Stephannie holds a first class degree in Economics and Politics and a Masters in Emerging Economies and International Development from King’s College London. Passionate about poverty alleviation, female empowerment, governance and the economic prosperity of African nations.
DEVELOPMENT - 26 FEB 2020
This article explores the costs of the motorcycles and tricycles ban in Lagos
DEVELOPMENT - 23 OCT 2019
The lack of functional street lights across the country is enabling crime and stifling economic activity.
ECONOMY - 14 AUG 2019
Street vendors contribute significantly to the informal economy. But, their presence comes at a cost.
DEVELOPMENT - 01 JUL 2019
This article explores the consequences of ethnic diversity on Nigeria's development
ECONOMY - 23 APR 2019
This article explores how the presence of oil has propelled the problem of patriarchy in Nigeria
ECONOMY - 04 MAR 2019
This article explores how the Nigerian government has diverged oil savings to fund national elections
ECONOMY - 15 FEB 2019
Nigeria's current prison system is extremely dysfunctional and in a dire need of reform
ECONOMY - 12 DEC 2018
Skin-bleaching has become a way of life for many Nigerians, with huge health, social and economic costs.
ECONOMY - 01 NOV 2018
This article explores how population growth is perpetuating poverty in Nigeria and Africa as a whole
ECONOMY - 04 OCT 2018
This article explores the implications of policy inconsistency and discontinuity in Nigeria
ECONOMY - 03 SEP 2018
NYSC is a failed relic and Nigeria ought to free its youth from the burden of the scheme.
ECONOMY - 17 JUL 2018
We analyse the significant North-South poverty divide in Nigeria.