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Nigeria Elections in Focus

This month, on the 14th (now postponed to 28th March), Nigeria, Africa’s biggest economy and most populous country, goes to the polls to elect a new President.…

Nigeria: Belt-tightening time again

The current slump in the price of oil in the global market has forced the Nigerian government to announce austerity measures aimed at cushioning its impact on the economy.…

How Nigeria beat Ebola

Nigeria has shown that with knowledge, rapid and coordinated interventions and painstaking follow-up, the deadly Ebola virus can not only be stopped in its tracks, it can be vanquished.

Profile: Aig-Imoukhuede

Before his current position as president of the NSE, Aig-Imoukhuede was considered one of the strongest candidates to succeed Lamido Sanusi, the immediate past governor of Nigeria’s Central bank and now Emir of Kano.

Aig steps into the breach

There have been some interesting movements at the top level of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).

Nigeria: Return of the banking czars

Two of Nigeria’s legendary bankers, Jim Ovia, founder of Zenith Bank Plc, and Tony Elumelu, the former chief executive of the United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, are back leading their respective banks after a four-year enforced departure.…