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Stevie C. Chiakwelu

Stevie C. Chiakwelu is the CEO of Stebil Computers Ltd. He is a Senior Fellow and developmental analyst at  AFRIPOL.Org

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Vincent Ogboi

 

Mr. Vincent Ogboi  is a Senior fellow, economic and financial analyst on  African affairs at Afripol organization.  A scholar of Economics, Banking and Finance.

He can be contacted:   taiyeogboi@yahoo.com

 

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Emeka Chiakwelu

The founder and principal policy strategist is Mr. Emeka Chiakwelu

He can be contacted: info@afripol.org

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Dr. G. Stanley O’koye

Dr. G. Stanley O’koye, M.D., Ph.D. , Chief Medical Correspondent, Africa Political and Economic Strategic Center (Afripol) and St. Jude Medical Missions

He can be reached at:

medicalexperts@stjudemedicalmissions.org

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Dennis Alvarez

Dennis M Alvarez Jr., is the Senior Fellow and Environmental Expert at Afripol Organization.

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Africa is most profitable area, say economists Africa is the world’s most profitable region, says Econometrix chief economist Azar Jammine. At a presentation in Johannesburg yesterday, he cited an analysis by the University of Oxford which showed that, adjusted for risk, Africa came out “way above” Asia and Latin America. Jammine, with Frontier Advisory chief executive Martyn Davies, presented the findings of the MasterCard Worldwide Insights report, entitled Taking Stock: The State of Sub-Saharan Africa. The report shows growth in the region has not been dominated by mining. Between 2002 and 2007, the fastest growing sectors were hotels and restaurants,…
Nigeria from Brain drain to Brain gain Now that Nigeria has completed what is perceived by many as a relatively free and fair election, even though the elections cannot be termed as uneventful or completely free or short of its usual short-comings such as elections fraud, religious riots, as is common with many elections, it can still be judged a success by most standards. It appears that Nigeria’s Independent electoral Commission and the electorate are determined more than ever to continue on this trajectory of free and fair elections that is needed to entrench their democracy which although still in…
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