Crypto Assets, the SEC and Tax – On ‘Work it Out’ – with Vivian

Here is my take on the new SEC’s classification of Crypto Assets as ‘Securities’. Cryptocurrency/ Crypto Assets are now considered as ‘Securities’ in Nigeria, to be regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), unless, according to the SEC, this is proven otherwise by the issuer. I recall that recently our firm (Vi-M Professional Solutions)

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‘Work it Out’ – with Vivian: The Governor

One aspect of my life which I constantly watch and ‘manage’, is the way I perceive things or reason them. Many people seem to think it is ‘wacky’, ‘off’, ‘different’ from how other ‘normal’ people think.  While this attribute is a special gift, enabling me foresight, deeper thinking and innovation ahead of many, it has

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‘Work it Out’- with Vivian: The Equalizer

When I talk about ‘the Equalizer’, I do not mean the 2014 American vigilante action thriller film directed by Antoine Fuqua, featuring Denzel Washington as the hero of the movie. Neither am I talking about the movie’s sequel in 2018. The movie may project a somewhat related plot to my post of today though, as it presents a story of a

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‘Work it Out’ – with Vivian: Isaiah 58

I am not going to talk about anything else today apart from the gruesome reality in which I have now found myself, by offering our crowdfunding platform – www.fundanenterprise.org to support persons distressed by the Covid-19 challenges. On 1 April 2020, our Foundation created this support page – https://fundanenterprise.org/covid-19-support-page/. We asked persons who are financially distressed as a

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‘Work it Out’- with Vivian: Emotional Intelligence- an essential leadership tool

According to the findings in neuroscience, decision making is not based on logic, facts and figures but on emotions. Some years back, neuroscientist Antonio Damasio studied people with damage in the part of the brain where emotions are generated, he found that they seemed normal, except that they were not able to feel emotions. He

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‘Work it Out’- with Vivian: “I am NOT Generation Equality”

I am generation equality: realizing women’s rights – This was the theme of the International Women’s Day (IWD), 8 March 2020. What are these rights? The United Nations women explain, “The emerging global consensus is that despite some progress, real change has been agonizingly slow for the majority of women and girls in the world.

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‘Work it Out’- with Vivian: Tribute to my English Teacher

If you think I write well, late Dr. Ife Ogbonna (AKA Ala Bingo) of the University of Nigeria Secondary School Enugu, Nigeria, was responsible for it. He passed two weekends ago in Enugu. He and our English literature teacher made the English Language and creative writing feel like the highest art to learn. They were

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