‘Nigeria’s post-recession growth pattern is still skewed’
Nigeria’s post-recession growth pattern is said to be skewed towards a few sectors, showing the limited capacity of the economy to create jobs and reduce poverty, latest report by the Nigerian Economic Summit Group....
PAC Capital, NESG partner on green finance
The Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG), PAC Capital Limited and other stakeholders have partnered on measures to address challenges impeding proliferation of green investments from the private sector, the design, implementation and supervision of green bond issuance.
Nigeria, Morocco boost strategic dialogues with new initiative
The Nigeria Economic Summit Group (NESG), the Africa Economic Development Policy Initiative (AEDPI), and OCP Policy Centre of Morocco, have partnered to launch the maiden edition of the “Morocco-Nigeria Strategic Dialogues, which focuses on enhancing opportunities for growth and development. The partnership would bridge the gap; serve as a catalyst for debate, initiate ideas related…
PIND tells success stories to stakeholders at NESG
Foundation for Partnership Initiative in Niger Delta (PIND) yesterday shared its success stories of various interventions in the region at the Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) 24 in Abuja.
Anya, Okon differ on workability of western democracy in Nigeria
Former chairman of the Nigeria Economic Summit Group (NESG), Professor Anya O. Anya and Nigeria’s former Ambassador the Equatorial Guinea, Dr. Gregory Okon, yesterday disagreed on the workability of western democracy in Nigeria.
NESG urges review of sold power assets, electricity tariff
The Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) has recommended a review of the privatisation of the power sector.Minister of State for Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed, disclosed this at the end of summit yesterday that the Federal Government would raise a committee to implement the recommendations.
Before states take over federal roads
Against the backdrop of the deplorable condition of roads infrastructure across the country, the request by the 36 state governors to President Muhammadu Buhari to hand over federal roads in their states to them for reconstruction......
FirstBank parleys NESG on economic summit
As part of the continued commitment to drive thought leadership, policy influencing initiatives and sustainable national economic development, First Bank of Nigeria Limited has partnered the Nigerian Economic Summit Group to host the 23rd Nigerian Economic Summit (NES#23).
Experts fret as N398.1trn infrastructure shortfall threatens development
Experts have said that unless the Federal Government immediately reviewed and redefined the laws guiding Public Private Partnership (PPP) operations in Nigeria...
Nigeria will come out of recession by Q2, says NESG
In view of the series of economic interventions by the Federal Government, the Nigeria Economic Summit Group (NESG), projects that the country would exit from current recession in this second quarter.