Left Handedness: The Unsung Struggles of a Major Minority

Handedness refers to the more preferred hand of an individual, usually the better skilled hand. Society made me believe that there exist two groups: Right and Left handers. But I have been around long enough to know that this classification is nothing but a scam; at least in the part of the world where I come from. To tell the truth, there includes just one group and a bunch of ‘un-usuals’ who constitute a minority—A major minority.

Nigeria’s Northern Region Records 49% Financial Inclusion Rate as Opposed to 77% Inclusion Rate in the South

In terms of mobile usage, the EFInA report of 2018 shows that 3.08 million (representing 3.1% of the adult population) have both mobile money and bank account while 0.3% adults have only mobile money account. Also, 82% of the adult population receive their income in cash while 10% receive their income into bank accounts or mobile money. This research aims to look into the financial inclusion statistics of Nigeria between 2008 and 2018 with much focus on 2018.

Full Project on Impact of Monetary Policy Rate on Investment in Nigeria

Government in a bid to regulate the affairs of the economy would always use MPR as one of its instruments; which is an interest rate at which CBN lends to commercial banks and other clients. The execution of one of these instruments at time causes some macroeconomic variables to response either positively or negatively. In order to find out some of these reactions, this research was undertaken to establish the action of the changed in government’s Monetary Policy Rate and other instruments like, Bank lending rate, money supply, exchange rate and the host of others on the level of investment in Nigeria.