Nigerian Economy Today
President of NANTS, Ghana, Chief Chukwuemeka Nnaji, said Stella Ogonna Okpaleke, a Nigerian whose shops were locked for her failure to meet strict trading conditions put by the Ghana Government took her life on September 22.
On Wednesday, September 12, a Nigerian newspaper reported that “a major research firm, Forbes Africa has rated Nigeria as the 2018 best economy in Africa.” NAIJ.com fact checks this report and finds it to be fake and misleading.
One of those who have helped shaped the Nigerian economy is Akintola Williams, he was the first chartered accountant in Nigeria. 99-year-old Akintola built the concert hall for the Music Society of Nigeria in Onikan, Lagos.
David Mark, a former president of the Senate and current aspirant for the presidential ticket of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) ahead of the 2019 election, has promised to change Nigeria’s economy in two years if elected.
The apex bank said the receiving entity should notify the customer about the consequences of not funding the account within 24 hours, which included watch-listing in the banking industry, credit bureau and reporting.
The FG has described the predictions on the 2019 general elections by two British-based institutions, HSBC and The Economists, as fake and a psychological warfare against the anti-corruption policies of the current administration.