Monday , 26 February 2024

Economy

AgricultureEconomy

Nigeria, Others to Experience Reduction in Grains Production

Nigeria and the rest of  West Africa are expected to experience a significant decrease in the production of maize, sorghum, and millet this year.According to the West...

Climate ChangeDevelopmentEconomyEnvironment

Côte d’Ivoire blazes off with West Africa’s first Net-zero fossil fuel project from the Baleine oilfield

By Ben Eguzozie At the end of August, Africa Oil Week (AOW), which is the voice of E&P, the global platform for stimulating...

BusinessClimate ChangeEconomyHeadline News

“Africa needs to have a lot more resources for financing climate” – Akinwumi Adesina

By Kenneth Mohammed In an exclusive interview with The Guardian.com, Akinwumi Adesina, head of the African Development Bank, says the outlook is good...

AgricultureEconomyEnvironmentPoliticsSecurity

Nigeria Customs intercepts 105 wild birds worth N24m in Badagry

 By Raji Rasak The Seme Area Command of the Nigeria Customs Service on Saturday said that it had intercepted 105 wild birds being...

EconomyLabourPoliticsSecurity

Senegalese Navy Apprehends 1,266 in Pursuit of Greener Pastures

The Senegalese Navy has made a significant announcement, revealing the apprehension of two canoes transporting 416 individuals engaged in irregular emigration. This recent...

DevelopmentEconomyLabour

Africa will have more than one in five working-age persons by 2050, amidst economic upheavals – World Bank

Rising instability, weak growth in the region’s largest economies, and lingering uncertainty in the global economy are dragging down growth prospects in SubSaharan...