The impact of Brexit on Nigeria

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Members of the Nigerian Labour Congress, Trade Union Congress and civil society organisations protest the recent hike in petrol and electricity tarriffs in Lagos, Nigeria 18 May 2016.

The impact of Brexit on Nigeria


Brexit will be positive for Nigeria, according to Peter Kohli, the CEO of DMS Funds. In an article published in NASDAQ online, he explains that Britain, without Brussels will be able to make lucrative trade deals with the world and especially commonwealth countries, including Nigeria.

“In my humble opinion, Britain extricating itself from that pompous union will be a net positive for Nigeria,” he writes. “So whether or not Nigeria makes it economically is totally up to them. Recently, t...


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