National Bureau of Statistics
With the steady rise in the price of cooking gas and kerosene, which has escalated the cost of making a meal in Nigeria in recent times, the multidimensional challenges facing average Nigerians under the outgoing administration have worsened.
In a few days, President Muhammadu Buhari, who is eager to retire peacefully, will leave Nigerians and Nigeria in fragile pieces, as well as an economy that is struggling to survive.
As Nigerians await the release of labour market data by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) in May, experts have predicted that the unemployment figures are expected to worsen, following the protracted poor performance of the economy in the past few years.
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) says the average price of 5kg of cooking gas increased from N4,600.57 recorded in February to N4,610.48 in March.
Nigeria’s inflation shows signs of sharp divergence from the global trend, especially in the West, recent data by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) have suggested.
These are not best of times for renters, as the number of available properties continue to drop by the day and rent surges owing to inflation in the real estate sector.
1 Dec 2022
In its first official response since the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) disclosed two weeks ago that 133 million Nigerians, representing 63 per cent of the population are currently living in multi-dimensional poverty, the Federal Government
21 Oct 2022
In recognition of his efforts to enhance rapid industrialisation, enhance the ease of doing business and make the state Nigeria’s top investment destination, the Ogun State Governor
13 Oct 2022
Banks may have continued to offload excess payrolls notwithstanding the gradual recovery of the economy after the devastating impacts of COVID-19.
10 Oct 2022
The Statistician-General of the Federation, Adeyemi Adeniran, yesterday, disclosed that the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), had commenced a programme for the re-evaluation of outcomes
4 Sep 2022
According to the report, this shows a growth rate of 1.96 per cent on a quarter-on-quarter basis from N588.59 billion in Q1 2022.
31 Aug 2022
Though the manufacturing sector recorded real GDP growth of three per cent in the second quarter of 2022, according to the latest National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) data, operators