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Employment in Nigeria decreased marginally – PMI Report

June 6, 2020

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About 98 percent companies in Nigeria kept their workforce despite the negative impacts of coronavirus on business,the Nigeria Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) report has revealed.

As a result, employment in Nigeria decreased marginally despite predictions to the contrary in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.

The report also showed that new orders, output, employment level, suppliers’ delivery, and stock purchases rose to 40.7 index points in May 2020, a 3.6 increase from 37.1 index points recorded in April 2020.

The Nigeria PMI survey report, a property of Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC, is a collection of economic indicators obtained from monthly surveys of Nigeria private sector companies.

The sectors covered by the survey include agriculture, mining, manufacturing, construction, wholesale, retail and services. The indices vary between 0 and 100, with a reading above 50 indicating an improvement in business conditions compared to the previous month.

It stated the private sector remained in a deep downturn during May, with rates of decline in output and new orders only slightly softer than the unprecedented falls recorded in April 2020.

Furthermore, the rate of purchase cost inflation hit a record high for the second month running, with the scarcity of materials, currency weakness and higher costs relating to logistics leading to higher purchase prices.


The report further stated that due to the lockdown and restrictions on operations, firms experienced delays to orders received which resulted in an increase in backlogs of work for the second month running. While suppliers’ delivery times shortened slightly, reduced activity requirements led to a second successive decline in input buying while inventory holdings fell.

The Nigeria PMI report is a weighted average of the following five indices: New Orders (30%), Output (25%), Employment (20%), Suppliers’ Delivery Times (15%) and Stocks of Purchases (10%). It showed an increase in companies’ selling prices at a marked pace in May as a result of the higher purchase costs and the rate of output price inflation accelerated to a new record level.

Although business confidence dropped to a 29 month low in May, the rate of contraction is easing slightly as a result of relaxing the lockdown restrictions.



Comments

Post by SMART2020 on 04 July 2020, 13:32 pm

Ok


Post by Ifeco49 on 30 June 2020, 02:23 am

there has been no employment in Nigeria right from time


Post by AB2002 on 26 June 2020, 20:13 pm

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It stated the private sector remained in a deep downturn during May, with rates of decline in output and new orders only slightly softer than the unprecedented falls recorded in April 2020.


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The youth are the ones suffering unemployment


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The sectors covered by the survey include agriculture, mining, manufacturing, construction, wholesale, retail and services.


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ok


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Employment reducing gradually, we thank God


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About 98 percent companies in Nigeria kept their workforce despite the negative impacts of coronavirus on business,the Nigeria Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) report has revealed.


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Post by Annisky on 18 June 2020, 03:46 am

I know the employment will surely drop because there's no skill acquisition nothing is working nothing is going fine in Nigeria population is getting high everyday


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Businesses will return in a short time.


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Unemployment is really affecting the youths


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the rate of contraction is easing slightly as a result of relaxing the lockdown restrictions.


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Post by Mr.AJK on 17 June 2020, 10:57 am

Furthermore, the rate of purchase cost inflation hit a record high for the second month running, with the scarcity of materials, currency weakness and higher costs relating to logistics leading to higher purchase prices.


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Furthermore, the rate of purchase cost inflation hit a record high for the second month running, with the scarcity of materials, currency weakness and higher costs relating to logistics leading to higher purchase prices.


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True


Post by Onyinye27 on 17 June 2020, 10:16 am

About 98 percent companies in Nigeria kept their workforce despite the negative impacts of coronavirus on business,the Nigeria Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) report has revealed.


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Although business confidence dropped to a 29 month low in May, the rate of contraction is easing slightly as a result of relaxing the lockdown restrictions.


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Although business confidence dropped to a 29 month low in May, the rate of contraction is easing slightly as a result of relaxing the lockdown restrictions.


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Although business confidence dropped to a 29 month low in May, the rate of contraction is easing slightly as a result of relaxing the lockdown restrictions.


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About 98 percent companies in Nigeria kept their workforce despite the negative impacts of coronavirus on business,the Nigeria Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) report has revealed.


Post by Ayomi on 17 June 2020, 05:12 am

Thanks for the information


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Thanks for the update


Post by Yinka2003 on 17 June 2020, 04:08 am

God help us. There is employment but our leaders re all covering it


Post by Annisky on 17 June 2020, 03:18 am

Employment in Nigeria has been very good because there's no work even the population is increasing by the day


Post by Kolzy2003 on 17 June 2020, 03:08 am

We thank God. Because employment opportunities have been very rare


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Okay


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Aiit


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Good to hear


Post by Franknero21 on 16 June 2020, 20:54 pm

Too bad


Post by OLUYEMIGHT on 16 June 2020, 19:37 pm

We have alot of graduates been unemployed, may God help us


Post by Yinka2003 on 16 June 2020, 19:14 pm

Very good. More employment opportunities needed


Post by Grande1234 on 16 June 2020, 19:01 pm

Very informative


Post by Eucharia91 on 16 June 2020, 17:51 pm

Okay


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Very great. Graduates need jobs


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Employment


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Okay


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cool


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Report


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Well we'll well


Post by Queen on 16 June 2020, 13:34 pm

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Well


Post by Udybliss1 on 16 June 2020, 13:26 pm

the rate of purchase cost inflation hit a record high for the second month running


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Good one


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Wow


Post by Ah_makah on 16 June 2020, 12:30 pm

Nigeria has unemployment issue even before the Covid-19 pandemic talk more of now that the pandemic affect people's business.,it will definitely increase unemployment at a large rate


Post by Hasiya on 16 June 2020, 12:28 pm

Wow


Post by Oladunni on 16 June 2020, 12:05 pm

Ok


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Okay


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Kudos to them


Post by NiceTV on 16 June 2020, 11:45 am

Although business confidence dropped to a 29 month low in May, the rate of contraction is easing slightly as a result of relaxing the lockdown restrictions.


Post by Akorede1 on 16 June 2020, 11:42 am

Hello


Post by Sassy on 16 June 2020, 11:39 am

Nice


Post by Oluprecious on 16 June 2020, 11:32 am

The unemployment problem has been our greatest problem even before the pandemic. The pandemic now is like adding salt to injury.God help us


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Ok


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Ok


Post by Dhimmalin on 16 June 2020, 10:34 am

Nigeria has been having employment issues even before the pandemic. Now that the pandemic has crippled many businesses, the numbers have increased tremendously. When will the government solve this issue of unemployment. I know there’s no hope waiting on them


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Ok


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That sounds impressive.


Post by olabanz on 16 June 2020, 10:23 am

As a result, employment in Nigeria decreased marginally despite predictions to the contrary in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.


Post by Bleeblee on 16 June 2020, 10:22 am

Ok


Post by Percyblues on 16 June 2020, 10:21 am

K


Post by Drimzy on 16 June 2020, 10:14 am

The sectors covered by the survey include agriculture, mining, manufacturing, construction, wholesale, retail and services. The indices vary between 0 and 100, with a reading above 50 indicating


Post by Obaflexy on 16 June 2020, 10:02 am

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Post by Onyinye27 on 16 June 2020, 09:14 am

he rate of purchase cost inflation hit a record high for the second month running, with the scarcity of materials, currency weakness and higher costs relating to logistics leading to higher purchase prices.


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Good


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Ok


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They are doing fine


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I love this update


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Covid hav really done bad to Nigeria


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Good


Post by Miskeyboy on 16 June 2020, 07:28 am

Employment has always been low in this country


Post by somtizzy on 16 June 2020, 07:07 am

Employment has always been low in this country


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Yes, it's really increasing


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Nice update


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Good


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Hmmmmm


Post by firstabbey on 16 June 2020, 03:46 am

Good


Post by Annisky on 16 June 2020, 03:39 am

Employment in this country drugs marginally because there is no source of employment new creation of anything there's a lot of graduates without work in our country no intrapreneur


Post by Freshlife on 16 June 2020, 03:08 am

It is well


Post by Freshchris02 on 16 June 2020, 02:56 am

Hmm


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Too bad


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Post by Dominica123 on 15 June 2020, 23:58 pm

Ok


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Nice update


Post by Emson on 15 June 2020, 23:52 pm

Pmi


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Good


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Pmi


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Sad


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So sad


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That's sad


Post by Ayomide on 15 June 2020, 22:47 pm

It's Well


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OK


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Good


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Urgent attention


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Ok


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This is not good at all


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It is well


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Okay


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Okay


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Ok


Post by Meesin on 15 June 2020, 19:29 pm

he rate of purchase cost inflation hit a record high for the second month running, with the scarcity of materials, currency weakness and higher costs relating to logistics leading to higher purchase prices.


Post by Godyz on 15 June 2020, 18:43 pm

Hmmmm.


Post by LoVeth on 15 June 2020, 18:34 pm

Is good to know that the sectors covered by the survey include agriculture, mining, manufacturing, construction, wholesale, retail and services indicates an improvement in business conditions compared to the previous month.


Post by Longman1994 on 15 June 2020, 17:50 pm

great


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Okay


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Enlightenment


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Very informative


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Thanks for sharing


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Alright


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Nice update


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Nice


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This is not good


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Cool


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okay


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Nice


Post by hiphe on 15 June 2020, 14:19 pm

Well this is not the time to let ur employees go, cus things are hard even for most employees and even employers. Stocks are getting higher cus no one is buying them


Post by Ella on 15 June 2020, 14:17 pm

Good


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OK


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This is not good


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Good


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Ok


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Nice post


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Very good.


