Leadership Change is not a System Change – LBS EBS April 2015


Friday, April 10, 2015 7.37 AM / FDC

The March 28 presidential elections were peaceful and widely acceptable to the Nigerian masses. Heralded as mainly free, fair and credible, it now has thrown up the challenges that come with a leadership change that must be followed by an economic system change.

Therein lies the problem that confronts an APC machine that will need to manage a crisis of great expectations at a time of lean resources. At this session of the LBS breakfast club, the highlights of a new macroeconomic agenda for the APC administration, and its possible implications are discussed by Bismarck Rewane and the FDC team.

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