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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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The Nigeria current recorded Debt to GDP ratio stood at  11 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product in 2013.  “Government Debt To GDP in Nigeria averaged 35.96 Percent from 2000 until 2013, reaching an all time high of 88 Percent in 2001 and a record low of 11 Percent in 2013. Government Debt To GDP in Nigeria is reported by the Central Bank of Nigeria.”  Nigeria enjoyed one of the lowest debt to gdp ratio in the world.  The country’s exit from Paris and London Clubs of Creditors via the payment of foreign debts in 2006, played a vital…
Swiss traders’ shenanigans on the buying of Nigeria and Africa’s crude oil without transparency and accountability In Nigeria, Swiss companies bought oil worth $37 billion over the three years, an amount equal to more than 18 percent of the national government’s revenues. Payments of this scale that affect the development prospects of poor countries require public oversight, which has been largely missing in most of the scenarios described in this report. Transparency provides citizens with a tool to hold their government to account for the management of their country’s most valuable asset. To achieve transparency, we recommend the following: •…
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