Nigeria Press Review

Nigeria Press Review

13.11. – 20.11.2020

Welcome to Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung’s Nigeria Weekly Press Review

The weekly press review seeks to explore and keep you informed on selected issues relating to politics, business and economy, insecurity, infrastructure and development, health-related issues, new trends, and matters bothering on COVID-19 and the situation in Nigeria.

 

This week's content

  • Inflation Hits 14.23% in October as Oil Market and Non-Oil Sectors Input drops by 60%, FG Seeks to Improve Lending Market
  • FEC Approves 2020 Finance Bill, Senate Quizzes FIRS Over Unremitted N1.4 Billion Tax and VAT Deductions
  • ASUU Crisis Lingers as Strike Period Reaches 8 Months, Buhari Seeks Assistance from Private Sector to Finance Universities
  • Tension Mounts over the Growing Call for Igbo Presidency in the 2023 Elections, Akeredolu Faults Jegede over an Allegation of Threat to Life
  • #EndSARS Protest: Judicial Panel Begins Probe of the Lekki Toll Gate Incident, CNN Reveals New Findings, UK Parliament to Debate on Sanctions against Nigeria
  • Insecurity Rises, EU Supports MNJTF with Communication Systems, US Seeks to Combat Radicalisation