Listless economy haunts Nigerian president at ballot box
Timi Soleye returned home to Nigeria from the United States to set up a gas logistics business six years ago, encouraged by predictions of growth and an expanding middle class.
U.S. speaks on expectations from 2019 elections
The United States has highlighted some of the expectations of the international community from Nigeria’s February 16 general election.
Who is ready to lead the post-American world?
Gideon Rose, an editor at Foreign Affairs, examines which nation is ready to step into the United States' role as a world leader and Canada's position in U.S.-China tensions.
NSE CEO shares outlook for equities market
Policy Normalisation in the United States, political uncertainty due to upcoming elections in Nigeria and risk-averse sentiments for emerging and frontier markets are some of the reasons for capital flight from Nigeria’s capital market in 2018.
What will I go and do in America? - Atiku
Atiku Abubakar has spoken about the controversy regarding his inability to visit the United States rhetorically asking what he wants to go and do there.
U.S. dominates ranking of top global business schools
The United States is home to nine of the world's top 10 business schools, according to the latest Bloomberg Businessweek survey, with Switzerland's IMD squeezing onto the list at number 10.
Niger Delta gets framework for inclusive growth as PIND, USAID wind down SACE programme
Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) Thursday celebrated its five-year collaboration with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) which gave rise to a framework for reform that promotes inclusive economic growth in the Niger Delta.
Trump mocks Macron, France: 'Pay for NATO or Not'
- Jens Nordvig, founder and chief executive officer at Exante Data, discusses Europe's approach to the United States and President Donald Trump's tweet targeting French President Emmanuel Macron.