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Good


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effect of pandemic


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Not fair


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good


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Very good ooo


Post by ben001 on 15 June 2020, 11:42 am

gud


Post by Kolzy2003 on 15 June 2020, 11:30 am

Good. But i don't think its decreasing, unemployment is increasing everyday


Post by Dhimmalin on 15 June 2020, 11:19 am

Nigerian workforce was never on an increase. Many citizens roaming the streets have been unemployed, thousands of others self employed. So the pandemic simply pushed many more into the streets. The government will probably act shocked when they hear this too


Post by Udybliss1 on 15 June 2020, 10:55 am

Unemployment is Nigeria's biggest problem


Post by Drimzy on 15 June 2020, 10:43 am

The sectors covered by the survey include agriculture, mining, manufacturing, construction, wholesale, retail and services. The indices vary between 0 and 100, with a reading above 50 indicating an improvement in business conditions compared to the previous month.


Post by genee on 15 June 2020, 10:42 am

Nice


Post by Prosper11 on 15 June 2020, 10:40 am

Wow


Post by Hybrid on 15 June 2020, 10:38 am

Good update


Post by abiodun29 on 15 June 2020, 10:37 am

all is affected


Post by Haryobami117 on 15 June 2020, 10:35 am

Nice update


Post by Kuekue on 15 June 2020, 10:31 am

Retaining the workforce is good, but still pay them


Post by Nate2002 on 15 June 2020, 10:29 am

Hmm it is well


Post by Freshlife on 15 June 2020, 10:27 am

It is well


Post by Eagle13579 on 15 June 2020, 10:26 am

Hmmm


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Alright


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Nice


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Good update


Post by Falcao2023 on 15 June 2020, 09:54 am

Unbelievable


Post by Nosakhare08 on 15 June 2020, 09:50 am

Nice


Post by Emeeobobah10 on 15 June 2020, 09:48 am

PMI open your eyes please... This has been decreasing from ages


Post by Johnehis06 on 15 June 2020, 09:46 am

Nice update


Post by Bleeblee on 15 June 2020, 09:37 am

That's good


Post by Vanvickram on 15 June 2020, 09:33 am

k


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That is good


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Hmmm


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Good one


Post by Finestjega on 15 June 2020, 08:53 am

Alright


Post by Abdulazeez17 on 15 June 2020, 08:43 am

Employment is decreasing seriously


Post by Benzboi on 15 June 2020, 08:42 am

God see us through


Post by Annisky on 15 June 2020, 08:22 am

exactly employment in Nigeria has decreased marginally because there's no work there is no no source of income they ignore me the country is not helping there's a lot of drop out a lot of people will that work


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Hello


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Nice information


Post by Ritus on 15 June 2020, 08:04 am

Good


Post by Abbarukkaiya on 15 June 2020, 05:57 am

Employment is seriously decreasing everywhere not just in Nigeria


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Good Update from zayfun


Post by DonStrings on 15 June 2020, 04:58 am

Okay


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Well done


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It won't last long


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Great update


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Hmmm


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Ok


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Great


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Post by Realtim on 15 June 2020, 00:03 am

Good


Post by creamyluv68 on 14 June 2020, 23:39 pm

tanks for d information ????‍♀️


Post by Ifeco49 on 14 June 2020, 23:32 pm

Employment In Nigeria has always been bad but this pandemic worsen it


Post by OLUYEMIGHT on 14 June 2020, 23:26 pm

Thanks for the update


Post by Nazee76 on 14 June 2020, 22:57 pm

Unemployment in Nigeria has always been low


Post by Appealsamson on 14 June 2020, 22:11 pm

Good


Post by Layemo001 on 14 June 2020, 22:02 pm

Good


Post by ziond on 14 June 2020, 21:07 pm

Nice


Post by Afolabi005 on 14 June 2020, 21:05 pm

Good


Post by Faith Emakpor on 14 June 2020, 20:51 pm

Good help our generation


Post by Adigun02 on 14 June 2020, 20:47 pm

God save us our economy


Post by Kingarob on 14 June 2020, 20:46 pm

More updates pls?


Post by Sharon W on 14 June 2020, 20:44 pm

Coolest


Post by LoVeth on 14 June 2020, 20:34 pm

Government should help out in unemployment issue in Nigeria. It has always been the problem awe have in this county before covid 19


Post by HENRYALEX on 14 June 2020, 20:25 pm

Bad


Post by paulo gee on 14 June 2020, 20:20 pm

Cool


Post by Ay-Adams on 14 June 2020, 20:06 pm

Great


Post by Queen04 on 14 June 2020, 20:06 pm

Ok


Post by Merci on 14 June 2020, 20:01 pm

Great


Post by Emson on 14 June 2020, 19:48 pm

Loff


Post by Diana Eneje on 14 June 2020, 19:17 pm

K


Post by Freddybenson22 on 14 June 2020, 19:12 pm

Good


Post by Grande1234 on 14 June 2020, 19:05 pm

Very informative


Post by Tigersan on 14 June 2020, 18:59 pm

Ok


Post by Piktor on 14 June 2020, 18:59 pm

Good


Post by Andrew Wesley on 14 June 2020, 18:53 pm

Pmi


Post by Ecko on 14 June 2020, 18:07 pm

Federal Government should help out On Employment opportunities


Post by Adedamola2020 on 14 June 2020, 18:03 pm

Good


Post by zinibaby on 14 June 2020, 17:43 pm

Nigeria nawa oh


Post by Ifeoluwa27 on 14 June 2020, 17:38 pm

Good


Post by Abdulqoyyum on 14 June 2020, 16:39 pm

Good


Post by Percyblues on 14 June 2020, 16:38 pm

They should work on this


Post by glory4life on 14 June 2020, 16:07 pm

Yes


Post by Muhazino on 14 June 2020, 14:56 pm

It stated the private sector remained in a deep downturn during May, with rates of decline in output and new orders only slightly softer than the unprecedented falls recorded in April 2020.


Post by MEDICI on 14 June 2020, 14:43 pm

They should work on dis


Post by Prosper11 on 14 June 2020, 14:30 pm

Okay


Post by Ah_makah on 14 June 2020, 14:19 pm

Even before the drastic impacts of COVID 19, the employment level in Nigeria was really low. Now with this global pandemic, it even became worse. Our governments should just come to our rescue


Post by Dominica123 on 14 June 2020, 14:03 pm

Good


Post by Dzeremo on 14 June 2020, 13:57 pm

Informative


Post by Benny bills on 14 June 2020, 13:49 pm

Ok


Post by Drimzy on 14 June 2020, 13:32 pm

restrictions on operations, firms experienced delays to orders received which resulted in an increase in backlogs of work for the second month running. While suppliers’ delivery times shortened slightly, reduced activity requirements led to a second successive decline in input buying while inventory holdings fell.


Post by Emmytech07 on 14 June 2020, 13:09 pm

Hmmm


Post by Adeboye on 14 June 2020, 13:06 pm

Nice update


Post by Oladunni on 14 June 2020, 12:54 pm

Ok


Post by Ebube997 on 14 June 2020, 12:52 pm

Good one


Post by Abdulkareem on 14 June 2020, 12:50 pm

Thanks for sharing


Post by Sweetyng on 14 June 2020, 12:49 pm

Alright


Post by Omosuvie on 14 June 2020, 12:45 pm

Alright


Post by Lolita_pablo on 14 June 2020, 12:43 pm

Nice


Post by Queen on 14 June 2020, 12:37 pm

Nice post


Post by Presido234 on 14 June 2020, 12:21 pm

Okay


Post by Udybliss1 on 14 June 2020, 12:13 pm

Employment is seriously decreasing everywhere not just in Nigeria


Post by Oladimegy on 14 June 2020, 11:54 am

Ok


Post by chidosky40 on 14 June 2020, 11:23 am

Okay


Post by Franknero21 on 14 June 2020, 11:20 am

Sad


Post by Falcao2023 on 14 June 2020, 11:18 am

Nice


Post by Ochetom on 14 June 2020, 11:15 am

Good


Post by abiodun29 on 14 June 2020, 11:12 am

it alright


Post by Haryobami117 on 14 June 2020, 11:11 am

Nice one


Post by Ibrahim on 14 June 2020, 11:06 am

Thanks for the update Giftalworld


Post by Chizzyjasmin on 14 June 2020, 10:59 am

Yes


Post by Saheedimagination on 14 June 2020, 10:45 am

Good


Post by Hasiya on 14 June 2020, 10:42 am

Alright


Post by Praiz john on 14 June 2020, 10:25 am

So bad


Post by SMART2020 on 14 June 2020, 10:24 am

Wow


Post by Onyinye27 on 14 June 2020, 10:13 am

Well this is not the time to let ur employees go, cus things are hard even for most employees and even employers. Stocks are getting higher cus no one is buying them


Post by Eagle13579 on 14 June 2020, 10:00 am

Cool


Post by Ritus on 14 June 2020, 09:59 am

Hmm


Post by Ujunwa12345 on 14 June 2020, 09:38 am

Nice update


Post by Val4real on 14 June 2020, 09:27 am

ok


Post by Johnehis06 on 14 June 2020, 08:00 am

Nice update


Post by Commy1001 on 14 June 2020, 07:35 am

Yes


Post by oghiesamson on 14 June 2020, 07:32 am

Nice update


Post by Supremacy on 14 June 2020, 07:18 am

Yes, it's really increasing


Post by Annisky on 14 June 2020, 06:54 am

Yes that is a true talk Employment in Nigeria will continue to drop if proper action is not taken, and the will not do any good to our country, because it will increase rubbery and coruption in the state


Post by Miskeyboy on 14 June 2020, 06:04 am

Well this is not the time to let ur employees go, cus things are hard even for most employees and even employers. Stocks are getting higher cus no one is buying them


Post by firstabbey on 14 June 2020, 05:26 am

Yes


Post by [email protected] on 14 June 2020, 05:05 am

It decreasing a lot


Post by Oribams on 14 June 2020, 05:00 am

This isn't fair


Post by King G on 14 June 2020, 04:59 am

Okay


Post by Khosee on 14 June 2020, 04:23 am

Well this is not the time to let ur employees go, cus things are hard even for most employees and even employers. Stocks are getting higher cus no one is buying them


