Onome Amuge
An avid reader, analytical writer and consistent content creator with several enlightening articles and reports. He is currently a journalist , Commodities, Agriculture and Technology at business a.m. newspaper. Email: amugedavido@gmail.com. Tel: +234 706 930 4947

 The year 2023 was not a kind one for the Nigerian economy. Turbulence across various sectors, ranging from energy to agriculture, has

The rapid pace of innovation in digital technology has led to dramatic transformations across the globe in recent years. Companies

High-profile billionaire-associated companies contribute to market performance  Otedola, Rabiu, Elumelu, Dangote in frame In a

Seen to bring in younger generation Nigerian entertainment to reach $14.8bn in 2025 Temi Popoola, managing director and chief

Despite the federal government’s efforts to boost agricultural production declaration of a state of emergency on food security amid

Exit holds significant implications for Nigeria  Angola’s recent decision to leave the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting

  Urge companies to tap into fund  for projects Looks at collaborating to leverage fund The World Bank has argued that every

In Nigeria, the distribution of expenditures among different levels of government has been a highly controversial issue. Each

10% of trade affected  A significant portion of global trade, estimated to be around ten percent, is under threat due to the

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), has fiercely criticised the World Bank for suggesting that the country end its petrol subsidy