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Sunday, March 06, 2016

Segun Adeleye’s book on how to fix Nigeria for launch



A book by a seasoned journalist, Mr. Segun Adeleye, entitled ‘So Long Too Long Nigeria’ would be launched at the University of Lagos on Thursday, March 10, 2016, reports ITRealms.

The book a collection of over 100 articles, tend to address socio-economic issues affecting Nigeria and Africa as well as proffering the way forward.

ITRealms reports that the book, authored by a mediapreneur, Segun Adeleye who doubles as the President/CEO, World Stage Limited, reviewed several issues that are critical to the recovery of Nigeria’s economy such as, headache of doing business in Nigeria, economics of perpetual recession , budget of no consequence, different shades of corruption, Wanted: A new deadline to end gas flaring,  Survivors of global crisis, Fuel deregulation witches and wizards, Wonder banks' victims, Tragedy of fuel importation, Stock market as victim of its success, Banks' toxic loans: Matters arising, Regulators: The dubious, the reckless, Petroleum Industry Bill and oil slavery, Walking the 'Road Map to Power Sector Reforms', A Case for road map to Police reforms, Taming the unemployment monster, Non-viable states and  N18,000 minimum wage, among others. 

The book launch, Adeleye said, is part of activities making the inauguration of Segun Adeleye Foundation For Good Leadership In Africa (SAFFGLIA) , where the Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed would deliver its African Leadership Lecture titled ‘Setting Agenda For Good Leadership In Africa.’

According to Adeleye, the launch at an intellectual setting is expected to be graced by state governors, ministers, top business executives which include Alhaji Aliko Dangote, Mr Femi Otedola, Dr Wale Babalakin (SAN) among others.

The book, he pointed out, is a collection of his articles in a regular column in Nigerian Compass Newspaper.

“I wrote about many important socio-economic issues on how to transform Nigeria to a better country. I believe that the Federal Government can find solution to Nigeria’s current economic woe with this book,” he said.
 
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