Nigeria as we saw in the last part of this series is endowed with vast and varied natural resources which can be used to produce green energy. The renewable energy sector is green and developing yet poised for spectacular growth
There has been an impasse within the Nigerian government. This stems from the controversy on whether the President’s appointment of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Chairman requires confirmation from the Senate. This is an attempt to provide a legal overview on the issue.
Nigeria is unarguably one of the largest economies in the Sub-Saharan Africa. Though she relies majorly on oil, her economy is also grown by pockets of corporate organizations covering almost all spheres of activities within the country, ranging from multinational corporations with offices within the country, indigenous companies, and largely by small and medium scale …
Nigeria is Africa’s most populous nation with the largest economy in the continent and a fast-growing services sector with an increasing need for consumer goods. This factor makes trade mark registration important. The laws governing trademark in Nigeria are Trade Marks Act, Cap T 13, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004 (“TMA”) and the …
Introduction Globally, in the last decade, there has been unprecedented growth in the non-interest banking and finance, which is generally known as Islamic Banking. The existence of Islamic finance has become imperative in many jurisdictions of the world and it is expected to continue to spread in view of the economic growth in countries with …
Renewable energy is made from resources mother-nature can replace like water, wind and sunshine. They are the best alternative sources of energy as they do not affect climate change neither do they cause environmental pollution. But, did you know Nigeria is one country rich in renewable energy which if harnessed can yield maximum interest on investment?
Advises USAID (through GHSC-PSM) on PPP Management of the much heralded Warehouse in a Box Project, (premier warehouses in Abuja and Lagos Nigeria.
Advises World Bank Group on Private Sector Participation in an Integrated Transport System in Lagos State
Legal Advisory support to the World Bank Group on PPP Project Prioritization and Institutional Strengthening for Kaduna State.
Advises the Government of Nigeria (NBET) on the Initialing of QIPP Ltd Qua Iboe Project PPA & PCOA with an investment value of over $1bn