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Nigeria: 2023 election sets the tone

  • The February presidential election is driving policy choices in Nigeria

  • In this in-depth downloadable presentation, we look at what this means for Nigeria's macro outlook

  • We also provide our views on key asset classes, trends to watch in our equity coverage and our top stock picks

Nigeria: 2023 election sets the tone
Janet Ogunkoya
Janet Ogunkoya

Senior Research Analyst

Contributors
Rohit Kumar
Patrick Curran
Ayobami Omole
Tellimer Research
27 April 2022
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The spotlight in Nigeria is firmly on the 2023 presidential election, which is framing how most of the government’s policies are set, as officials seek votes ahead of February.

A good example is the government’s decision to halt the removal of oil subsidies, contrary to provisions in the recently passed petroleum law and to the fiscal budget provisions for the year.

In this 23-page slide pack for Tellimer Insights subscribers (click on the "Download report" button), we highlight:

  • Our views and outlook on the Nigerian economy (growth, FX, debt sustainability, etc.),

  • Our fixed income and equity outlook and recommendations,

  • A briefing on 2023 elections; and

  • The key trends to watch in our equity coverage, along with our top stock picks this season.

President Buhari (of the APC) won the 2019 elections with 55% of the vote