The IMF employee received hand and face injuries, and staff were evacuated.
The International Monetary Fund has affirmed Nigeria is still the biggest economy in Africa ahead of South Africa and Egypt.
The National Bureau of Statistics, NBS, has released data suggesting that the growth rate of the Nigerian economy is likely to beat the IMF prediction of -1.8% for the full year 2016.
Following growing call for it to take action, the federal government on Thursday announced that it will not devalue the naira, despite the instability rocking the nation’s economy. Vice President…