The political campaigns and general election, becoming a signatory to the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCTA), increased protectionism, low commodities prices, and the constitution of a new federal cabinet and an Economic Advisory Council were some of the noteworthy events that featured prominently on the Nigerian economic landscape in 2019. In all, the policies and events elicited mixed reactions from watchers of the economy, but still fell short of the growth targets set by the administration under its Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP). Well, here to review the performance of the Nigerian economy in 2019 and what measures need to be taken to turn its fortunes around as we look ahead to 2020, is an economist and chief executive of Financial Derivatives Limited, Bismarck Rewane
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