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Coronavirus Pandemic In Nigeria: Counting The Cost On The Economy

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With falling oil prices and the spread of coronavirus pandemic across the world, Nigeria’s economy could be heading to its worst days.

The International Monetary Fund {IMF} says that the country’s economy is about to shrink by 3.3 percent and this could pave way for a recession any time soon.

Gist Nigeria measures the impact of the epidemic on the nation’s economy and suggests what needs to be done to avert a possible recession.

Gist Nigeria is a 30-minute current affairs programme, co-produced by Channels Television and the BBC. The program offers in-depth reporting, focusing on stories behind the news and their impact on its audience.

Gist Nigeria airs at 9pm on Wednesdays on
Channels TV and Channels 24 (UK) on Sky 518.

Show time slots:
WEDNESDAY 9.00pm On CHANNELS TV & CHANNELS 24{UK} On SKY 518 [New Edition]

REPEAT: * THURSDAY 3.30pm On DSTV * FRIDAY 6.30pm On Terrestrial * SUNDAY 11.30 am On Terrestrial * SATURDAY 12.30pm CHANNELS 24{UK} ON SKY 518.

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