In a year likely to be dominated by the 2019 elections, the Nigerian economy should see growth of 2–5%.
Nigeria’s banks have avoided crisis in the aftermath of the 2014 oil price crash, but the central bank is keeping a close watch on them.
Nigeria has come out of recession, but the volatility of the oil revenues on which the country is still so dependent are a cause of uncertainty.
With over $6bn injected into key segments of Nigeria’s foreign exchange market in six months, the economy is regaining its high dollar-liquidity status.
In an increasingly cashless society, Nigeria’s traditional banking sector is coming under challenge.
Businesses across Africa are struggling to protect themselves against programs that hold their computer systems hostage.
Etisalat could withdraw from Nigeria following $1.2bn debt default.