Post by Samtimti on 14 June 2020, 04:20 am

Good


Post by Candy90 on 14 June 2020, 03:52 am

Well


Post by Emmacharls on 14 June 2020, 02:56 am

Ok


Post by ELVIS2194 on 14 June 2020, 02:47 am

That's a good improvement


Post by Yinka2003 on 14 June 2020, 02:28 am

Its well. With all there has been no employment at all


Post by Solowise22 on 14 June 2020, 02:26 am

It's well


Post by Alama on 14 June 2020, 02:23 am

good


Post by Freshchris02 on 14 June 2020, 02:14 am

Hmmm


Post by Gina wealth on 14 June 2020, 02:07 am

Good


Post by Kolzy2003 on 14 June 2020, 02:05 am

No emploat all


Post by meggy wise on 14 June 2020, 01:57 am

Good


Post by Ademi on 14 June 2020, 01:39 am

That's good


Post by Ukpenzy1 on 14 June 2020, 01:38 am

Toh


Post by DonStrings on 14 June 2020, 01:23 am

Okay


Post by Young on 14 June 2020, 01:21 am

God our hope is in you


Post by The Unbeatable Michael on 14 June 2020, 01:13 am

God help us


Post by Giftal2020 on 14 June 2020, 00:38 am

We need a better Nigeria


Post by UgwuaroCasmir on 14 June 2020, 00:22 am

Okay


Post by Jaiye007 on 13 June 2020, 23:57 pm

Ok


Post by Abdulazeez17 on 13 June 2020, 22:52 pm

That very bad they should look for a solution


Post by Gechy4luv on 13 June 2020, 22:11 pm

Ok


Post by Avigson on 13 June 2020, 21:47 pm

Brilliant idea


Post by Ayomide on 13 June 2020, 21:29 pm

God will bless Nigeria


Post by Presido234 on 13 June 2020, 20:54 pm

Okay


Post by Zinnyzee01 on 13 June 2020, 19:48 pm

alright


Post by benbona on 13 June 2020, 19:24 pm

This is really serious


Post by Godyz on 13 June 2020, 19:17 pm

Nigerians needs to learn how to be self-employed


Post by Abdulqoyyum on 13 June 2020, 19:07 pm

Good


Post by ezymoni on 13 June 2020, 18:48 pm

Cool


Post by Eagle13579 on 13 June 2020, 18:42 pm

Good


Post by Emmanity on 13 June 2020, 18:41 pm

Companies should employ more so that the rate of unemployment can reduce.


Post by Realtim on 13 June 2020, 18:18 pm

The youths need to face the business of the 21st century.


Post by Lorenzo987 on 13 June 2020, 18:06 pm

All is well


Post by omohexy on 13 June 2020, 18:06 pm

About 98% of companies in Nigeria kept their workforce despite the negative impacts of coronavirus on business thereby resulting to employment in Nigeria decreasing marginally despite predictions to the contrary in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.


Post by Katebassey on 13 June 2020, 17:50 pm

Government has to do something is not easy at all


Post by Xtasharon on 13 June 2020, 17:46 pm

Nice


Post by Tenderheart on 13 June 2020, 17:40 pm

Hmm


Post by Benny bills on 13 June 2020, 17:09 pm

Good


Post by Zanteli on 13 June 2020, 16:46 pm

This is as a result of the pandemic


Post by Hommieking on 13 June 2020, 16:27 pm

Decrease ke ha let something be done oo


Post by Omosuvie on 13 June 2020, 16:02 pm

Ok


Post by Abdulkareem on 13 June 2020, 15:43 pm

Thanks for sharing


Post by Ukpenzy1 on 13 June 2020, 15:19 pm

Toh


Post by mustaphatg on 13 June 2020, 15:04 pm

good to no about it


Post by Grande1234 on 13 June 2020, 14:42 pm

Informative


Post by Drimzy on 13 June 2020, 14:18 pm

report further stated that due to the lockdown and restrictions on operations, firms experienced delays to orders received which resulted in an increase in backlogs of work for the second month running. While suppliers’ delivery times shortened slightly, reduced activity requirements led to a second successive decline in input buying while inventory holdings fell.


Post by Governor ThankGod on 13 June 2020, 13:13 pm

Ol


Post by Ritus on 13 June 2020, 13:12 pm

Hmm


Post by Miskeyboy on 13 June 2020, 13:06 pm

There hasn't be employment in Nigeria for years


Post by Faith_eloho on 13 June 2020, 12:30 pm

Goid


Post by Yinka2003 on 13 June 2020, 12:13 pm

There hasn't be employment in Nigeria for years


Post by Opeyemi679 on 13 June 2020, 11:40 am

I know


Post by Supremacy on 13 June 2020, 11:39 am

Only God can save us


Post by Sommycruz on 13 June 2020, 11:37 am

I thought as much


Post by Gina wealth on 13 June 2020, 11:35 am

Okay


Post by Okeypaul on 13 June 2020, 10:59 am

Yeah That's true So everybody have to sharp in thinking. Online business is the way now


Post by Referearn on 13 June 2020, 10:40 am

with rates of decline in output and new orders only slightly softer than the


Post by Dahneapz on 13 June 2020, 10:33 am

Nigerian future are at risk


Post by Jeph212 on 13 June 2020, 10:27 am

I think the future will be tough for Nigeria


Post by Dhimmalin on 13 June 2020, 10:23 am

Nigeria never really had much job opportunities, now with this pandemic, the little ones we were managing became extinct. But I believe with time, we will grow strong again. The unemployed will find their feet again


Post by Kolzy2003 on 13 June 2020, 10:11 am

The has been unemployment for years now dey re saying bits decreasing. There wasn't at all


Post by Cash090 on 13 June 2020, 09:58 am

Okay


Post by Saheedimagination on 13 June 2020, 09:44 am

Good


Post by Gwatez Brume on 13 June 2020, 09:42 am

Na wa


Post by ShalomB100 on 13 June 2020, 09:28 am

Employment reduction would be a good thing. Informative


Post by Hasiya on 13 June 2020, 09:18 am

Ok


Post by Queen on 13 June 2020, 09:08 am

Nice post


Post by Cheesom99 on 13 June 2020, 09:07 am

Govt has to do something


Post by Ibrahim22333 on 13 June 2020, 09:03 am

Ok


Post by Aliutoyyib 1103 on 13 June 2020, 09:02 am

Ok


Post by NiceTV on 13 June 2020, 08:39 am

As a result, employment in Nigeria decreased marginally despite predictions to the contrary in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.


Post by Albushreey on 13 June 2020, 08:34 am

Hmmmm, good update!


