From the north to the south, from the west to the east, it is a season of lamentations at Christmas for many Nigerians because of the economic recession.
Apparently, some people are taking advantage of the economic recession in the country to play on the intelligence of Nigerians who are looking for quick cash.
Nasir el-Rufai, the governor of Kaduna state, has called on people of Nigeria to stop scapegoating their president for mistakes of previous administrations.
The Emefiele-must-go agitation is being championed by lawyers from the northern part of Nigeria under the Arewa Young Lawyers Forum (AYLF).
So many sad stories of starvation and lack, but as long as there is life there is hope, patience is the key and meditating on GOD'S word.
Jaafar Jaafar has offered an interesting, yet simple definition of recession that will surely resonate with ordinary Nigerians.
The PACAC initiated by President Muhammadu Buhari made this revelation saying some indicted leaders were far richer than the country.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has confirmed that Nigeria's economic recession is biting, but that the country would soon come out of it.
Ex-special assistant to ex-President Jonathan on new media, Reno Omokri has attacked President Buhari and his vice, Prof Yemi Osinbajo.
Reno Omokri has accused President Muhammadu Buhari for defaming a good name of the previous president and providing bus conductors jobs.
The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has accused south-eastern governors of being very lazy and dependent on the federal government.
President Muhammadu Buhari insists that economic recession is not limited to Nigeria alone, as other countries are also fighting it.
NAIJ.com lists 12 ways Nigeria can achieve food security as espoused by Mr Mbosire John of the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture.
Emir of Kano Sanusi says federal government needs to decide on what type of economy it wants to run in order to stop economic recession
Adetola Salau points out that the recession is actually a blessing in disguise as innovation is the key to survival and development.
After spending 15 years in walls of school, I left one of Nigerian polytechnics without collecting my result, not to talk of certificate.
Ambode said the recession taking its toll on Nigerians is a wakeup call for leaders to come together for the purpose of rescuing the nation.
Jimoh Ibrahim has warned that the economic recession facing Nigeria may last for another 20 years if the global oil price continues to fall.
The ongoing recession has made prices of food items soar. If you follow our price checks, you’d see that these prices may not be come down.
Nigerians say they are finding it very hard to survive because the economic recession has continued to make life tough for them in all states
Erisco foods has threatened to leave Nigeria in 30 days if the federal government does not help local manufacturers to survive the recession.
Akinwunmi Adeshina, former agriculture minister under Goodluck Jonathan is determined to save Nigeria's economy from the current recession