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At the NESG, our work in providing fact-based advocacy has allowed us to prioritize and use our voice to encourage different actors to come together to dialogue on critical socio-economic issues. Only through conversations, interventions, and innovation will we change the landscape in Nigeria and across Africa.

2021-02-23 03:54:17.0

2021 NESG Macroeconomic Outlook : Discussing MPR, Healthcare, and Fourth Industrial Revolution

The monetary policy rate is an interest rate that the central bank sets in order to influence the evolution of the main monetary variables in the economy (e.g. consumer prices, exchange rate or credit expansion, among others). The policy interest rate determines the levels of the rest of the interest rates in the economy. Listen to experts as they take a critical look at the NESG 2021 Macroeconomic Outlook while paying attention to the MPR, Healthcare and the fourth Industrial revolution.

2021-02-16 12:28:29.0

Building Partnerships For Resilience - Asue Ighodalo

NESG builds partnerships to ensure that its research-based advocacy impacts policy-making and reaches out to Nigerians of all walks of life. The NESG has over the years being consistent and tenacious in the delivery of advocacy to national and sub-national levels in an effort to foster effective policy enactment and implementation which has helped to improve transparency, accountability, and good governance in various sectors and issues, such as education, health, extractives, economic growth, and social inclusion.

2021-02-09 11:03:17.0

Economic Stories in Pidgin English - Sport To Make Moni

Sports as a business is the off-field business of managing and facilitating sports activities. It involves all the business activities that make sport happen including team sponsorship, athlete management, TV rights, merchandising, sports marketing and so much more.

2021-02-09 11:01:15.0

Sports as a Business: Nigeria’s Sports Industry as The Golden Goose

Sports as a business is the off-field business of managing and facilitating sports activities. It involves all the business activities that make sport happen including team sponsorship, athlete management, TV rights, merchandising, sports marketing and so much more.

2021-02-01 06:04:31.0

Economic Story in Pidgin English - Four Priorities for the Nigerian Economy in 2021 and Beyond

Una welcome to NESG Radio. This na the ogbonge radio channel wey we dey bring sabi people to tuk solution to better the life of Nigerians.

2021-02-01 05:48:50.0

2021 Macroeconomic Outlook - Four Priorities for the Nigerian Economy in 2021 and Beyond

The NESG Macroeconomic Outlook identifies key priorities that are needed not only to lift the economy out of the current recession in the short term but also to put the economy on a foothold for sustained development. The report comes at a time when Nigeria is still grappling with its second recession in the space of four years

2021-02-01 01:35:46.0

Introducing NESG Radio - Laoye Jaiyeola, CEO NESG

Welcome to the NESG Radio. It’s about dialogue to trigger ideas and chart a course for the growth of Nigerian lives and businesses. Weekly we speak with experts who have these ideas. The NESG, in its roles as a connector, dialogue partner, watchdog, and intervener, seeks to change the narrative and trajectory of the Nigerian economy. Together with our partners, we are not just solving problems but preventing them because when advocacy succeeds, the nation transforms for the better.

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