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Welcome to Bolaji Akinyemi & Associates!

akinyemi70001Bolaji Akinyemi & Associates is a Consulting Firm led by a former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Professor of Political Science, Professor Bolaji Akinyemi.

The Consultancy firm was established to serve two key purposes or objectives:

Be  an advisory and risk analysis agent for potential Foreign Direct Investors (FDI's) in    the Nigerian economy, including those looking for local partners and

To act as a Consulting firm to produce business plans and other set up documents and guides the FDI's in their set up plans.

Given the fragile yet emerging economic status of the country, any prospective investor needs to be well guided by those who know the government and who can predict with almost 100% accuracy the policy drift or direction; persons who know the environment and all the socio-economic indices associated with the environment; persons who are in touch with the people and can reach both the local and state authorities; individuals who have built an impeccable reputation for themselves in a very trying environment.

This is what we offer every interested investor that is willing to use our services. Please visit our consultancy service page for more details.

NIGERIAN, AFRICAN AND BLACK HISTORICAL SERIES: A nation without written history is a nation that has never existed. A man without written history is like a man that has not  existed. Up till now, Africa and African historical leaders still suffer non appreciation due to lack of historical records.

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Nigerian System Encourages Corruption PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 14 June 2013 17:24

National Mirror. By HAKEEM  GBADAMOSI Feb 14th 2013

Nigeria’s system encourages corruption –Bolaji Akinyemi

Former minister of External Affairs, Prof. Bolaji Akinyemi, has described corruption as a hindrance to Nigeria’s development, saying the nation’s system encourages corruption.

Akinyemi stated this in Akure, Ondo State capital, during the inaugural lecture entitled ‘Leadership, democracy and development; a paradigm relationship’, organised to usher Governor Olusegun Mimiko for his second term in Office.

Last Updated on Saturday, 15 June 2013 05:28
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Prof. Bolaji Akinyemi - Being a billionaire in Nigeria today without corruption is impossible PDF Print E-mail
News Online 23/02/2013 21:00:00 
Prof. Bolaji Akinyemi - Being a billionaire in Nigeria today without corruption is impossible

A former Minister of External Affairs, Prof. Bolaji Akinyemi, on Saturday said it was not possible for any Nigerian to be a billionaire without being corrupt.

Akinyemi stated this in Akure, the Ondo State capital while delivering the second term inauguration lecture of Governor Olusegun Mimiko.

The professor of International Relations and Diplomacy spoke on the topic, ‘Leadership, Democracy, and Development.’

He said at the event chaired by  a former Nigerian High Commissioner to United Kingdom, Dr. Christopher Kolade, that “being a billionaire in Nigeria today without corruption is impossible.”

Akinyemi said, “No one can be a billionaire in Nigeria today without being corrupt. If you are a businessman, you would have evaded tax or other levies like import duties with the active connivance of those in charge.

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Nigeria Lost N75trillion To Corruption Since 1960 – Professor Akinyemi PDF Print E-mail
Written by Oludare Akinbo   
Saturday, 15 June 2013 05:21

Posted by: Channels Television Posted date: March 15, 2013 In: Headlines | comment : http://www.channelstv.com/home/?p=55277

About $500 billion had been lost to corruption in the country from 1960 till date. This was the submission of former Minister of External Affairs, Professor Bolaji Akinyemi during the one day Minna National Discourse on corruption.

Professor-Bolaji-Akinyemi-300x173According to the former envoy, the raising insecurity in some parts of the north, the militancy in the south- south and the kidnapping for ransom in the south-east are all the consequences of the high level of corruption that has rocked the nation for many years.

The Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mallam Sanusi Lamido, who chaired the event, told the gathering that contrary to the wide held belief, corruption is not the greatest problem confronting the country but the lack of general framework for accountability in all sphere of our national life.

Also speaking at the event the Minister and deputy chairman National Planning Commission, Shamsudeen Usman noted that until the issue of corruption is tackled headlong the nation’s Vision 202020 would just be a mirage.

Last Updated on Saturday, 15 June 2013 05:27
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Turaki Heads Dialogue C’ttee With Boko Haram PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 15 June 2013 05:34

By: Bolaji AKinyemi  on April 19, 2013 - 10:41am On LEADERSHIP .NG  online. (http://leadership.ng/person/bolaji-akinyemi)

Despite outright rejection by the Boko Haram sect of the amnesty proposed for it by the federal government, President Goodluck Jonathan has proceeded to set up a presidential committee to constructively engage key leaders of the group in a dialogue.

The president has also set up a federal government committee on the proliferation of small arms and light weapons.

The minister of special duties, Mr Kabiru Tanimu Turaki (SAN), is the chairman of the Committee on Dialogue and Peaceful Resolution of Security Challenges in the North, while Ambassador Emmanuel Imohe is the chairman of the Committee on Small Arms and Light Weapons.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 October 2013 14:42
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Have clean hands, mouth, conscience before preaching to others – Akinyemi tells Obasanjo PDF Print E-mail

August 14, 2013. Source:African Spotlight (www.africanspotlight.com/tag/professor-bolaji-akinyemi/‎) 

(Video on http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&;v=mj3EouGugoc )

On Tuesday, Obasanjo said if Nigerians are yet to commend a leader after 53 years of independence, “Then we are jinxed and cursed; we should all go to hell.”

Obasanjo also condemned the younger generation of leaders in the country, saying they lack integrity and probity and have failed their people woefully.

Reacting to the comments, Akinyemi said; “Have the old leaders done better? All leaders are to be condemned in Nigeria. I am not going to categorize along generational parameters to define behaviour. All leaders have fallen short of expectations. Problems are not created over night. All these problems have always been ignored by leaders in office. If leaders have done what hey should have done when they were in office we would not be where we are today. People who preach to others should have clean hands and a clean conscience and a clean mouth. If you’re going to preach to others, make sure you are preaching from a position that gives credibility.”

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 October 2013 14:05
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