Post by Haryobami117 on 13 June 2020, 08:12 am

Nice one


Post by Vickyyo on 13 June 2020, 08:10 am

Good


Post by Bologi001 on 13 June 2020, 08:10 am

Okay


Post by Johnehis06 on 13 June 2020, 08:07 am

Nice update


Post by Davtv on 13 June 2020, 07:54 am

This issue need to be resolved


Post by DonStrings on 13 June 2020, 07:40 am

Good


Post by Emmytech07 on 13 June 2020, 07:39 am

Nice


Post by Anastesia20 on 13 June 2020, 07:24 am

Nice


Post by G-MONEY on 13 June 2020, 07:02 am

Gud


Post by Commy1001 on 13 June 2020, 06:41 am

Good


Post by Angelmeg on 13 June 2020, 06:38 am

Good


Post by Ochetom on 13 June 2020, 06:30 am

Nice


Post by Miracle97 on 13 June 2020, 06:17 am

Good


Post by Bobby1234 on 13 June 2020, 06:14 am

God will help us


Post by firstabbey on 13 June 2020, 06:14 am

Yes


Post by Chiomajesus on 13 June 2020, 06:10 am

that is true


Post by DANNY1001 on 13 June 2020, 06:01 am

Hmmm


Post by Adeyemo 2021 on 13 June 2020, 05:57 am

Ok


Post by Udybliss1 on 13 June 2020, 05:57 am

This is bad o


Post by [email protected] on 13 June 2020, 05:35 am

Yes oh


Post by John.j121 on 13 June 2020, 05:33 am

Interesting


Post by Prosper11 on 13 June 2020, 05:26 am

Ok


Post by Adaptable Fash on 13 June 2020, 04:56 am

It's well


Post by Coutinho Eni on 13 June 2020, 04:51 am

May God help us


Post by Ayomi on 13 June 2020, 04:49 am

God will help us


Post by Freshlife on 13 June 2020, 04:44 am

It is well


Post by Wapzeepaul on 13 June 2020, 04:35 am

God help us


Post by Stella25 on 13 June 2020, 04:06 am

Covid is real


Post by Ash4747 on 13 June 2020, 03:42 am

God help us stop d covid 19 period


Post by Sharon W on 13 June 2020, 03:33 am

Cool


Post by Candy90 on 13 June 2020, 03:31 am

Good


Post by Esther on 13 June 2020, 03:28 am

Nice


Post by Freshchris02 on 13 June 2020, 03:25 am

Hmm


Post by oghiesamson on 13 June 2020, 03:24 am

Nice update


Post by Emmacharls on 13 June 2020, 03:19 am

Ys


Post by Andrew Wesley on 13 June 2020, 03:05 am

Lol


Post by Rothrock on 13 June 2020, 02:49 am

Okay


Post by Emson on 13 June 2020, 02:34 am

Cool


Post by Favybas on 13 June 2020, 02:30 am

Nice one


Post by jessychi on 13 June 2020, 02:24 am

Good


Post by Samtimti on 13 June 2020, 02:20 am

Good


Post by Lolita_pablo on 13 June 2020, 02:12 am

Cool


Post by paulo gee on 13 June 2020, 02:02 am

Cool


Post by Anakari4u on 13 June 2020, 02:02 am

Good news


Post by Oladimegy on 13 June 2020, 01:57 am

Ok


Post by Solowise22 on 13 June 2020, 01:46 am

Bad news


Post by Sweetyng on 13 June 2020, 01:40 am

Too bad


Post by pinkybaby on 13 June 2020, 01:39 am

Too bad


Post by Diana Eneje on 13 June 2020, 01:35 am

Mil


Post by njluv on 13 June 2020, 01:32 am

Too bad


Post by Tora on 13 June 2020, 01:17 am

Yeah no lie


Post by Phenomenal on 13 June 2020, 01:12 am

Too bad


Post by Hasiya on 13 June 2020, 00:56 am

Okay


Post by Realtim on 13 June 2020, 00:05 am

Nice update


Post by Faithydejo on 12 June 2020, 23:47 pm

Okay


Post by Gechy4luv on 12 June 2020, 23:42 pm

Ok


Post by Prosper11 on 12 June 2020, 23:25 pm

Hdh


Post by Omosuvie on 12 June 2020, 22:57 pm

Ok


Post by Sadiq2001 on 12 June 2020, 22:18 pm

gud update


Post by Stanzee on 12 June 2020, 22:06 pm

Good


Post by Emmanuel_es_CEO on 12 June 2020, 22:06 pm

Issoright


Post by zinibaby on 12 June 2020, 21:52 pm

virus caused it


Post by kingso009 on 12 June 2020, 21:48 pm

Great


Post by Esimmy on 12 June 2020, 21:41 pm

So so terrible


Post by FloJ on 12 June 2020, 21:31 pm

Mad


Post by Merci on 12 June 2020, 21:03 pm

Wonderful


Post by Lastadek on 12 June 2020, 21:01 pm

Nice


Post by sunnyson on 12 June 2020, 20:36 pm

Okay


Post by Bleeblee on 12 June 2020, 20:09 pm

Nice update


Post by Casimir007 on 12 June 2020, 19:56 pm

Nice update


Post by Kellyjb on 12 June 2020, 19:54 pm

So poor


Post by Ayomide on 12 June 2020, 19:44 pm

nice


Post by Cash090 on 12 June 2020, 19:44 pm

Nice


Post by Presido234 on 12 June 2020, 19:42 pm

Okay


Post by Justpriceless on 12 June 2020, 19:31 pm

Here's the major source of youth challenges


Post by Summer on 12 June 2020, 19:06 pm

Nice


Post by Emeeobobah10 on 12 June 2020, 19:05 pm

There's no employment before.. which one now decreased


Post by Offor234 on 12 June 2020, 18:51 pm

Nice


Post by Progzy on 12 June 2020, 18:32 pm

you people wee sack your destiny


Post by hulahronke63 on 12 June 2020, 18:32 pm

Ok


Post by Lolita_pablo on 12 June 2020, 18:21 pm

Nice updates


Post by Jay_dee on 12 June 2020, 18:13 pm

Nice


Post by Daddy on 12 June 2020, 17:59 pm

nice


Post by Surdii123 on 12 June 2020, 17:56 pm

Nt good oo


Post by Adaora2000 on 12 June 2020, 17:56 pm

Good


Post by Haryobami117 on 12 June 2020, 17:44 pm

Nice one


Post by Highdee on 12 June 2020, 17:43 pm

That's amazing


Post by Anastic223 on 12 June 2020, 17:40 pm

What a good update


Post by Omobola01 on 12 June 2020, 17:33 pm

Devastating


Post by WWE on 12 June 2020, 17:28 pm

All because of the pandemic


Post by Benny bills on 12 June 2020, 17:27 pm

Nice


Post by Yusufronk on 12 June 2020, 17:21 pm

Nice


Post by Jennychizzy on 12 June 2020, 16:35 pm

Improvement


Post by Appealsamson on 12 June 2020, 16:35 pm

Nice


Post by Yung Nicki on 12 June 2020, 16:26 pm

Nice


Post by Kingwale007 on 12 June 2020, 16:20 pm

Thank God its not drastically


Post by Oladimegy on 12 June 2020, 16:10 pm

Ok


Post by Oma bush on 12 June 2020, 15:59 pm

Ok


Post by ladygaga on 12 June 2020, 15:56 pm

The report further stated that due to the lockdown and restrictions on operations, firms experienced delays to orders received which resulted in an increase in backlogs of work for the second month running. While suppliers’ delivery times shortened slightly, reduced activity requirements led to a second successive decline in input buying while inventory holdings fell. The Nigeria PMI report is a weighted average of the following five indices: New Orders (30%), Output (25%), Employment (20%), Suppliers’ Delivery Times (15%) and Stocks of Purchases (10%). It showed an increase in companies’ selling prices at a marked pace in May as a result of the higher purchase costs and the rate of output price inflation accelerated to a new record level.


Post by Dupyem on 12 June 2020, 15:42 pm

Alright


Post by Chidera El on 12 June 2020, 15:33 pm

About 98 percent companies in Nigeria kept their workforce despite the negative impacts of coronavirus on business,the Nigeria Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) report has revealed.


Post by omohexy on 12 June 2020, 15:24 pm

This is really serious. Thanks for the information


Post by Grande1234 on 12 June 2020, 15:08 pm

Very informative


Post by Ukpenzy1 on 12 June 2020, 14:41 pm

Toh


Post by Greavine on 12 June 2020, 14:35 pm

Kk


Post by Supremacy on 12 June 2020, 14:31 pm

Thanks for this


Post by Utibe256 on 12 June 2020, 14:26 pm

The issue of unemployment in this country is something to be dealt with


Post by Governor ThankGod on 12 June 2020, 14:16 pm

Okay


Post by Olabala322 on 12 June 2020, 14:07 pm

Thanks for the update


Post by Abdulkareem on 12 June 2020, 13:49 pm

Thanks for the update


Post by Nonso Nna on 12 June 2020, 13:46 pm

When will unemployment issues stop in Our country


Post by Ekezie7 on 12 June 2020, 13:31 pm

Okay


Post by Yinka2003 on 12 June 2020, 13:28 pm

There has been no employment in the country for long


Post by Percyblues on 12 June 2020, 13:27 pm

Nice


Post by UgwuaroCasmir on 12 June 2020, 13:10 pm

Poor standard of development in the country


Post by ShalomB100 on 12 June 2020, 12:58 pm

Unemployment in Nigeria has been for a long time even before the pandemic and it's increasing daily


Post by Nico on 12 June 2020, 12:53 pm

I don't believe this


Post by Solowise22 on 12 June 2020, 12:52 pm

Great


Post by Gina wealth on 12 June 2020, 12:46 pm

Nice one


Post by Ah_makah on 12 June 2020, 11:59 am

Nigeria has a lot of unemployed citizens even before the pandemic. Now with this harsh effects of the pandemic, more citizens are now left unemployed drastically increasing the number of unemployment. This is really sad and it’s not even like we have a working president


Post by LoVeth on 12 June 2020, 11:47 am

Nice


Post by Emmanity on 12 June 2020, 11:44 am

The employment that wasn't there now decreasing.God will help us.


Post by Kolzy2003 on 12 June 2020, 11:42 am

There has been no employment for years


Post by ibrahimyasir on 12 June 2020, 11:35 am

Nice one


Post by Alama on 12 June 2020, 11:34 am

Good


Post by Opaluwad on 12 June 2020, 11:33 am

Nice one.


Post by Albushreey on 12 June 2020, 10:50 am

Hmmmm,nice update!


Post by Julibish24 on 12 June 2020, 10:42 am

Okk


Post by Freshlife on 12 June 2020, 10:31 am

It is well


Post by Sammybass on 12 June 2020, 10:28 am

Its well


Post by Tenderheart on 12 June 2020, 10:27 am

Ok


Post by Delex123 on 12 June 2020, 10:21 am

Weldone


Post by Saheedimagination on 12 June 2020, 10:11 am

Good


Post by Ibrahim22333 on 12 June 2020, 10:08 am

Ok


Post by Emmytech07 on 12 June 2020, 10:03 am

Hummm


Post by Queen on 12 June 2020, 10:01 am

Nice post


Post by Udybliss1 on 12 June 2020, 09:59 am

Ok


Post by DonStrings on 12 June 2020, 09:50 am

Nice


Post by Commy1001 on 12 June 2020, 09:49 am

Thanks


Post by Eagle13579 on 12 June 2020, 09:44 am

Why won't it decreased


Post by Onyinye27 on 12 June 2020, 09:36 am

As a result, employment in Nigeria decreased marginally despite predictions to the contrary in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.


Post by Angelmeg on 12 June 2020, 09:35 am

Thank you


Post by omalemicky on 12 June 2020, 09:15 am

Very informative, thank you.


