Latest Articles by Omono Eremionkhale Contributor AbInBev & SABMiller deal: South African farmers and SABMiller workers are the beneficiaries. Now, the biggest merger in the brewery business can finally move forward after the Belgian brewer, Anheuser-Busch InBev (AbInBev) recorded a landmark agreement with South Africa’s government over its $100 billion takeover of the country’s brewer,... Contributor Here’s why Nigeria could face food shortage soon. Despite conversations around the importance of diversifying the economy, the federal government of Nigeria seems to have taken one step forward and two steps back. Contributor Ethiopia earns $123 million in electricity exports between 2015 and 2016. Ethiopia is slowly but surely establishing itself as a major power hub in Africa through its electricity exports. Contributor Why this Robert Clyne article about business in Nigeria is offensive. I recently came across an ill-humored article written by Ivy League Academies Advisor, Robert Clyne, on ozy.com. Contributor 23-year-old Nigerian uses FueledUp app to address fuel scarcity in the country. Subomi Owo-Odusi, a 23-year-old Nigerian has said that by May 2016, his innovative app FueledUp will be fully functional. Contributor Here is what you need to know about the currency swap agreement between Nigeria and China. As a way of finding solutions to the current currency slump in Nigeria, the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd (ICBC) and Nigeria’s Central Bank have signed a deal on Yuan transactions. Contributor Owing to these factors, Malawi’s economy could grow by 5.1 percent in 2016. Former Malawian presidential candidate, the late James Nyondo, once said the country’s economy has always been problematic and any attempt by the government to resuscitate it is a joke.