Sustained success is largely a matter of focusing regularly on the right things 
and making a lot of uncelebrated little improvements every day”
 
Theodore Levitt

“Our lives begin to end the minute we become silent about things that matter” 
Martin Luther King

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Atedo Peterside to boycott CBN’s roundtable over Sanusi’s dethronement

Published on 15 March, 2020, in The Cable Online Newspaper Atedo Peterside, the founder of Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc, says he will not attend a forum organised by the Central Bank of Nigeria because he is displeased with the dethronement of Muhammadu Sanusi II. The Kano state government announced Sanusi’s dethronement on Monday; replacing him with Aminu Ado Bayero. In a letter sent to Godwin Emefiele and seen by TheCable, Peterside said he cannot hide...

Building and Sustaining a Strong Economic future for Nigeria

Keynote Address delivered by Mr Atedo N. A. Peterside con on the occasion of the 25th Nigerian Economic Summit Anniversary Dinner in Abuja on 07 October, 2019 and as published in the Guardian Newspaper. I consider it a great honour and privilege to have been invited as the Keynote Speaker on the occasion of the Dinner to celebrate the 25th Nigerian Economic Summit here today in Abuja. The organisers told me they wanted a speaker...

Rivers Lives also Matter

Published as an advertorial by a group of Concerned Citizens of Rivers State on 18 March, 2019 in Businessday, Vanguard, Thisday, Guardian, The Nation and Daily Trust Newspapers 1) We the undersigned are concerned citizens and stakeholders of Rivers State.  2) We have watched with disbelief and horror recent violent incidents which occurred before, during and after the elections that were held in Rivers State on 23rd February, 2019 and 9th March, 2019. These incidents...

Things fall Apart, but is the President aware?

Anap Foundation has commissioned opinion polls for every presidential poll and many governorship polls since 2011. The results of the extensive polls conducted, on our behalf by NOI Polls, for the 2019 presidential election indicate that respondents who were undecided and/or unwilling to disclose their candidate (the Undecided) at the time of the poll (January ending) were a whopping 38 per cent of the total voters’ sample. The poll findings confirm that President Muhammadu Buhari...