Economy & Politics
November 23, 2020
#NES26: The Path To Recovery for Nigeria (Part 1)
 

Nigeria's economy slipped into recession for the second time in five years with the latest Q3, 2020 GDP report showing that its growth contracted at -3.62%.


Related Link - #NES26: The Path to Recovery for Nigeria (Part 2)


At the 26th Nigeria Economic Summit powered by NESG (Nigeria Economic Summit Group) key panel of discussants Dr (Mrs) Zainab Ahmed, Minister for Finance, Budget and National Planning, Dr. Obiageli Ezekwesili, Senior Economic Advisor, The Africa Economic Development Policy Initiative (AEDPI), Dr Doyin Salami, Chairman Presidential Economic Advisory Council and Mr. Ari Aisen, Resident Representative for Nigeria, International Monetary Fund(IMF) explored Nigeria's "Path to Recovery".


The session was moderated by seasoned Nigerian Financial Analyst and Chairman of Proshare Nigeria Mr. Olufemi Awoyemi, FCA and was a lively one that provided practical insights and perspectives on what Nigeria must do to navigate the recession and achieve meaningful growth.


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