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Bilateral Business Relations With China Good For Nigerians – Kusamotu

Barrister Ayodele Musibau Kusamotu is the Principal Counsel at KUSAMOTU & KUSAMOTU, an international legal firm in Lagos, with offices in Abuja and Onitsha. In this interview with CHINWENDU OBIOHA, he speaks on sundry national issues, including the advantages of Nigeria’s bilateral relationship with China, ways to get out of recession and what can be

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Nigerians To Enjoy PMB’s Economic Impact Soon – Kusamotu

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Osun State, Prince Ayodele Kusamotu, has urged Nigerians to exercise patience with President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, saying they will soon feel the positive economic impact of his government this year. Kusamotu made this known in Ikirun while meeting with the people of Boripe/Odo-Otin/Ifelodun federal constituency. The

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BENEFITING FROM THE NIGERIAN TOMATO SECTOR REFORMS: PART 1

The Nigerian Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment on April 11th, 2017 announced its new Tomato Sector Policy which it hypes as the creation of import substitution in the Tomato Sector in pursuit of the Nigerian Industrial Revolution Plan (NIRP). The policy is also geared towards the reduction of Post-Harvest losses which is a bane

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APC not Serious with Restructuring, says Kusamotu

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress Party (APC) and the Chairman of Kusamotu & Kusamotu, Barrister Ayodele Musibau Kusamotu in Lagos wednesday berated the party for not taking seriously the burning issue of restructuring. In a statement signed wednesday in Lagos, he urged the party’s hierarchy not to take the people for granted noting

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THE NIGERIAN TOMATO SECTOR POLICY 2017 Part 2:

The Nigerian Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment on April 11th, 2017 announced its new Tomato Sector Policy. We had earlier posited an argument for investment in Tomato Processing Factories by potential investors in the Sector. This paper provides an alternative view, arguing for continued importation after proper consideration of the likely pitfalls in the

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