Nigeria’s Land Borders A No-Go-Area For Goods As Gov’t Places Total Ban On Imports/Exports

Nigeria appears to be taking the much-talked-about campaign against illegal/illicit imports to a whole new level. And that’s even as

Who Is To Blame As Nigeria’s External Reserves Hit 10-Month Low After Shedding USD 2.9 Bn In 2 Months?

In just a matter of two months, Nigeria’s external reserves have nosedived by quite some margin. According to the data

Nigeria’s Inflation Figures Could Be Misleading As Food Prices Continue To Rise Due To Border Closure

Everyone was caught out when Nigeria shutdown (or partially closed) its borders in two regions last month, and without prior

This Is What Is Happening To Food Prices In Nigeria 3 Weeks After Gov’t Opted To Partially Close Border

One of the reasons behind the partial closure of the Seme Border was to stop the import of food and


Are Foreign Investors Abandoning Africa’s Largest Economy? The Numbers Say “Yes”

Last week, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) released its quarterly data on the state of the Nigerian economy and

How A Botched Deal With A Shady Firm Put Nigeria At Risk Of Paying USD 9.6 Bn To A Dead Man

How It All Began Back in 2009, the late Umaru Musa Yar’Adua was Nigeria’s President, but health struggles meant that

Economic Concerns Deepen As Nigeria’s GDP Worsens Again In Q2 2019

Data just released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) show that Nigeria’s economy grew more slowly in the second

Nigeria’s Latest Inflation Figures Are Out And The Numbers Are Quite Interesting

The inflation rate in Nigeria decreased to 11.08 percent year-on-year in July 2019, and that’s according to the National Bureau

USD 5.2 Bn Lost And Counting – How Nigeria’s Dilly-Dallying Is Drying Up Foreign Investments

Since the beginning of the Muhammadu Buhari-led administration in 2015, foreign portfolio investors have withdrawn a total of NGN 1.87

With Debt At Worrying Levels, Nigeria’s Foreign Reserves Dips To Record Low – Loses USD 81.1 Mn

As per the latest data from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the country’s foreign reserves have dipped to its

60,000 Tonnes Of E-Waste Enter Nigeria Every Year – This New Plan Sees It As Treasures In Trash’s Clothing

E-waste is a problem in Nigeria with the Lagos ports serving as the entry point for tonnes of broken, unusable

Nigerian Economy Is Growing And You Will Start Feeling It Soon

World Bank recently concluded its International Monetary Fund Meeting in Indonesia, on sidelines of which, the Nigerian Minister of National Planning