At first, it seemed like ‘their’ problem. However, the last few years have shown that ‘their’ problem has become everybody’s. With a nation constantly facing onslaughts from terrorists and a Commander-in-Chief with knack for expressing condolences and ‘shock’, the Nigerian economy is taking a serious beating on all sides with dire consequences for the future.
The mineral and mining sector is still largely underdeveloped amid its huge growth potential, Director-General of National Metallurgical Development Centre (NMDC), Prof. Linus Asuquo, has noted.
Somehow, the Nigerian economy has tottered and wobbled through the first half of year 2022 (January to June), with practically all the indicators exhibiting worrisome trends.
From all indications, the closer we get to the dates of the 2023 general elections in Nigeria, the clearer it becomes that the economy has become an abandoned property, getting only leap service even from its supposed managers.
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In the year 2021, the Nigerian economy recorded the highest growth of its GDP since 2014, beating the expectations of economists and the projections of the International Monetary Fund
The country has benefited from companies like Andela which brought world-class training and job opportunities to budding Nigerian programmers.
The possible outlook of the Nigerian economy in 2022 has elicited comments from various stakeholders over the past few weeks.
22 Dec 2021
The Chief Executive Officer, Centre for the Promotion of Private Enterprises, Muda Yusuf, has highlighted steps for economic managers to follow to mitigate the current crisis the impact of foreign exchange is having on real sector operators.
22 Dec 2021
Without a doubt, the Nigerian economy has been in dire straits for a while, even before the onset of the coronavirus pandemic (by March 2021) that is yet ravaging the globe.
15 Dec 2021
Is there any reason to believe that all is well with Nigeria and Nigerians today, steeped in the conundrum of intense insecurity in all its variants, corruption, decrepit healthcare and educational system, youth...
13 Dec 2021
The unveiling of the N348.7 trillion National Development Plan (NDP) for the 2021-2025 period, by the Federal Government has raised mixed reactions among various stakeholders including scholars, the media and some members of the private sector.