Nigeria will hold general elections in February 2015. With its impressive economic growth over the last decade Nigeria’s economy is now the largest in Sub-Saharan Africa and is increasingly seen as one of global economic importance. As such, the election stakes in 2015 are higher than ever. Against a backdrop of a growing north-south gulf in politics and development, a northern security crisis and a more heavily contested political landscape prompted by the formation of a strong opposition alliance, the 2015 elections pose a major test to Nigeria’s democratic maturity.
Risks for your business Nigeria is a highly complex place in which to do business. Over the next
few months, election dynamics will present a range of challenges to your business.
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