18 Oct 2021
The Federal Government has directed Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDA) to give priority to indigenous professionals for planning, design and execution of national projects, admonishing that foreign professionals...
24 Aug 2021
Experts have underscored the need for the government to work out modalities on how to accelerate investment in infrastructure through bonds and other activities that would stimulate long-term fundraising from the capital market.
18 Jul 2021
Things are becoming too difficult and more tasking the way Nigerian economy is being managed. It appears we are out of realities and modern ways of managing the enormous resources God has put into our care.
17 Jul 2021
According to a 2019 report by the National Bureau of Statistics, 73.2 million adults representing 41.6 per cent of the adult population in Nigeria are financially excluded.
30 May 2021
The Nigerian Economy and the Debt Burden: We commend the efforts of Federal Government and the Central Bank of Nigeria in stabilising our economy.
21 May 2021
The number of small businesses keeps growing in the formal and informal sectors of the Nigerian economy, due to the role of small businesses as the live-wire of any economy and the backbone of major developed economies the world over.
26 Jan 2021
The Federal Executive Council further approved Nigeria’s membership of AfCFTA on the 11th of November 2020, which took effect from 1st of January 2021.
25 Jan 2021
Before I delve further into the details of our ongoing efforts in the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investments in the delivery of our mandate, I would like to revisit some fundamental challenges...
21 Aug 2020
The Federal Government has taken a bold step to protest indiscriminate charges by multinational shipping firms, who have continued to slam huge surcharges on Nigerian-bound cargoes.
16 Jul 2020
The oil industry is the benchmark by which the Nigerian economy rises or falls. But the cliché of this predicament is that it has been a wasting asset.
14 May 2020
The first two articles in this series emphasised the need for a shift in our mindsets by valuing the Nigerian life and the criticality of knowledge and human capital post-COVID-19.