Nigeria’s progress charges for the final ten years haven’t been anyplace close to spectacular.
After posting 6.31% in 2014, the nation noticed a downward spiral, barely registering any progress in 2020.
In 2022, the economic system grew 3.1% prompting optimism that after Covid, a rebound is on the way in which.
However a botched introduction of latest financial institution notes has needlessly damage financial exercise and crippled companies.
Characterised by inflation, excessive unemployment, rising debt and falling oil manufacturing, Nigeria’s economic system has featured prominently within the election marketing campaign discourse.
Andrew Nevin is a accomplice and Chief Economist at PWC in Nigeria. He joins the present to debate what Nigeria’s incoming administration must do to unlock progress.
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