There is much in the state of political culture and geopolitics that makes for discouraging expectations of 2024. That is all the more reason to look for some of the points of light.
Half the world is holding elections this …Continue reading
In recent times, Nigeria has witnessed a surge in the demand for manufactured goods due to its growing population and current position as home to about 50 million middle-class citizens.
However, the Nigerian manufacturing sector has struggled to keep up …Continue reading
People with disabilities often face difficulties when accessing transport services. Inadequate and unsuitable options restrict their mobility, independence and ability to navigate their communities. This limits their opportunities for employment, education, healthcare and social engagement. These individuals can also be …Continue reading
Attempts to remove petrol subsidy by past administrations triggered protests and stiff resistance. After swearing-in on May 29, the President Bola Tinubu’s administration removed fuel subsidy in Nigeria. Nigeria’s refineries are non-functional thereby necessitating the continuous importation of refined petroleum. …Continue reading
During the first quarter of 2023, Nigerians experienced cash circulation shortages due to the naira redesign policy. This policy negatively impacted several informal sector businesses, such as local retail shops, artisans, and commercial bus drivers. Trading activities for small-scale manufacturers …Continue reading