Economy & Politics
October 05, 2020
Economy and Politics: FG Targets 3% GDP Growth In 2021 Fiscal Year
   

This edition of the "Economy and Politics" show anchored by Ottoabasi Abasiekong features an overview of the proposed Budget 2021 which is geared towards stimulating economic growth and achieving job creation for Nigerians.

In the assumption for Budget 2021 the Federal Government is targeting a 3% GDP growth rate at the end of the fiscal year.

The show also brings update on the latest Proshare Article "NESG V CBN: Beyond the Battleground-The Need for Facts, Perspective and Resolution", Illicit Financial Flows and the Cost to Nigeria and Africa and the Quest to Restructure Nigeria.

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