Oluseun Onigbinde, a graduate of engineering from the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria, co-founded Nigeria’s civic tech organization BudgIT in 2011. After his graduation from the university, he worked in Nigeria’s financial sector with jobs with First Bank Nigeria Plc and Access Bank Plc. Oluseun has worked on several projects funded by the MacArthur Foundation, DFID, Open Society Foundations, Oxfam and Omidyar Network. He is a recipient of the Ashoka Fellowship, Future Africa Awards, Quartz Africa 30 Innovators Award, Aspen New Voices Fellowship and also sits on the ONE Africa Policy Advisory Board.
To preserve the dignity of democracy, as well as the associated freedom of thought and socio-economic development it guarantees citizens, access to information is critical. Economists argue that information asymmetry is a key feature of market failure; a scenario where...Read More...
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Director, Centre for African Entrepreneurship and Leadership (CAEL) at University of Wolverhampton, UK
Professor of International Business at Offenburg University
Former President of the United Republic of Tanzania
Director of International Records Management Trust