Amid the backdrop of rising uncertainty around the globe, Nigeria managed to pick up a 3.54 per cent growth in the second quarter (Q2) of the year. The Q2 performance is 43 basis points...
There is something about political orientation in Nigeria, which is also affected by the level of civilization. Inside that civilization are the levels of literacy and standard practice of the people’s norms and values.
Housing professionals have expressed optimism that the real estate sector could serve as a veritable tool for economic transformation if the enabling environment is created and synergies between the government and private sector...
Of the 28 assembly plants that began operations in 2014 out of the 54 companies licensed in Nigeria, only six are currently running, and at a very low capacity.
Prof. Chuwumerije Okereke, Director, Centre for Climate Change and Development at the Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ebonyi State, says climate change will cost Nigeria $460 billion
When Gen. Aguyi Ironsi took over power in 1966 in a military coup, I was one of those who led a rally to welcome the new government as a students’ union leader at the University of Ibadan.
It will take the Federal Government, at least, seven and half years to pay its existing N36.78 trillion debt – which is about 88 per cent of the N41.6 trillion national public debt stock – if it saves 100 per cent of its retained earnings..
Ministers and experts from across Africa have called for an urgent increase in financing to protect the world’s biodiversity.They also urged all nations to commit one per cent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and protect 30 per cent of the planet by 2030.
In the face of mounting apprehension among residents over the consequences of flooding in several cities, especially Lagos, town planners, architects and state officials have weighed in to examine the effect on properties...
Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) has called on entrepreneurs and investors to engage more in construction materials to check capital flight and improve the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).
An industrialist Alh. Tajudeen Dantata has advocated inclusive financing support for Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (MSMEs) in Nigeria to sustain the nation's Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
With the high level of unemployment and underemployment, prolonged strikes by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and its polytechnic counterpart, Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics