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Nigerian economy

6 Jul 2020
The World Bank says the collapse in oil prices coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to plunge the Nigerian economy into a severe economic recession, the worst since the 1980s. Tilewa Adebajo, CEO of CFG Advisory joins CNBC Africa for more.
9 Apr 2020
The Nigerian economy is beginning to feel the pinch of the lockdown imposed in late March in Lagos and Abuja to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Millions of people working in the informal sector have been particularly affected; we tell you more. Meanwhile in Madagascar, thousands rush to travel back to their hometowns and flee the capital - our correspondent reports. And in Senegal, musicians from a pro-democracy political movement are trying to encourage people to do their bit in the fight against co
31 Aug 2017
Nigeria's Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo described the Obu Cement factory's 600 million-dollar investment as a boost to the Nigerian economy saying it aligns with the government's economic recovery and growth plan.
16 May 2017
Moody's projects the Nigerian economy will grow by 2.5 percent this year and 4 percent in 2018. But the question is what effect will Nigeria's projected economic recovery have on the country's manufacturing sector?
2 Jan 2017
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5 Sep 2016
Nigerian manufacturers face several challenges and some of these challenges are highlighted by Lagos State's commissioner for tourism, arts and culture, Folorunso Folarin Coker, luxury bag maker, Didi,and Fabian, a cobbler.
25 Apr 2016
Sanyade Okoli talks to Guardian TV on the current situation of the Nigerian economy, including electricity tariffs and fuel scarcity.

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