Nigeria’s equities market has shed almost 2 per cent in the last trading session of the third quarter. As we head into the last quarter of the year, for an outlook of trading activities on the local bourse, Olamide Adeboboye, Research Analyst at ARM Securities joins CNBC Africa for more.
Since 2017, more than 14,000 young Nigerians have returned from Libya under a United Nations voluntary repatriation programme. Many spend months, even years stranded in Libya, sold as slaves by their smugglers. But once back home in Nigeria, life is even more difficult than before: saddled with debt, struggling to find work, broken by their treatment at the hands of the traffickers and by their failed dreams.
Nigeria is gripped by a crisis that has left Africa's most populous country ill-equipped to properly house its inhabitants, said a United Nations rapporteur who also called for an end to the forced evictions of entire communities.