VENTURES AFRICA –
On Tuesday, 9th November 2016, the world was stunned by the victory of Donald Trump as president of the United States of America. During Trump’s campaigns, he made several racist comments about Africans, which included threats to send Africans away from America if he becomes president. This has led many to ask how his victory is going to affect Nigeria’s economy and her trade relationship with the US.
In an interview with Ventures Africa Anointing Momoh, a Research Associate at Centre for the Study of the Economies of Africa (CSEA) highlighted the potential impacts of Donald Trump’s on Nigeria’s economy: