By Cynthia Ezekwe   The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)  has partnered with the Standards Organisation of Nigeria

By Onome Amuge Nigeria needs to undertake swift and audacious reforms to stop the rapid decline of its economy and the resultant

BY MARCEL OKEKE. The highlight of the decisions of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) at its

BY TIMI OLUBIYI, PhD.   The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the global economic turbulence have had significant impacts on

BY SUNNY CHUBA NWACHUKWU. Nigeria’s currency, the Naira, for many years, was a legal tender of note and high value by all

BY SUNNY CHUBA NWACHUKWU.   “Corruption is about not doing the right thing” (it is not just about giving or taking money), said the

BY SUNNY CHUBA NWACHUKWU. Industrialisation is an effective economic tool and means to exploit the real sector and other business

BY Onome Amuge. Capital inflow in the form of foreign investments into Nigeria declined 17.46 percent to $1.57 billion in the first

BY SUNNY CHUBA NWACHUKWU Nigeria is globally recognised as being among privileged countries with great economic growth potentials

BY OLIVIA NNOROM   The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has been charged to embark on monetary tightening to tame inflation and