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A new and extended generation for the world…

Nigeria is not going through a good economic period marked by almost a decade of low value of oil exports; Nigeria, however, remains the largest economy in Africa.   The country’s potential is given by the strong population growth with the consequent presence of many young people: a new and extended generation for the world…     1) […]

Nigerian Chamber of Shipping

LONDON – As the development of African ports advances in the world economic scenario, for the first time, Nigeria is joining the board of directors of the International Chamber of Shipping, precisely an African state. “We are delighted to welcome the Nigerian Chamber of Shipping as a full member of ICS – comments General Secretary […]

Nigeria would need at least 3,870 veterinarians

Young Nigerian students are attracted to economics or law or engineering faculties, underestimating the great development potential of the agricultural and livestock sector.     In Nigeria, animal production is booming. The country has 25% of the livestock in West and Central Africa. However, there is a problem related to the shortage of veterinarians. Nigeria […]

NIGERIA – CAMEROON LINK BRIDGE

Another Successful Infrastructure Project Completed in Africa: Newly Constructed Nigeria-Cameroon link bridge to support trade under AfCFTA. info by Mark Anthony Johnson   The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is flagship project of the African Union’s Agenda 2063, a blueprint for attaining inclusive and sustainable development across the continent over the next 50 years. […]

A CAT FOR THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY

Fish is a valuable food product that provides the body with a lot of necessary elements starting with protein and ending with vitamin D dissolved in its fat in big quantities. These elements can prevent many diseases such as rickets in children and give them all they need for healthy growth. This is why fish […]

Nigeria must prepare for the transition

This is not a ‘get out of oil’ prescription, and energy transition is complex, but it is inevitable. There are no universal strategies applicable to all countries; local contexts and political realities inform what is possible. Nigeria can take advantage of its abundant natural gas deposit as a ‘transition fuel’ to buy it time for […]

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