Nigeria reported a 1.4% GDP growth rate for the third quarter; the second consecutive positive growth rate this year (it reported 0.7% in the second quarter) since the recession triggered by the 2014 oil glut. It is a sigh of relief, at least on paper. Continue reading “Learning from the storm: On the need for a robust economic system in post-recession Nigeria”
Every year, Nigerians spend about $1 billion seeking medical treatment abroad. From celebrity childbirths to businessmen/politicians seeking cure/checkups for one ailment or another Continue reading “The $1 billion+ opportunity: Cashing in on Nigeria’s medical tourism potential”
One of the lasting memories for those who travel through big cities in Nigeria is the nightmare of weekday traffic. Continue reading “Gondola Lifts and Efficient Urban Transport in Nigeria”
A leisurely walk across the coast of West African countries leaves memories of white sandy beaches with the coolness and freshness of the ocean breeze. In response, numerous tourist facilities have been built to profit from this gift of nature.