Tag: Vincent Nwani
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.
May 29th marked five years since President Muhammadu Buhari took over leadership in Nigeria. One year into his second tenure as president, Vincent Nwani, a Business and Investment Consultant joins CNBC Africa for an economic scorecard of Buhari’s lead administration.
The International Monetary Fund says Nigeria’s economy is currently threatened by the twin shock of coronavirus and falling oil prices. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss how these shocks are impacting the country’s investment climate is Vincent Nwani, Business and Investment Consultant.
As people all over the world look to make the most of available black Friday deals, CNBC Africa’s Debbie Movoria reports on how Nigerians perceive Black Friday, their thoughts on the price discounts and the need to develop Nigeria's e-commerce sector.
Friday, September 7th marked 100 days of President Muhammadu Buhari's second term in office, since his inauguration on the 29th of May. To review the Presidents performance so far, Business and Investment Consultant, Vincent Nwani joins CNBC Africa for more.
Jumoke Oduwole, Secretary of the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council in Nigeria says the government is targeting a sub-100 ranking in the 2020 World Bank Doing Business Report. So how attainable is this target? Vincent Nwani, Director at the Lagos Chambers of Commerce and Industry joins CNBC Africa to discuss this.
Growing insecurity in Nigeria becoming worrisome - LCCI
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