Although the energy industry provides more than 10 million jobs with almost 8% of the country’s GDP, the US is less dependent on oil compared to...
They believe an adjustment would encourage local producers to be more creative, improve their products, and export these products.
Kachikwu talks African Oil and Gas, COVID19 and the future of energy.
Covid-19 impact on Nigerian businesses can be classified into 3 major channels and they are the supply channel, the demand channel and the financial channel.
We attribute the low level of disposable income to high unemployment rates and declining job opportunities in the formal sector.
Covid-19 does posses some risk for the company, particularly in the Nigerian context.
Dan Morehead, Founder and CEO of Pantera Capital, recently made a bullish forecast on the price of Bitcoin in a letter to Investors.
“As a nation, we cannot afford to continue relying on the world for our food, education, and healthcare.” said Godwin Emefiele.
Nigerians spent N40.20 trillion as household consumption expenditure in 2019.
If there is one thing the recent pandemic has achieved, it has drawn attention to the deficits in the Nigerian healthcare sector.