Buhari meets economic council, laments lack of synergy in MDAs
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday frowned at lack of synergy in Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) of government in the report submitted by the Prof. Dayo Salami-led Economic Advisory Council.
Buhari inaugurates economic team, urges reliable data
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday inaugurated members of the newly constituted Presidential Economic Advisory Council (PEAC) with a charge for reliable data that truly reflect the happenings in the country.
ONICCIMA tasks FG on development-driven policies
The Onitsha Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (ONICCIMA) has urged the Federal Government to introduce robust economic policies that will promote consumption and increase disposable personal income of the citizenry rather than increasing taxes.
Osinbajo and signs of end to honeymoon in Aso Rock
Early in the week, President Muhammadu Buhari announced a crack team of economists, led by Prof. Doyin Salami, as members of his Economic Advisory Council (EAC). The team replaces the Economic Management Team (EMT) headed by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.
NESG seeks sustainable economic agenda through tax
Seeking to close the knowledge gaps in fiscal policy, and create a sustainable framework to actualise Federal Government’s inclusive economic agenda, the Nigeria Economic Summit Group (NESG), has launched its Citizen Perception Report, “Better Tax”. NESG said Better Tax, the first of several research pieces to be published in support of tax reforms, is…
‘Manufacturing sector’s growth unable to create needed jobs’
Concerned stakeholders in the manufacturing industry have lamented that the sector is not growing fast enough to meet the nation’s four million jobs yearly aspirations.
Experts chart path to growth
Senior Lecturer with the Lagos Business School, Dr Doyin Salami, noted that the Federal Government needed to partner with the private sector for private capital for economic recovery and sustainable growth.
Nigeria needs N31 trillion yearly for infrastructure
A member of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Dr. Doyin Salami, says Nigeria needs N31 trillion yearly for infrastructure spending as against less than N5 trillion being spent by the three tiers of government.