Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

An MOU is a written agreement between parties which states the conditions, roles and intentions of their contract. Click the download button below to find out more about MOUs and its FAQs

Shareholders, Share Capital & Share Allocation at Incorporation

A Shareholder is a member of a company who owns a portion of the company (also known as shares). Click the download button beow to find out more about Shareholders, Share Capital & Share Allocation

Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency (LASAA)

The Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency (LASAA) is an agency responsible for the regulation and control of outdoor advertising and signage displays in Lagos State. Its primary functions include issuing licenses and permits for outdoor structures and maintaining a database of these structures.

Pay As You Earn (PAYE)

Pay As You Earn (PAYE) is a form of tax an employer deducts from an employee’s wage or salary. It is also known as Personal Income Tax and is based on Section 81 of the Personal Income Tax Act (PITA).

LASAA Mobile Advert Rate Card for 2017 Road Show

LASSA mobile permit and branding

LASAA Mobile Advert Rate Card for 2017 Retail

LASAA mobile permit and branding

Lagos State Local Government Taxes & Levies

As a business owner doing business in Lagos, you may be required to pay some local government levies to the local government council or local council district authority in which your business is located.


A Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), also referred to as a Confidentiality Agreement is a legally enforceable agreement in which parties agree on the type of information, documents or details that are to be considered confidential and secret.


Board of Directors

A board of directors consists of individuals a company appoints to direct and manage its affairs. Every business must commence operations with at least two directors and they do not have to be shareholders if it’s a micro or small medium enterprise.

Functions of a Company Secretary

The primary responsibility of a company secretary is to ensure a business complies with corporate laws and informs its directors of their legal duties.

Steps to setting up a Legal Entity

Find out how you can register your business in Nigeria with these 5 easy steps.


Akin's interview with TVC's 'Your View, January 23rd.

The cheque presentation at Blue Roof by WebTv - January 26th

LTV segment on award of offer letters - December 30th 2016

Channels segment on cheque presentation.

Key Macro-Economic Highlights

Key Macro-Economic Highlights (February 2016)

The Nigerian Economy: Headline Inflation increased by 0.17% to 18.72% in January 2017 from the previous month. Though the magnitude and direction of the increase was contrary to expectations, a decomposition of the inflation numbers shows an imminent reversal in the inflation trend as core inflation is expected to fall from key sectors such as Food and Health.