Post by SMART2020 on 12 June 2020, 08:30 am

Nice


Post by Bologi001 on 12 June 2020, 08:28 am

Good


Post by Bologi001 on 12 June 2020, 08:28 am

Good


Post by Johnehis06 on 12 June 2020, 08:14 am

Nice update


Post by Ayomi on 12 June 2020, 08:14 am

Really informative


Post by Ademi on 12 June 2020, 08:11 am

That's good


Post by Babs2018 on 12 June 2020, 08:06 am

Ok


Post by Vanvickram on 12 June 2020, 07:58 am

K


Post by Coutinho Eni on 12 June 2020, 07:21 am

Ok


Post by Parcel1 on 12 June 2020, 07:06 am

Introducing it


Post by Eucharia91 on 12 June 2020, 01:15 am

Hmmm


Post by Grande1234 on 11 June 2020, 19:20 pm

Really informative


Post by _chyomah on 11 June 2020, 18:36 pm

Hmm


Post by Yvonne01 on 11 June 2020, 18:34 pm

Not too good


Post by Faith_eloho on 11 June 2020, 18:27 pm

Good to heqr


Post by Faith_eloho on 11 June 2020, 18:27 pm

Good to heqr


Post by Awuhe on 11 June 2020, 18:14 pm

Informative


Post by Faith Emakpor on 11 June 2020, 17:54 pm

God will see us through


Post by Esther on 11 June 2020, 17:52 pm

Good


Post by Ayobami70 on 11 June 2020, 17:19 pm

Good


Post by Smile4wahab on 11 June 2020, 16:52 pm

May Almighty God help us out


Post by Hans on 11 June 2020, 16:43 pm

Ok


Post by Ashetaye on 11 June 2020, 16:26 pm

Okay


Post by ELVIS2194 on 11 June 2020, 16:00 pm

True


Post by Oladimegy on 11 June 2020, 16:00 pm

Ok


Post by Gercek on 11 June 2020, 15:55 pm

That's true


Post by Opeyemidx on 11 June 2020, 15:55 pm

Okay ooo


Post by Bitrus danjuma on 11 June 2020, 15:38 pm

That's true


Post by Supremacy on 11 June 2020, 15:05 pm

Our tomorrow will surely better


Post by Greavine on 11 June 2020, 14:43 pm

KK


Post by Candy90 on 11 June 2020, 14:43 pm

Good


Post by Benny bills on 11 June 2020, 14:17 pm

It's well


Post by Ajima1 on 11 June 2020, 13:42 pm

It shall be well


Post by Ibrahim22333 on 11 June 2020, 13:33 pm

Nice update


Post by Udybliss1 on 11 June 2020, 12:46 pm

Ok


Post by Gidi2021 on 11 June 2020, 12:39 pm

Bad news


Post by LoVeth on 11 June 2020, 12:31 pm

Nice


Post by Chidera El on 11 June 2020, 12:30 pm

Chaii Bad News


Post by Val4real on 11 June 2020, 12:25 pm

nice


Post by Summer on 11 June 2020, 12:06 pm

NIce


Post by Agu on 11 June 2020, 12:02 pm

Nigeria is really getting money from this bad sickness, God should help us


Post by Abdulkareem on 11 June 2020, 12:00 pm

Thanks for sharing


Post by Alama on 11 June 2020, 11:56 am

okay


Post by Kingwale007 on 11 June 2020, 11:49 am

Than


Post by ibrahimyasir on 11 June 2020, 11:49 am

Ok


Post by Hybrid on 11 June 2020, 11:31 am

Good


Post by hiphe on 11 June 2020, 11:30 am

The sectors covered by the survey include agriculture, mining, manufacturing, construction, wholesale, retail and services. The indices vary between 0 and 100, with a reading above 50 indicating an improvement in business conditions compared to the previous month.


Post by Julibish24 on 11 June 2020, 11:24 am

So bad


Post by charles--sam on 11 June 2020, 10:36 am

Okay


Post by Drimzy on 11 June 2020, 10:23 am

The sectors covered by the survey include agriculture, mining, manufacturing, construction, wholesale, retail and services. The indices vary between 0 and 100, with a reading above 50 indicating an improvement in business conditions compared to the previous month.


Post by Mr.AJK on 11 June 2020, 10:19 am

As a result, employment in Nigeria decreased marginally despite predictions to the contrary in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.


Post by Ujunwa12345 on 11 June 2020, 10:09 am

Okay


Post by Freshchris02 on 11 June 2020, 10:09 am

Hmm


Post by Vanvickram on 11 June 2020, 10:03 am

k


Post by Bleeblee on 11 June 2020, 09:55 am

Ok


Post by DonStrings on 11 June 2020, 09:25 am

Okay


Post by Albushreey on 11 June 2020, 09:15 am

Okay


Post by Dhimmalin on 11 June 2020, 09:13 am

It hasn’t been easy this past months, but the govt can also help put them back into the working system. There are many unemployed already , now the number just tripled


Post by Haryobami117 on 11 June 2020, 08:41 am

This getting out control o


Post by Queen on 11 June 2020, 08:37 am

Nice post


Post by Freshlife on 11 June 2020, 08:31 am

It is well


Post by Onyinye27 on 11 June 2020, 08:19 am

Furthermore, the rate of purchase cost inflation hit a record high for the second month running, with the scarcity of materials, currency weakness and higher costs relating to logistics leading to higher purchase prices.


Post by Levi on 11 June 2020, 08:17 am

Cool


Post by Johnehis06 on 11 June 2020, 08:01 am

Nice update


Post by Referearn on 11 June 2020, 07:51 am

PLC, is a collection of economic indicators obtained from monthly


Post by Velah on 11 June 2020, 07:35 am

Nigeria is really making money via covid 19 of a thing


Post by Abdulazeez17 on 11 June 2020, 07:22 am

It's getting out of hand


Post by Coutinho Eni on 11 June 2020, 07:21 am

Okay oo


Post by Emmytech07 on 11 June 2020, 07:13 am

Nice


Post by Amigonina on 11 June 2020, 06:56 am

Interesting


Post by Annisky on 11 June 2020, 06:34 am

Employment in Nigeria is always low. And it will be worst


Post by Miskeyboy on 11 June 2020, 06:33 am

That's what bad government can cause


Post by ogechiblessing on 11 June 2020, 06:15 am

Very good


Post by Mustycruz77 on 11 June 2020, 06:10 am

Yeah


Post by Adeyemo 2021 on 11 June 2020, 04:55 am

Ok


Post by Oribams on 11 June 2020, 04:54 am

That's what bad government can cause


Post by Favybas on 11 June 2020, 04:19 am

Good job


Post by Andrew Wesley on 11 June 2020, 04:10 am

Pmi


Post by The Unbeatable Michael on 11 June 2020, 04:02 am

Good


Post by Saheedimagination on 11 June 2020, 03:42 am

Good


Post by Emmacharls on 11 June 2020, 03:41 am

Ok


Post by Samtimti on 11 June 2020, 03:37 am

Good


Post by Adaora2000 on 11 June 2020, 03:09 am

Government has a lot to do


Post by Sharon W on 11 June 2020, 02:56 am

Pmi


Post by Ecko on 11 June 2020, 02:33 am

Government should seat well


Post by Gina wealth on 11 June 2020, 02:24 am

Good


Post by Avigson on 11 June 2020, 02:09 am

That's horrible


Post by Ukpenzy1 on 11 June 2020, 02:05 am

Okay


Post by drip_cyndy on 11 June 2020, 01:41 am

Furthermore, the rate of purchase cost inflation hit a record high for the second month running, with the scarcity of materials, currency weakness and higher costs relating to logistics leading to higher purchase prices.


Post by paulo gee on 11 June 2020, 01:30 am

pmi


Post by pinkybaby on 11 June 2020, 01:21 am

Great


Post by GloRiouS on 11 June 2020, 00:35 am

Ok


Post by Dominica123 on 11 June 2020, 00:19 am

Good


Post by The Unbeatable Michael on 10 June 2020, 23:37 pm

Nawaoo


Post by Katebassey on 10 June 2020, 23:20 pm

Hmmmmmm


Post by Abdulqoyyum on 10 June 2020, 23:02 pm

Employment in Nigeria


Post by Daddy on 10 June 2020, 22:48 pm

ok


Post by Ayomide on 10 June 2020, 22:44 pm

ok


Post by Egeneja1010 on 10 June 2020, 21:54 pm

Ok


Post by Chisom782 on 10 June 2020, 21:26 pm

Okay thanks


Post by Meesin on 10 June 2020, 20:43 pm

the rate of purchase cost inflation hit a record high for the second month running, with the scarcity of materials, currency weakness and higher costs relating to logistics leading to higher purchase prices.


Post by Oyeyemiezekiel1313 on 10 June 2020, 20:24 pm

Great


Post by Freshlife on 10 June 2020, 20:19 pm

It is well


Post by hayabusa on 10 June 2020, 19:39 pm

Gut


Post by Lilian112 on 10 June 2020, 19:35 pm

I hope it would decrease oo


Post by Ebube997 on 10 June 2020, 19:10 pm

Hmmm


Post by Uthailey on 10 June 2020, 19:03 pm

I hope it will decrease in deed especially during this period.


Post by Grande1234 on 10 June 2020, 19:00 pm

This is very informative


Post by Longman1994 on 10 June 2020, 18:50 pm

great


Post by omalemicky on 10 June 2020, 18:14 pm

I don't think your analysis is true.


Post by Eucharia91 on 10 June 2020, 17:46 pm

Hmmm


Post by Kingwale007 on 10 June 2020, 17:45 pm

Thank God its not drastic


Post by Faith Emakpor on 10 June 2020, 17:25 pm

That's not nice at all


Post by Ujunwa12345 on 10 June 2020, 17:11 pm

That is a good news


Post by Trendyluk on 10 June 2020, 16:10 pm

I dont think this is a good analysis


Post by Abdulkareem on 10 June 2020, 15:52 pm

That is a good news


Post by Emmanuel01 on 10 June 2020, 15:13 pm

Hmmmmm


Post by Amarachi_vee on 10 June 2020, 14:43 pm

Nice


Post by Albushreey on 10 June 2020, 14:10 pm

Good


Post by Sirtt4 on 10 June 2020, 13:53 pm

Nice


Post by meggy wise on 10 June 2020, 13:46 pm

It is well


Post by UgwuaroCasmir on 10 June 2020, 13:45 pm

This doesn't look good


Post by Gina wealth on 10 June 2020, 13:41 pm

It is well


Post by Drimzy on 10 June 2020, 13:07 pm

The sectors covered by the survey include agriculture, mining, manufacturing, construction, wholesale, retail and services. The indices vary between 0 and 100, with a reading above 50 indicating an improvement in business conditions compared to the previous month.


