated worries about the nation 's rising debt portfolio at the foundation 's Yearly Comprehensive gathering held Tuesday in Lagos . Citing the debt The executives Office , Mabogunje said the public obligation stock developed by eight percent to N 31 tn toward