South Africa should prepare for the worst case scenario: Seeking help from the IMF
Prudence teaches that societies experiencing difficult and uncertain times should hope for the best but prepare for the worst.
IMF raises fresh concerns over Nigeria’s public debts, others’
From the International Monetary Fund (IMF) yesterday again came a warning on Nigeria and two other African Nations' rising public debt stock, projecting that a whopping 60 per cent of these Countries' revenue may be used up for debt service with only a paltry.....
Buhari to present 2018 budget next week Tuesday
President Muhammadu Buhari will next week Tuesday present the 2018 budget proposal to a joint session of the National Assembly.
N798b VAT revenue unsettles 2018 budget projections
The nation’s 2017 budget estimates may be faltering further with a N797.51 billion collection from Value Added Tax (VAT) in 10 months against the projected N1.73 trillion by the end of the year.
Emefiele woos global investor-community in London
Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele, at the weekend in London, urged global investors to come back to Nigeria, declaring that the country is ready for business.
Rethinking decentralisation and grassroots development in Nigeria
There is one fundamental truism that has now been fortunately forced into the development discourse across the globe. This truism is that development is all about the people.
LCCI charges governmentt on gender gaps closure, women empowerment
Nike Akande also hinged her position on the fact that the World Bank Group has created the Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative, which is expected to leverage more than US$1 billion to help unlock the potential of women entrepreneurs.
ITUC charges IFIs to support social protection expansion for workers
The International Confederation of Trade Unions (ITUC) has urged International Financial Institutions (IFIs) to help boost workers’ incomes around the world by supporting a strengthening of weakened...