In a year likely to be dominated by the 2019 elections, the Nigerian economy should see growth of 2–5%.
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.
In the absence of decisive leadership, Nigeria’s economic and security problems are being left to fester.
Nigeria’s biggest company is taking an interest in agribusiness. This is good news for the sector.
Nigeria’s vice-president is receiving praise for his economic management during President Buhari’s medical absence, but what lies ahead?
Nigeria will construct a new $11bn coastal railway connecting Lagos in the south-west of the country to Calabar in the south-east.
Nigeria faces many challenges, and President Buhari’s administration is running out of time.
Some African leaders have called for US President-elect Donald Trump to be given the benefit of the doubt when it comes to his trade policy.
A ceasefire with Niger Delta rebels could help to end the attacks on oil installations that are devastating the Nigerian economy.
A year after his stunning election victory, Muhammadu Buhari is struggling amid an oil shock and unconventional policy choices.