Former governor of CBN, Chukwuma Soludo, has blamed the country economic woes on bad government policies executed in the time of boom.
If it’s expensive for people, they will not import these items, but we have had this regime before, this whole concept of multiple rates is not advisable.
Lai Mohammed, minister of information and culture, said that the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari will handle the economy better than previous govts
In this NAIJ.com video, a Nigerian man while lamenting the state of Nigeria's economy vow to never vote for President Muhammadu Buhari again.
The total sum of N148.71 billion of foreign portfolio investment (FPI) has been repatriated from Nigeria in the first quarter of 2017.
In this video recently obtained by NAIJ.com, a Nigerian man shows a random act of kindness when he parked by the road side and gave out money to labourers.
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To put an end to recession, the Nigerian Senate had promised to fast-track the consideration and passage of the bills to help Nigerian economic managers.
CBN governor Godwin Emefiele says Nigeria is not out of recession a week after the April Sales Managers’ Index (SMI) data by World Economics had indicated so.
The Presidency in its latest newsletter says it believes that the Nigerian economy is on its way to recover and growth and in no time will be out of recession.
The world economics data suggested on Tuesday, April 18 that the Nigerian economy was out of its recession that had lasted about 10 months. Here is why.
The Federal government has saved an outstanding N19 billion in the last one year through cost cutting measures by the finance ministry's efficiency unit.
The Senate has vowed to publish the names of importers and banks involved in a Forex fraud amounting to the tune of N30tr which has led to the Forex crisis.
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The Naira has gained against United States dollar at the parallel market as Central Bank of Nigeria continues to fight market speculators and currency hoarders.
A young boy got help from an NGO after he lamented about the economic recession and suggested a mass burial for all political leaders in Nigeria.
The Naira on Tuesday, April 4, strengthened against the Dollar at the parallel market as it currently trades at N390/$1 as against the previous rate of N395/$1.
Adesina said in the statement obtained by NAIJ.com on Tuesday, April 4 that the launch of the programme follows its approval by the Federal Executive Council.
NAIJ.com has obtained a video where Senator Dino Melaye, in a heated plenary debate on economic recession and 2017 budget, criticised the government.
The improving fortune of the Naira in the parallel market has been halted as it depreciated to N395 against the Dollar, N480 against Pound and N415 against Euro
William, had been interviewed in a street vox pop, where he stated that the solution to the problem in Nigeria, was for the leaders to get a mass burial.