Tech companies and young techies back protesters after years of harassment by the same police unit.
Nigeria’s Oil Sector in a Constrained Global Economy with Dr Alex Irune, COO, Oando Energy Resources
Dr Alex Irune, COO of Oando Energy Resources talks to us about the effects of Covid-19 on Nigeria’s oil-dependent economy and how this affects economic diversification
The acquisition expands the bank’s West African horizons.
In A Peacekeeper in Africa, Alan Doss recounts his experience in four war-torn African countries and reflects on the nature of the UN’s peacekeeping role. Review by Stephen Williams
Ghana’s financial sector improves more than any other country on the continent over the last year.
Businesses say the unrest is disrupting activities which are already hard-hit by the coronavirus.
Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has progressed to the final round of the WTO’s leadership race, raising the chances of an African heading the global trade organisation
In an interview with Anver Versi, the MD of BOI underlines the bank’s commitment to supporting enterprises
As Nigeria steps closer to major reform of its crucial but chaotic oil industry, what is at stake, and will change finally be achieved?
In the 60 years since independence, Nigeria’s banking sector has grown from humble beginnings to become one of Africa’s strongest industries. Neil Ford reports