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WOOS OF NIGERIAN TRADERS IN GHANA AND THE FATE OF AFCTFA

The last has not been heard from the love lost relation between Nigeria and Ghana. First was the destruction of the Nigerian embassy on the 19th of June this year and now is the recent closure of shops own by Nigerians in Ghana. According to Mr. Chukwuemeka Nnaji, the President of Nigerian Trade Union in

SHOPRITE’S NIGHTMARE AND RIGHTING THE NAIRA

Retail Supermarkets Nigeria popularly know as Shoprite in recent years have been struggling in Nigeria, majorly because of unfavorable policies and the multiplier effect of xenophobic attacks. According to Nairametrics in April, Shoprite reported sales decline of 8.1% in H2 of 2019 directly traced to the September 2019 xenophobic attacks. Fast-forward to 2020, Shoprite Nigeria

Government Increased Licensing Processes and Fees for Logistics Company

The introduction of increased licensing processes and fees for logistic companies is no doubt stifling. According to NIPOST, companies which provide international courier services like DHL, UPS and FEDEX, are expected to pay N20m for a new licence and N8m annually while those who offer national services are expected to pay N10m for licence and

Nigeria: Property Right

The property rights index for Nigeria from The Heritage Foundation reflects the ability of individuals to accumulate private property, secured by clear laws that are fully enforced by the state. It also measures the likelihood of expropriation in Nigeria as well as the extent of corruption in the judiciary and the enforcement of contracts. From