The low adoption of smart phones and mobile money are contributing to the low traction being made by Nigeria among other countries in

Nigeria’s economy probably expanded in the second quarter as factory and farming output improved, helping it recover from the first

Nigeria, Africa’s economy by gross domestic products and its most populous, sits in pole position among the continent’s

Unregistered household enterprises comprise a significant portion of Nigeria’s economy, accounting for as high as 65 percent of GDP,

Despite plunging into recession for the first time in a quarter of a century due to weakened oil prices, a report by United Capital