How the twin-shocks of COVID-19 & low oil prices impacts Nigeria’s growth outlook

Twin-shocks from the COVID-19 outbreak and dwindling oil prices among other factors have led to a revision of Nigeria’s 2020 budget in a bid to accommodate current global and domestic realities. Despite these, Africa’s largest economy grew at 1.87 per cent in the first quarter of the year. As the first half of the year comes to end, Vincent Nwani, Business and Investment Consultant joins CNBC Africa to discuss how events have impacted Nigeria’s economy.

Thu Jun 25 2020 | 11:52:48 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

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