Nigeria budgets for inefficient monopolies - Wale Oluwo
Olawale Oluwo is a former Lagos State Commissioner for Energy and Mineral Resources who resigned his appointment at the tail end of the Lagos State Governor, Akinwumi Ambode tenure. Oluwo, who was the speaker at the Afang Summit held recently in Lagos, a monthly gathering of men and women from all sectors of the economy…
Nigeria's economic growth slows down in second quarter
Nigeria's economy grew year-on-year in the second quarter of 2019 by 1.94%, riding on the back of stable oil prices to push the half-year (H1) growth to 2.02%, Nigeria's bureau of statistics said on Tuesday. However, when compared to 2.10% recorded in the first quarter of 2019, the Q2 real growth rate indicates a decline of…
Nigeria’s economy still weak, IMF insists
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said although Nigeria is said to have exited recession, the economy still remains largely vulnerable.
Why economy is working under Buhari - Osinbajo
Yemi Osinbajo stated this yesterday at the Financial Times Africa Summit holding at the Claridge’s Mayfair Hotel in London, said that the government in the past months had been working assiduously to improve macro-economic conditions.
Nigeria at an economic crossroads
Mr. President, if I were you, I’ll be on national television engaging in question and answer sessions as often as possible, explaining the present economic problem and possible solutions in very simple and clear terms to the Nigerian people.