By Sunny Chuba Nwachukwu   Nigeria’s oil industry has suffered a lot of setbacks. As an oil rich economy, the country is still

By Sunny Chuba Nwachukwu   Deregulation is a policy tool created to stimulate investment in the oil and gas sector. It is thought

By Sunny Chuba Nwachukwu   Oil producing countries in different parts of the globe are known to be better positioned to doing

By Sunny Chuba Nwachukwu   In physics, Newton’s law states that, “action and reaction are equal and opposite”. Likewise in

By Sunny Chuba Nwachukwu   Business will be meaningless if the aim of setting it up (which is primarily, to make ‘profit’) is not

By Sunny Chuba Nwachukwu   After a detailed analysis of the piece on printing money by Nick Agule the general public should be

By Sunny Chuba Nwachukwu   The act of vandalism and oil theft in the Nigeria’s oil industry, by faceless individuals/locals over

By Sunny Chuba Nwachukwu   Nigeria’s economy aggressively craves to be run like a BUSINESS CONCERN/VENTURE in the downstream of

By Sunny Chuba Nwachukwu   The national oil company, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), from the recent

By Sunny Chuba Nwachukwu   Corrupt practice and its various colourations significantly blindfolded policy formulators and opinion