Nigeria: 60 Years, Plenty Potential, Little Actual

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Saturday, October 03, 2020   /07:55 AM / by FDC Ltd / Header Image Credit: FDC Ltd


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Nigeria celebrated its 60th anniversary, as a political independent nation, from its colonial master Britain on October 1, 1960 in a relatively low key style.

 

This was a sign of the current economic challenges.

 

On Thursday, the average Nigerian was despondent because of the impact of multidimensional poverty and galloping inflation. 

 

In the attached report, which summaries the panel discussion on ChannelsTV, Bismarck J. Rewane and the FDC Think Tank offer a dispassionate analysis of the Journey so far, the missed opportunities and the path to accelerated and sustainable growth.  It also tells you about the impact of these measures on your wallet and your kitchen table. 


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