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Solidaridad pledges to help in divestment of Nigerian economy

Samuel-Ogallah-Samson

Solidaridad West Africa, a solution-oriented civil society organisation (CSO), says is poised to bring its over 50-year experience in global agriculture transformation to help in divestment of the nation’s economy from oil to agriculture. Dr. Samuel Ogallah Samson Dr Sam Ogallah, Senior Climate Specialist, Africa and County Technical Lead, Nigeria for Solidaridad Network, West Africa, disclosed this at a two-day ...

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How Nigeria’s economy is grappling with COVID-19 effects

Zainab Ahmed

Nigeria started the year 2020 on a glorious note, having been declared, by the World Bank, one of the most improved economies in the world in the first quarter, with investors and producers looking forward to having robust activities. Zainab Ahmed, Minister of Finance, Budget, and National Planning This excitement was, however, cut short with  the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus ...

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Govt urged to protect Nigeria against oil price volatility

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The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) has called on the government to insulate the economy from the perennial oil price volatility by weaning the nation off its unhealthy dependence on oil which accounts for the bulk of its revenues and foreign exchange earnings Offshore oil exploration NEITI made the call in its latest policy brief, titled: “Insulating Nigeria from Perennial Oil ...

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