Confronted with gradual progress, an oil sector in recession and rising debt, the place does Nigeria’s new authorities begin?
There’s additionally the mess created by a botched introduction of recent financial institution notes.
Within the final seven years, GDP progress averaged 1.1 p.c because the nation skilled two recessions.
The pandemic and its attendant results pushed 133 million into poverty, in accordance with the Nationwide Bureau of Statistics.
The subsequent 4 years are being seen because the final likelihood to drag Africa’s largest financial system out of the pits.
As he prepares to take oath, the president-elect should articulate a sensible technique on structurally rework the financial system, shifting labor and assets from low productiveness sectors to excessive productiveness sectors.
Gospel Obele, the chief economist at Streetnomics World joins the present with ideas on an important choices awaiting Bola Tinubu’s authorities.
G20 finance assembly ends with no deal on debt aid
A gathering of G20 finance ministers in India final week did not agree a debt aid deal for low-income international locations, prolonging the anxiousness in Zambia, Ghana and Ethiopia.
The talks are deadlocked over China’s demand that multilateral growth banks and personal collectors too, settle for losses.
Tanzania approves development of Uganda oil pipeline
In a serious setback for local weather campaigners, Tanzania has authorised the development of a pipeline for Uganda’s oil.
It is a vital win for Kampala’s ambitions to hitch the oil producers’ membership in 2025.
Girls occupy only a few tutorial jobs in Ghana. Tradition and society’s expectations are accountable
Ramadan begins amid excessive prices, hopes are excessive for peace
Kenyans cry foul over financial disaster