Post by Hybrid on 10 June 2020, 12:39 pm

Ok


Post by Onyinye27 on 10 June 2020, 12:18 pm

The private sector remained in a deep downturn during May


Post by Timmah1983 on 10 June 2020, 12:11 pm

Good


Post by Ademi on 10 June 2020, 12:09 pm

Was there employment before


Post by Oladimegy on 10 June 2020, 11:24 am

Good


Post by Katey on 10 June 2020, 11:14 am

ok


Post by Benny bills on 10 June 2020, 11:13 am

Good


Post by Vanvickram on 10 June 2020, 10:49 am

k


Post by Falcao2023 on 10 June 2020, 10:31 am

Great


Post by olajide386 on 10 June 2020, 10:21 am

Nice one


Post by Ochetom on 10 June 2020, 10:13 am

Good


Post by Morazzy on 10 June 2020, 09:54 am

Ok..nice


Post by Emkay on 10 June 2020, 09:53 am

Nice one


Post by oghiesamson on 10 June 2020, 09:51 am

Nice update


Post by Dhimmalin on 10 June 2020, 09:35 am

Nigeria should start doing better


Post by LoVeth on 10 June 2020, 09:33 am

Okay


Post by Kolzy2003 on 10 June 2020, 09:32 am

There has been no employment for years that's why students want to go to skl in other better countries than this so called Nigeria


Post by Yinka2003 on 10 June 2020, 09:31 am

There has been no employments for years and our leaders look over it.


Post by Ukpenzy1 on 10 June 2020, 09:24 am

Ok


Post by charles--sam on 10 June 2020, 09:22 am

Okay


Post by Favybas on 10 June 2020, 09:21 am

Thank you for the update


Post by Emmach on 10 June 2020, 08:51 am

Yaa


Post by ogechiblessing on 10 June 2020, 08:47 am

Nice one


Post by Julibish24 on 10 June 2020, 08:38 am

Yes oh


Post by Queen on 10 June 2020, 08:35 am

Nice post


Post by Odiespaul on 10 June 2020, 08:30 am

Good news


Post by Udybliss1 on 10 June 2020, 08:08 am

Kkk


Post by Johnehis06 on 10 June 2020, 08:07 am

Nice update


Post by Bologi001 on 10 June 2020, 07:58 am

Fantastic


Post by Haryobami117 on 10 June 2020, 07:29 am

Nice one.. very good


Post by DonStrings on 10 June 2020, 07:28 am

Okay


Post by Coutinho Eni on 10 June 2020, 07:16 am

Fantastic


Post by Samtimti on 10 June 2020, 06:50 am

Good


Post by Ibukun911 on 10 June 2020, 06:19 am

The private sector remained in a deep downturn during May


Post by Freshchris02 on 10 June 2020, 05:55 am

Bad


Post by Saheedimagination on 10 June 2020, 05:40 am

Good empowerment


Post by Emeeobobah10 on 10 June 2020, 04:36 am

Employment has never increased before seems I was born


Post by Miskeyboy on 10 June 2020, 04:35 am

We don't even need a report to know this


Post by Adebayo on 10 June 2020, 04:20 am

We hope for better


Post by Andrew Wesley on 10 June 2020, 03:51 am

pmi


Post by King G on 10 June 2020, 03:42 am

Fabulous


Post by Diana Eneje on 10 June 2020, 03:13 am

Cool


Post by Oribams on 10 June 2020, 02:59 am

We don't even need a report to know this


Post by Sharon W on 10 June 2020, 02:48 am

Gud


Post by Haybestenupe on 10 June 2020, 02:37 am

Fantastic


Post by Ekezie7 on 10 June 2020, 02:10 am

Hmmmm


Post by Emmacharls on 10 June 2020, 02:10 am

Yes


Post by Emson on 10 June 2020, 02:09 am

Pmi


Post by Praise on 10 June 2020, 02:07 am

Hmm


Post by Spartacus111 on 10 June 2020, 01:58 am

This country has expired


Post by Phebrad on 10 June 2020, 01:57 am

Naija always


Post by Nicole10 on 10 June 2020, 01:54 am

Interesting


Post by DANNY1001 on 10 June 2020, 01:44 am

God help us


Post by Justpriceless on 10 June 2020, 01:41 am

We gat no choice


Post by Shedrack on 10 June 2020, 01:33 am

Chai


Post by Jane George on 10 June 2020, 00:36 am

Currency weakness


Post by Ebube997 on 10 June 2020, 00:35 am

Ok


Post by Adaptable Fash on 09 June 2020, 20:47 pm

Okay.


Post by Praise on 09 June 2020, 20:14 pm

Chai


Post by Freshchris02 on 09 June 2020, 20:12 pm

Hmm


Post by Meesin on 09 June 2020, 20:00 pm

the rate of purchase cost inflation hit a record high for the second month running, with the scarcity of materials, currency weakness and higher costs relating to logistics leading to higher purchase prices.


Post by DANNY1001 on 09 June 2020, 18:41 pm

Alright


Post by kene.o on 09 June 2020, 18:27 pm

Okay okay


Post by Katey on 09 June 2020, 18:23 pm

The way things are going; it's only God that can save us in this our country Nigeria


Post by Anakari4u on 09 June 2020, 18:00 pm

Good news


Post by Wapzeepaul on 09 June 2020, 17:13 pm

Bad news


Post by Emmanity on 09 June 2020, 16:57 pm

God will help us in this country.


Post by Uzojane on 09 June 2020, 16:34 pm

Nawa. It is well o


Post by Xtasharon on 09 June 2020, 16:21 pm

Hmmmm


Post by Benny bills on 09 June 2020, 16:07 pm

Okey oh


Post by hayabusa on 09 June 2020, 15:53 pm

Ewo


Post by Dhimmalin on 09 June 2020, 15:10 pm

The number of unemployed has now even increased. When we’re battling with many already


Post by Kingwale007 on 09 June 2020, 15:10 pm

We need this job opportunity in this pandemic period


Post by Destiny101010 on 09 June 2020, 15:05 pm

Job opportunity needed


Post by Lady Hossy on 09 June 2020, 14:57 pm

Wow


Post by Oladimegy on 09 June 2020, 14:46 pm

Okay


Post by Greavine on 09 June 2020, 14:37 pm

Kk


Post by Tigersan on 09 June 2020, 14:34 pm

Ok


Post by Ukpenzy1 on 09 June 2020, 14:27 pm

Ok


Post by Hybrid on 09 June 2020, 14:19 pm

Ok


Post by Chidera El on 09 June 2020, 13:40 pm

Bad News because we don't even have a job at the first place


Post by Siki on 09 June 2020, 13:39 pm

No money like that


Post by oghiesamson on 09 June 2020, 13:36 pm

Hmmmmm


Post by Percyblues on 09 June 2020, 13:34 pm

Hmm


Post by Zinne on 09 June 2020, 13:07 pm

There never was employment, unemployment just got worse


Post by Spikyspiky on 09 June 2020, 12:46 pm

Although business confidence dropped to a 29 month low in May, the rate of contraction is easing slightly as a result of relaxing the lockdown restrictions.


Post by ELVIS2194 on 09 June 2020, 12:13 pm

Hmm


Post by Grande1234 on 09 June 2020, 12:03 pm

Hmm


Post by hiphe on 09 June 2020, 11:50 am

showed an increase in companies’ selling prices at a marked pace in May as a result of the higher purchase costs and the rate of output price inflation accelerated to a new record level.


Post by Falcao2023 on 09 June 2020, 11:38 am

Cool


Post by Ayomi on 09 June 2020, 11:36 am

Regular routine


Post by Ademi on 09 June 2020, 10:34 am

As if there was employment before


Post by Yinka2003 on 09 June 2020, 10:32 am

There has been no employment right from time


Post by Omosuvie on 09 June 2020, 10:28 am

Ok


Post by mercyogbenjuwa on 09 June 2020, 10:14 am

Good news


Post by Ifyobi on 09 June 2020, 09:53 am

Nice one


Post by Freddybenson22 on 09 June 2020, 09:35 am

Thanks


Post by Gercek on 09 June 2020, 09:33 am

Thanks for sharing


Post by Olufranca on 09 June 2020, 09:32 am

Nice one


Post by Purity Dale on 09 June 2020, 09:31 am

Thanks for sharing


Post by Amara221 on 09 June 2020, 09:30 am

Nice one though


Post by Babs2018 on 09 June 2020, 09:29 am

Ok


Post by _chyomah on 09 June 2020, 09:19 am

Wow


Post by Kolzy2003 on 09 June 2020, 09:14 am

There has been less employment in Nigeria for years


Post by damibakare on 09 June 2020, 09:10 am

Well... That's how it has to be now


Post by Lolita_pablo on 09 June 2020, 09:08 am

Wow that's great


Post by Solofish on 09 June 2020, 09:08 am

Great news


Post by Cutemama on 09 June 2020, 09:04 am

It has never increased before . employment in this country is based on connection


Post by samvic97 on 09 June 2020, 09:04 am

Imagine.. No enough employment b4 nw it decreasing


Post by Ifeanyi20 on 09 June 2020, 08:53 am

It showed an increase in companies’ selling prices at a marked pace in May as a result of the higher purchase costs and the rate of output price inflation accelerated to a new record level.


Post by Adeniyi oluwole on 09 June 2020, 08:48 am

This is not good at all


Post by odunchristi on 09 June 2020, 08:42 am

Because everyone nowadays are becoming entrepreneurs


Post by Vanvickram on 09 June 2020, 08:39 am

K


Post by 2002zwelin on 09 June 2020, 08:38 am

Hmm ok


Post by omohexy on 09 June 2020, 08:32 am

It has never increased before . employment in this country is based on connection


Post by Onyinye27 on 09 June 2020, 08:27 am

Nice


Post by Ayomide on 09 June 2020, 08:26 am

is okay


Post by Haref on 09 June 2020, 08:06 am

We tried then.


