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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, CFR, Vice Chairman Nigerian National Conference.

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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Nuclear Power: Kutigi urges delegates to be diplomatic PDF Print E-mail
Written by Oludare Akinbo   
Thursday, 19 June 2014 12:40

Cameroun, Niger, Chad alarmed

 

CHAIRMAN of the National Conference, Justice Idris Kutigi, has warned delegates to be careful in their choice of words during presentations.

According to the leadership of the Conference, it has become imperative to counsel delegates against the backdrop that submissions by a delegate a fortnight ago on the siting of nuclear power plants had already alarmed neigbhouring Cameroun, Chad and Niger Republic.

Kutigi, who was represented by his deputy, Prof. Bolaji Akinyemi, said during the consideration of the Energy Committee’s report: “Please, we are being covered live.
Let us be diplomatic in some of the things we say. One of our delegates made a comment on the floor about two weeks ago that seems to have generated some waves.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 July 2014 22:23
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As confab ends: How Kutigi, Akinyemi handled the North/South divide PDF Print E-mail
Written by Oludare Akinbo   
Sunday, 13 July 2014 07:55

The National Conference, an assemblage of 492 Nigerians, after three months of its original time   frame with additional one month, would round off in four days time having completed the main assignment of plenary, committee work and voting on the recommendations of the committees.

Professor Bolaji Akinyemi and Justice Idris Kutigi

Professor Bolaji Akinyemi and Justice Idris Kutigi

President Goodluck Jonathan, as part of the moves to expand the space for political and social discourse; determine the future of Nigeria and create a new political direction for Nigeria, on 17 March, 2014 inaugurated the National Conference.

Besides the 492 delegates, there are six principal officers namely: Conference Chairman, Justice Idris Kutigi; his deputy, Prof. Bolaji Akinyemi; Secretary, Mrs. Valerie Azinge; Assistant Secretary, Conference Proceedings, Dr. Akilu   Indabawa; Assistant Secretary, Finance and Administration, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu; and  Assistant Secretary, Media and Communications, Akpandem James.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 July 2014 08:50
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Confab: Knotty national question back to sender! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Oludare Akinbo   
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 07:45

Jonathan and the Technical Committee controversy

confab-new1111-300x224They came, they debated, they disagreed. This was the situation at the 2014 National Conference which had 492 delegates in attendance. The intrigues and hiccups arguably made the conference seemingly deadlocked.

The conference has been adjudged the best in the political history of Nigeria, given the rich assemblage of the delegates. But virulently divided along ethnic lines of North and South with some vestiges of religiosity at play, they failed on where it mattered most.

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