In a year likely to be dominated by electioneering, as the country gears up to the 2019 polls, the Nigerian economy is nonetheless expected to …
Nigeria has followed several other countries in Africa in turning to sovereign sukuk to raise N100bn ($277m) for essential national projects.
A carcinogen present in food causes death and handicapping across Africa. A solution to this deadly problem may be provided by an unlikely source.
The Nigerian education system produces large numbers of people who are unemployable. Citizens must hold the government to account.
In a year likely to be dominated by the 2019 elections, the Nigerian economy should see growth of 2–5%.
As 2017 draws to a close, the economic situation of most African countries is improving, but for some, the debt burden looks increasingly unsustainable.
Predictions of a commodity price rebound in 2017 have fallen short of the mark.
New talent is desperately needed to run Africa’s businesses, but many women and young people find themselves shut out of leadership roles. What can be done to unblock the talent pipeline?
It’s been through some hard times, but things may be looking up for Nigeria’s stock market. The CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange explains the reasons why.
Nigeria’s economy is projected to grow to over US$650bn by 2022, but is it a good time for investors to put money into the country?