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I can give you numbers to businesses that are literally printing money in Lagos, if you're finding it difficult change your business, some sectors aren't just viable.

yes a lot of businesses are printing money in lagos, but i think we can do better if the government will create a conducive atmosphere for businesses to thrive

Unemployment is still high in the City and country as a whole. Buisinesses have an economic, political and social role to play ion the country
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Lagos is aggressive to investors and businessmen, unfortunately Ogun State is following Lagos foot steps. That is why I am very much in support of the creation of viable economic activities and opportunities all over the country.

Our banks are national banks, but close to 90% of businesses they finance are in Lagos and its environs. How can we create economic opportunities with the type of skewness we have as in access to capital and finance.
the telcos should embrace co-location to not only reduce this arbitrary location of facilities, but also to transfer side attractions such as this to the infrastructure owner, all Lagos want is money which is very a bad way to treat investors. Ogun is following this same way because Lagos and Ogun have one government with head quater at Bourdillion
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Old 20th November 2012, 09:55 PM
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the telcos should embrace co-location to not only reduce this arbitrary location of facilities, but also to transfer side attractions such as this to the infrastructure owner, all Lagos want is money which is very a bad way to treat investors. Ogun is following this same way because Lagos and Ogun have one government with head quater at Bourdillion
The government need to stop depending on federal allocation. To do that expect increase in taxation. Lagos has tried to create an investor friendly environment. They have done a lot with regards to security even though that is FGs responsibility. They are also working on infrastructures.

We need to come to terms with the reality that good things require money and we all will have to provide the money.
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Old 21st November 2012, 02:11 AM
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The government need to stop depending on federal allocation. To do that expect increase in taxation. Lagos has tried to create an investor friendly environment. They have done a lot with regards to security even though that is FGs responsibility. They are also working on infrastructures.

We need to come to terms with the reality that good things require money and we all will have to provide the money.
i agree with you but also want to let you know that Osun and Ekiti state elections are around the corner and we must retain our state. Anyway, like i said ealier, the telco, should embrace co-location, it has unlimited benefits especially in a place like 9ja where power is a big issue
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Why increase in taxation! Where is the tax money going to come from. They had better start with budget deficits first.
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How many Nigerians pay tax? Apart from those in the PAYE scheme who else pays income tax? We don't pay tax, yet we want free everything, subsidized oil and improved infrastructures. It is not going to happen.

For our population, we are a very poor country considering how "little" we make from oil! The earlier we face reality the better!
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For our population, we are a very poor country considering how "little" we make from oil! The earlier we face reality the better!
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[QUOTE=wanaj0;146932]How many Nigerians pay tax? Apart from those in the PAYE scheme who else pays income tax? We don't pay tax, yet we want free everything, subsidized oil and improved infrastructures. It is not going to happen.

For our population, we are a very poor country considering how "little" we make from oil! The earlier we face reality the better![/QUOTE

We make very little from Oil, yet there is no accountability for the little we make. We need to have institutions that can curb the menace of corruption to the barest minimum. We need to diversify our economy, our value system and attitude to work has to change.
Programmes that will catalyse economic activities and opportunities all over the country should be initiated by all stakeholders. Government have no business running businesses, this should be left to the private sector.

Government should not spent tax payers money repairing the refineries or establishing another national airline, I see these as white elephant projects.
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Well, many of our Twitter activists are brainwashed and made to believe that once you root out corruption today, Nigeria is going to be richer than America tomorrow. Meanwhile, if you combine the wealth of all the oil thieves in Nigeria it is not as much as that of Dangote alone. And Dangote is like 97th richest man in the world...
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Well, many of our Twitter activists are brainwashed and made to believe that once you root out corruption today, Nigeria is going to be richer than America tomorrow. Meanwhile, if you combine the wealth of all the oil thieves in Nigeria it is not as much as that of Dangote alone. And Dangote is like 97th richest man in the world...

Eradicating corruption is the starting point, that alone can not solve our problems.

There is correlation between zero tolerance for corruption and economic development in a society.
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Well, many of our Twitter activists are brainwashed and made to believe that once you root out corruption today, Nigeria is going to be richer than America tomorrow. Meanwhile, if you combine the wealth of all the oil thieves in Nigeria it is not as much as that of Dangote alone. And Dangote is like 97th richest man in the world...
and may b u wil add this too dat if we decide to share our buldgeted money 4 dis year, individual wil get an amount less dan 30k for the whole year. So much money!!!
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