Economy & Politics
April 12, 2020
Economy and Politics: Nigeria Needs Economic Pragmatism and Robust Institutions - Dr. Temitope Oshikoya
In this edition of the #Coronanomics discourse looking at the COVID-19 and the implications for the Nigerian economy, Dr. Temitope Oshikoya calls for Economic pragmatism in the country and robust institutions that will drive effective governance. Dr Oshikoya is of the view that Nigeria has to adopt an "Economic Pluralism" model that brings a synergy of policy/governance with the role of the financial markets, to reposition Nigeria's economy beyond COVID-19. Watch Video Courtesy WebTV
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