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For the nation’s economy to grow steadily at sixteen per cent per annum over the next six years to attain $1 trillion economy by 2030, there is need for government to unlock the huge potentials of long term financing inherent in the capital market, as well as ensure that borrowings are tied to infrastructure bonds.…
Prof. Doyin Salami, former Chief Economic Adviser to the immediate past president of the country, Muhammadu Buhari, has blamed the nation’s backwardness on its handlers, saying there were no deliberate efforts about its progress. Salami, who was the guest speaker at the 2023 Sobo Sowemimo Annual Lecture with the theme, ‘Imperatives of Nigeria’s Regeneration’, held at the…
Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of the Treasury, Wally Adeyemo, yesterday, blamed instability of the naira, corruption, and lack of integrity for Nigeria’s financial woes, even as he proffered solutions. Adeyemo spoke, when he visited the Lagos Business School, calling among others, for unification of the country’s foreign exchange, with a view to attracting foreign investment.…
I wish to congratulate you (former) Mr President for your stewardship of Nigeria for the past eight years. Thank you very much for all your strong support for me, as President of the African Development Bank Group.
Findings have shown that contrary to promises by President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress (APC), on assumption of office in 2015 and 2019, to revamp the economy, tackle corruption, among others, not much have been achieved, few days to the end of their eight years in office.
As cash crunch bites harder, leaving many households in dire situations, Agusto & Co has warned that continued deterioration of economic conditions and living standards remain largest underlying threat to Nigeria’s overall stability, even though it believes things are likely to get better.