#NigeriaDecides2019: Political Decisions and Its Economic Effects by B.K. Saka, Esq.

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The Independent National Electoral Commission on January 9, 2018 released the official timetable and calendar of exercises for the anticipated general elections which is down to less than a month. As a major aspect of arrangements for the polls, INEC has registered an aggregate of 91 political parties and through its Continuous Voter Registration which was suspended on August 31, 2018, had been able to register 84,004,084 (Eighty-Four Million, Four Thousand, and Eighty-Four) eligible voters.

According to Reuters, Nigeria’s economy will grow more slowly this year than previously forecasted, this is due to investors hold off before elections this year, the average investor is a capitalist he is concerned about the profitability of the market he is trading in, the indicators have not shown positivity as such he holds off. Investigators and financial experts’ conjectures demonstrated a middle of 2.1 percent development for Nigeria, quickening to 3.0 percent one year…

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