In recent years Jollof rice has emerged as some sort of cultural phenomenon in Nigeria, which is quite a huge deal considering the fact that Nigerians generally struggle to find areas of mutual interest. I cannot recall how this Jollof craze started but it’s been strong enough to ignite #jollofwars with neighbouring countries such as Ghana… Read More Making Nigerian Jollof Rice a global meal! 4 Lessons from Thailand #Jollofeconomics
The imperative for export diversification Recent data by the National Bureau of Statistics shows that crude oil accounts for over 80% of what we export. There are lot of reasons why this is a problem, not least because it makes our economy extremely vulnerable to the fluctuations in oil prices. Recall that Nigeria’s 2016 recession… Read More Crude oil rises from 71% of Nigeria’s total exports to 83% – How do we remedy this?
Hey fam, apologies for my inconsistencies, its really a struggle holding down a 9-5 job, blogging and managing other personal projects. But hey it’s really no excuse, I am working on balancing all my commitments effectively and become a more consistent blogger from this quarter of the year, so wish me luck 🙂 So last… Read More Nigeria’s new exchange rate regime- implications and lessons learnt!