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Lateef, M, Akinsulore A.  2021.  Covid-19: Implications for Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Africa, 2021/01/01. 12:139-160. Abstract

The paper examines the implications of COVID-19 for corporate governance and CSR, as well as the responses of corporations in Africa to deal with, support, and complement governments’ efforts in combating the pandemic’s menaces. It outlines some of the challenges and significant improvements that are necessary to shape the future of corporate laws and legal reforms in Africa. The paper concludes that sound corporate governance practice and corporate investment in CSR can help to shape the performance and resilience of corporations in Africa to adverse shocks such as the present COVID-19 pandemic.

Akinsulore, A.  2020.  Executiv Juris.pdf, 2020/05/06. Abstract
Akinsulore, A.  2019.  Insecurity in Nigeria and the Right to Bear Arms by Nigerian Citizens, 2019/03/16. Abstract

The spate of violence and criminality within the Nigerian state in recent times which has led to loss of lives of many Nigerians and the apparent inability of the Nigerian government to guarantee the safety of lives and property of its citizens informs the inquiry of this paper on the right of the Nigerian to bear arms so as to guarantee personal safety. The paper, in its analysis of the Nigerian Constitution, the Nigerian Firearms Act, case laws and jurisprudential discourse on the right to bear arms from other jurisdiction surmises that the right to defend one’s life and property from unlawful violence is a constitutionally guaranteed right in Nigeria