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[email protected]: What does the future hold for Mali after military coup?

Mali’s military rulers have appointed the country's former Minister of Defence, Bah Ndaw, as the transitional president, while the head of the August 18th coup Colonel Assimi Goita was appointed as the vice-president. The announcement came on the eve of Mali’s 60th Independence Day celebration which takes place today. Tajudeen Ibrahim, Senior Vice President and Head of Research at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more.

How Nigeria can reclaim its spot in the global oil palm market

Analysts say although Nigeria remains the largest oil palm producer in Africa and 5th largest globally, Africa's largest economy is still far from its potential.

Addressing Nigeria’s revenue realities

Nigeria’s Finance Minister, Zainab Ahmed says the COVID-19 has shown the urgent need for the government to diversify its revenue sources and will be doing so under its Strategic Revenue Growth Initiative. Dipo Ajayi, Head of Fixed Income and Forex at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more.

Nigeria allocates N2.9tn for debt servicing

Nigeria allocated N2.9 trillion in the revised budget for debt servicing. This comes as the Senate had earlier approved a $5.5 billion borrowing request made by President Muhammadu Buhari. Meanwhile, Nigeria’s Debt Management Office is scheduled to offer N150 billion in its monthly bond auction this week. Dipo Ajayi, Head of Fixed Income and Forex at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more.

NAICOM extends insurance recapitalisation deadline to September 2021

Nigeria's insurance regulator NAICOM has extended the deadline for the recapitalisation of insurance companies to September 2021. The recapitalisation process has also been segmented into two phases. Tajudeen Ibrahim, vice-President and Head of Research at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more.

Understanding Nigeria’s debt strategy

Nigeria's Debt Management Office says it reappraised its borrowing plans and now hopes to raise an earlier approved external borrowing of 850 billion naira from domestic sources. Dipo Ajayi, Head of Fixed Income and FX at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa to assess Nigeria's debt strategy.

How will Nigeria’s MPC respond to COVID-19?

Nigeria's Monetary Policy Committee has commenced its two-day meeting, at a time the world is facing a significant health and economic crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Recently, Central Bank of Nigeria adjusted the FX rate at the I&E window to N380 per dollar and adjusted its official Naira peg for converting government revenue to 360 from N307. Dipo Ajayi, Head of Fixed Income and Forex at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more.

Nigeria restricts milk importation, what impact will this have on its consumer goods sector?

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has limited the number of companies involved in milk importation, its derivatives and dairy products to six. CBN stressed that the policy is part of efforts to increase local production of milk, its derivatives and dairy products. Tajudeen Ibrahim, Vice President and Head of Research at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more.
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