Post by Olabala322 on 09 June 2020, 07:55 am

Great


Post by Dominica123 on 09 June 2020, 07:46 am

Nice


Post by Vickyyo on 09 June 2020, 07:42 am

Hmm hmmm


Post by Timmah1983 on 09 June 2020, 07:40 am

Ok


Post by Nate2002 on 09 June 2020, 07:37 am

Its a considerable option


Post by DonStrings on 09 June 2020, 07:30 am

True


Post by Queen on 09 June 2020, 07:28 am

Nice post


Post by Haryobami117 on 09 June 2020, 07:22 am

True talk


Post by Dezmond on 09 June 2020, 07:22 am

Wow


Post by Julibish24 on 09 June 2020, 07:20 am

So true


Post by Samtimti on 09 June 2020, 07:15 am

Good


Post by Alama on 09 June 2020, 07:09 am

Good


Post by Johnehis06 on 09 June 2020, 07:07 am

Nice update


Post by Emmytech07 on 09 June 2020, 07:02 am

Hun


Post by ogechiblessing on 09 June 2020, 07:01 am

Great one


Post by Evan2468 on 09 June 2020, 06:41 am

Cool


Post by Freshlife on 09 June 2020, 06:32 am

It is well


Post by G-MONEY on 09 June 2020, 06:30 am

Dope


Post by Patoo443 on 09 June 2020, 06:29 am

That's why everyone has to become an entrepreneur


Post by Udybliss1 on 09 June 2020, 06:26 am

Ok


Post by Coutinho Eni on 09 June 2020, 06:19 am

Uhhhh so sad ????


Post by Emeeobobah10 on 09 June 2020, 06:13 am

Not good to hear.. upgrading please


Post by Tochi119 on 09 June 2020, 05:25 am

Nice


Post by Miskeyboy on 09 June 2020, 04:56 am

Although business confidence dropped to a 29 month low in May, the rate of contraction is easing slightly as a result of relaxing the lockdown restrictions.


Post by MrNUEL on 09 June 2020, 04:31 am

Interesting to hear


Post by Saheedimagination on 09 June 2020, 04:29 am

Good


Post by Emmacharls on 09 June 2020, 03:12 am

Yes oo


Post by Thomasking on 09 June 2020, 02:58 am

Okay good


Post by Nosakhare08 on 09 June 2020, 02:49 am

Okay


Post by Justpriceless on 09 June 2020, 02:46 am

This has been the case for long


Post by Perpy001 on 09 June 2020, 02:07 am

Great


Post by Diana Eneje on 09 June 2020, 02:03 am

Gud


Post by Ehizrespect on 09 June 2020, 01:55 am

Fantastic


Post by Adebayo on 09 June 2020, 01:41 am

That's fine


Post by Perky on 09 June 2020, 01:34 am

Gods blessing


Post by Matthew789 on 09 June 2020, 01:18 am

Great


Post by Chudii Yoo on 09 June 2020, 01:07 am

nice updates from giftalworld


Post by Dlaw195 on 09 June 2020, 01:02 am

Nice one


Post by Edenz on 08 June 2020, 23:30 pm

Although business confidence dropped to a 29 month low in May, the rate of contraction is easing slightly as a result of relaxing the lockdown restrictions.


Post by mercyogbenjuwa on 08 June 2020, 23:19 pm

Nice update


Post by Ebube997 on 08 June 2020, 22:49 pm

Nice


Post by Ezekielcomfort on 08 June 2020, 22:38 pm

Nice one


Post by Afeez4 on 08 June 2020, 22:17 pm

That a good news information


Post by JimiSolade on 08 June 2020, 22:11 pm

Great news to hear


Post by Dawas44 on 08 June 2020, 21:39 pm

Nice


Post by Trendyluk on 08 June 2020, 20:59 pm

I dont think so


Post by Emmanity on 08 June 2020, 20:52 pm

God help us all.


Post by Merci on 08 June 2020, 20:46 pm

Nice


Post by Slimolar2 on 08 June 2020, 20:43 pm

Nice


Post by Inori02 on 08 June 2020, 20:17 pm

Nice


Post by Freshlife on 08 June 2020, 19:51 pm

It is well


Post by Deborah7 on 08 June 2020, 19:20 pm

This pandemic should please go away


Post by Spikyspiky on 08 June 2020, 18:29 pm

Thus pandemic should just go


Post by Casimir007 on 08 June 2020, 18:22 pm

Really cool


Post by Abdulqoyyum on 08 June 2020, 18:21 pm

Nice


Post by hulahronke63 on 08 June 2020, 18:12 pm

Hmm


Post by LupitaK2020 on 08 June 2020, 18:09 pm

Oh wow. That's really bad. But it will change as time goes by


Post by omohexy on 08 June 2020, 18:02 pm

Thanks for the update


Post by Faith Emakpor on 08 June 2020, 17:55 pm

God help us


Post by Waris007 on 08 June 2020, 17:46 pm

Nice


Post by Joprince on 08 June 2020, 18:26 pm

Cool


Post by Yung Nicki on 08 June 2020, 18:18 pm

Good


Post by KINGOMAR on 08 June 2020, 17:57 pm

Good


Post by Haryobami117 on 08 June 2020, 17:56 pm

Well Good sha


Post by Benny bills on 08 June 2020, 17:50 pm

Good


Post by Oladimegy on 08 June 2020, 17:38 pm

Good


Post by AlphaIH on 08 June 2020, 17:30 pm

This is Nigeria


Post by maryambrose_25 on 08 June 2020, 17:30 pm

Thumbs up


Post by Gina on 08 June 2020, 17:25 pm

Good


Post by benbona on 08 June 2020, 17:22 pm

May God help us


Post by Freddybenson22 on 08 June 2020, 16:48 pm

Good


Post by olajide386 on 08 June 2020, 16:45 pm

Good


Post by Esther on 08 June 2020, 16:33 pm

Nice information


Post by kene.o on 08 June 2020, 16:28 pm

informative


Post by Albushreey on 08 June 2020, 16:16 pm

Nice


Post by Dzeremo on 08 June 2020, 16:12 pm

Informative


Post by Diana Eneje on 08 June 2020, 15:50 pm

gud


Post by Abdulkareem on 08 June 2020, 15:15 pm

There's really no job opportunity in Nigeria


Post by Emkay on 08 June 2020, 15:12 pm

God dey. God will help us


Post by Emson on 08 June 2020, 14:57 pm

Very good


Post by DonFamous25 on 08 June 2020, 14:54 pm

There's really no job opportunity in Nigeria


Post by Wizkay on 08 June 2020, 14:44 pm

Managing Director, May & Baker Nigeria Plc, Mr. Nnamdi Okafor, said the company’s profit growth was driven by improved operating and cost efficiency as the company made more profit per unit of sale in 2019 compared with 2018.


Post by Rhino on 08 June 2020, 14:11 pm

wow


Post by Sharon W on 08 June 2020, 14:08 pm

Cool


Post by Young on 08 June 2020, 14:04 pm

Nice update.


Post by Percyblues on 08 June 2020, 13:59 pm

It's well


Post by softy001 on 08 June 2020, 13:34 pm

Thanks for the update


Post by Babatee001 on 08 June 2020, 13:09 pm

Good


Post by Greavine on 08 June 2020, 12:49 pm

It's well


Post by Uzojane on 08 June 2020, 12:38 pm

It is well


Post by Oluprecious on 08 June 2020, 12:37 pm

All will be well.The job is not even available before


Post by Oluwabukola12 on 08 June 2020, 12:36 pm

Thanks for the update


Post by Meesin on 08 June 2020, 12:33 pm

employment in Nigeria decreased marginally despite predictions to the contrary in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.


Post by Ben-brown on 08 June 2020, 12:32 pm

Thanks for the update


Post by Stephanieoma on 08 June 2020, 12:18 pm

Ok


Post by Alliyblizz on 08 June 2020, 12:15 pm

Interesting


Post by Mojab on 08 June 2020, 12:07 pm

This ain't the best time for this


Post by Lilian112 on 08 June 2020, 12:03 pm

Tanks 4 the update


Post by Seraph2438 on 08 June 2020, 12:02 pm

So true


Post by MKing on 08 June 2020, 11:58 am

True


Post by Reubenginger on 08 June 2020, 11:56 am

Shit happens. Not as if job were even available before


Post by Emmach on 08 June 2020, 11:53 am

Interesting


Post by Luckenzoufene19 on 08 June 2020, 11:48 am

But instead of decrease in employment rates why not did little adjustment in senior staff wages and increase employment rates, because people are really suffering too much in this country.. it's a suggestion thank you.


Post by Emmy on 08 June 2020, 11:44 am

Interesting


Post by Dokunsworld on 08 June 2020, 11:43 am

It's expected though


Post by Chigozie99 on 08 June 2020, 11:34 am

Yes oh..


