01 Jun 2017
Midway into Muhammadu Buhari’s tenure as Nigeria’s President (he was elected in May 2015), his austere, corruption-busting image persists—to some degree. That image was key to his victory (also remarkable for being the first time an incumbent president lost to an opposition candidate in a general election). Now, halfway through Buhari’s term, what progress has been made in fighting corruption and other economic crimes? And how have Nigerian and international businesses benefited?
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