With a large population and a rewarding economy, there has never been a limit to the opportunities available to local companies and multinational corporations in Nigeria. However, 56 years after gaining independence, Nigeria is still largely considered a developing nation with below par living conditions, environment, amenities and services. Corporations have established themselves and have sucked from the rich nectar of Nigeria’s economic fruits without planting seeds on its land in show of appreciation. This paper seeks to discuss how corporations could play a significant role in developing the Nation and the adoption of international legal frameworks to enforce active participation in this role.
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