Thursday, 13 December 2018


Confidence over the recovery of Nigeria’s economy is set to become a dominant theme following reports of the nation’s economic growth accelerating during the third quarter of 2018.

Nigeria’s GDP expanded by 1.81% in the third quarter which represents an encouraging 0.31% rise from the 1.50% achieved in Q2. Although the primary driver behind the economic expansion was rising oil production and elevated oil prices, signs of Non-Oil sectors contributing to growth is a welcome development. With the Non-Oil sector growing by 2.32% in real terms during Q3, Nigeria continues to showcase to the global arena that it remains on a quest to break away from oil reliance.

With economic growth expected to gain momentum next year on the back of increasing government spending ahead of the presidential elections, Nigeria’s outlook remains encouraging. OPEC’s deal to cut oil production by 1.2 million barrels a day is seen offering near-term support to oil – a scenario that will most likely support Nigeria’s government revenues and the Naira exchange.

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