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“Key Drivers of Change Series (1): Land Reform” – thisdaylive

15 January 2017

“…transformation of the development profile in Nigeria is often hinged around a paradigm shift in productivity. I have equally written a lot on the imperative of recalibrating Nigeria’s productivity paradigm through the reform of the public service institution. Productivity, for instance, is often stalled when government invest enormous cost on administrative activities without requisite returns in terms of productivity. And labour, for instance, automatically becomes the focus of such increased productivity…” – thisdaylive

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