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Why Do Most Nigerian 'BIG' Business Men Employ Indians To Run Their Business? by BrandKing: 5:21pm On Nov 13, 2013
Over the years i have observed with keen interest at the rate in which "BIG" Nigerian Business Owners (especially those in the manufacturing, pharmaceutical, aviation, hospitality, oil and gas and logistics) employ the services of Indians to oversee "critical" managerial positions.

While some have argued it is because most of these Indian employees are very dedicated to their jobs and carry out their duties diligently, others have argued that it is because they are far less corrupt than their Nigerian counterparts who if employed to do same job will only aim at looting the company treasure as well and steal the idea and clients of their employees.

From the like of Aliko Dangote, Femi Otedola, Wale Adenuga, Rasaq Okoya and so many other super rich Nigerian business men, its a norm to discover that they usually have expatriates (especially Indians) manning the sensitive managerial positions like Head of Operations, Human Resources, Finance and others.

Fellow Nigerians do you also agree that these expatriates are more dedicated, honest and less corrupt unlike their Nigerian counterparts or you feel it is just a way of boosting the image of the organization?

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