Post by michealagbomi on 08 June 2020, 11:31 am

Cool


Post by Eucharia91 on 08 June 2020, 11:28 am

Nice update


Post by Habeeb878 on 08 June 2020, 11:23 am

Ok


Post by Overlord5000 on 08 June 2020, 11:23 am

Wow


Post by _chyomah on 08 June 2020, 11:16 am

Yes oooo


Post by Obims on 08 June 2020, 11:15 am

Good update


Post by Best444 on 08 June 2020, 11:14 am

I love this website for this new update they bring


Post by firstabbey on 08 June 2020, 11:14 am

Yes oooo


Post by ladygaga on 08 June 2020, 11:14 am

I really hope that this is true because this lockdown has crippled a lot of business


Post by Ukpenzy1 on 08 June 2020, 10:59 am

Ok


Post by Tassy123 on 08 June 2020, 10:58 am

That's good


Post by Nita A on 08 June 2020, 10:57 am

Good help us


Post by Annisky on 08 June 2020, 10:56 am

Exactly there is no job anywhere


Post by Rosemary Fabian on 08 June 2020, 10:51 am

That's good


Post by Dollypee03 on 08 June 2020, 10:50 am

Good update


Post by DDDDD on 08 June 2020, 10:49 am

great


Post by Abu Muiz on 08 June 2020, 10:44 am

good


Post by Princetrippleo01 on 08 June 2020, 10:43 am

Nice


Post by Amara221 on 08 June 2020, 10:43 am

Good one


Post by Abbarukkaiya on 08 June 2020, 10:42 am

I don't know which Nigeria you are talking about


Post by Ememedi on 08 June 2020, 10:40 am

Loving this


Post by Gift omokaro on 08 June 2020, 10:39 am

Good


Post by Noddy on 08 June 2020, 10:38 am

Too bad


Post by Hybrid on 08 June 2020, 10:37 am

Good


Post by Chijioke5 on 08 June 2020, 10:31 am

That's good


Post by Deblack on 08 June 2020, 10:31 am

Nice


Post by Sulaimon654 on 08 June 2020, 10:29 am

Great


Post by Omosuvie on 08 June 2020, 10:25 am

Ok


Post by MasterGidi on 08 June 2020, 10:21 am

Alright


Post by Mustinaas on 08 June 2020, 10:20 am

We will get over it with time


Post by Lady Hossy on 08 June 2020, 10:15 am

Update is legit


Post by Kardia on 08 June 2020, 10:14 am

Naso


Post by Iscy on 08 June 2020, 10:11 am

Alright


Post by Haqmanjr on 08 June 2020, 10:09 am

Nice


Post by Imoleayomie on 08 June 2020, 10:06 am

Good


Post by Marthoranking on 08 June 2020, 10:05 am

That's absolutely right


Post by charles--sam on 08 June 2020, 10:04 am

OK


Post by Emmanuel on 08 June 2020, 09:59 am

Really


Post by Vicky on 08 June 2020, 09:57 am

God please help us


Post by Ovohome on 08 June 2020, 09:56 am

Everything seems to be getting worse....... Na wa ooo


Post by MaureenD on 08 June 2020, 09:53 am

It is well


Post by Alanal on 08 June 2020, 09:51 am

Good


Post by Victorystone on 08 June 2020, 09:51 am

Nice one


Post by Yomi2020 on 08 June 2020, 09:49 am

That's very bad


Post by Sassy on 08 June 2020, 09:48 am

God help us in our Nation


Post by Esther44 on 08 June 2020, 09:48 am

Really


Post by Salmsfresh on 08 June 2020, 09:43 am

Let's just keep watching


Post by Ajtega on 08 June 2020, 09:42 am

Seriously


Post by Lordvick on 08 June 2020, 09:41 am

Things are getting worse


Post by LKO on 08 June 2020, 09:40 am

the rate of purchase cost inflation hit a record high for the second month running


Post by Sixtymillion on 08 June 2020, 09:39 am

Serious


Post by Solomonjackson210 on 08 June 2020, 09:38 am

Ok


Post by Eborka destiny on 08 June 2020, 09:38 am

Okay


Post by Maryjane on 08 June 2020, 09:34 am

Okay


Post by Phardoswiz on 08 June 2020, 09:33 am

No Good job before is just getting worst


Post by OSYJAY on 08 June 2020, 09:32 am

It is well worth


Post by AdenJunior on 08 June 2020, 09:30 am

Okay


Post by Jagaba on 08 June 2020, 09:27 am

This is just the same news. We've been hearing this already


Post by YerimaJr. on 08 June 2020, 09:27 am

It's not like we had jobs available before, it just got worse


Post by Queen254 on 08 June 2020, 09:24 am

I really hope that this is true because this lockdown has crippled a lot of business


Post by TwoTees on 08 June 2020, 09:23 am

I don't know which Nigeria you are talking about


Post by Ea on 08 June 2020, 09:23 am

Better


Post by Chiamaka19 on 08 June 2020, 09:23 am

Good


Post by Kossy on 08 June 2020, 09:23 am

the conduct of primaries by political parties tends to be very acrimonious.


Post by Dhimmalin on 08 June 2020, 09:22 am

There was never an increase


Post by Sammybass on 08 June 2020, 09:17 am

Its well


Post by Genius on 08 June 2020, 09:16 am

Good one for him


Post by Twister337 on 08 June 2020, 09:15 am

Nice update


Post by Chikzycool on 08 June 2020, 09:14 am

Good


Post by Arinola814 on 08 June 2020, 09:14 am

Before nko, na so we dey


Post by Nathstarboy on 08 June 2020, 09:13 am

It's not like we had jobs available before, it just got worse


Post by ChisomGeraldine on 08 June 2020, 09:10 am

Good


Post by Schola12 on 08 June 2020, 09:10 am

Good one


Post by Onyinye27 on 08 June 2020, 09:09 am

Although business confidence dropped to a 29 month low in May, the rate of contraction is easing slightly as a result of relaxing the lockdown restrictions.


Post by Referearn on 08 June 2020, 09:09 am

employment level, suppliers’ delivery, and stock purchases rose


Post by Remmyd on 08 June 2020, 09:07 am

No be small thing


Post by Chiomajesus on 08 June 2020, 09:07 am

Good one


Post by Mhyeemee on 08 June 2020, 09:07 am

Although business confidence dropped to a 29 month low in May, the rate of contraction is easing slightly as a result of relaxing the lockdown restrictions.


Post by Uthailey on 08 June 2020, 09:06 am

I really hope that this is true because this lockdown has crippled a lot of business


Post by Oladayo12 on 08 June 2020, 09:06 am

Thanks for the update


Post by Fredo Peter on 08 June 2020, 09:05 am

cool


Post by Sylva_Uk on 08 June 2020, 09:04 am

Points


Post by Ay-Adams on 08 June 2020, 09:04 am

That's bad


Post by Zuubim on 08 June 2020, 09:02 am

The report further stated that due to the lockdown and restrictions on operations, firms experienced delays to orders received which resulted in an increase in backlogs of work for the second month running. While suppliers’ delivery times shortened slightly, reduced activity requirements led to a second successive decline in input buying while inventory holdings fell. The Nigeria PMI report is a weighted average of the following five indices: New Orders (30%), Output (25%), Employment (20%), Suppliers’ Delivery Times (15%) and Stocks of Purchases (10%). It showed an increase in companies’ selling prices at a marked pace in May as a result of the higher purchase costs and the rate of output price inflation accelerated to a new record level.


Post by Falcao2023 on 08 June 2020, 09:01 am

Good


Post by Ricky760 on 08 June 2020, 09:00 am

That's bad


Post by Sanni on 08 June 2020, 08:57 am

Good


Post by Chi145 on 08 June 2020, 08:55 am

Nice one


Post by Priestly on 08 June 2020, 08:47 am

Nice


Post by Annie cosmas on 08 June 2020, 08:47 am

No available opportunities


Post by Emmaskynet1 on 08 June 2020, 08:46 am

Good news


Post by Glimmer on 08 June 2020, 08:45 am

It's not like we had jobs available before, it just got worse


Post by Samsolat on 08 June 2020, 08:43 am

Interesting


Post by GafarBolaji on 08 June 2020, 08:42 am

Is good


Post by Jenni Tochi on 08 June 2020, 08:41 am

Great


Post by Iloka on 08 June 2020, 08:40 am

No work anywhere


Post by Adejoke11 on 08 June 2020, 08:38 am

Nice


Post by OkohaJnr66 on 08 June 2020, 08:37 am

Sad


Post by Enoughmoney on 08 June 2020, 08:37 am

Good


Post by Cynrustessy on 08 June 2020, 08:36 am

No employment anywhere


Post by Aniellasugar on 08 June 2020, 08:36 am

Cool


Post by Djayemjay on 08 June 2020, 08:32 am

Good


Post by Airmerald on 08 June 2020, 08:29 am

Nice


Post by Richydice on 08 June 2020, 08:29 am

Good


Post by chuks5525 on 08 June 2020, 08:24 am

giftalworld is the best


Post by Babs2018 on 08 June 2020, 08:24 am

Ok


Post by Emmytech07 on 08 June 2020, 08:23 am

As usual


Post by Amiable990 on 08 June 2020, 08:23 am

Good


Post by Udybliss1 on 08 June 2020, 08:21 am

Ok


Post by Davidcash on 08 June 2020, 08:21 am

It's wat it is


Post by Greatemmanuel9 on 08 June 2020, 08:20 am

Giftal world is the available opportunity


Post by Mcdammie2 on 08 June 2020, 08:20 am

Thanks for the update


Post by Chudii Yoo on 08 June 2020, 08:17 am

giftalworld is the best


Post by Owolabi85 on 08 June 2020, 08:17 am

Nice


Post by Priscillam on 08 June 2020, 08:16 am

It is well


Post by vikkymercy on 08 June 2020, 08:15 am

Ok


Post by Praiz john on 08 June 2020, 08:15 am

May God help us


Post by Mr. Mac on 08 June 2020, 08:14 am

Good one


Post by Umar32 on 08 June 2020, 08:12 am

Good development


Post by Benzboi on 08 June 2020, 08:10 am

God help us


Post by HorlamiArc on 08 June 2020, 08:10 am

okay let's see


Post by Mufti on 08 June 2020, 08:09 am

It's not okay


Post by Saheedimagination on 08 June 2020, 08:04 am

Serious


Post by damibakare on 08 June 2020, 08:04 am

Too bad


Post by Mavis nengi on 08 June 2020, 08:04 am

That's too bad


Post by Kuekue on 08 June 2020, 08:02 am

It won't be easy rara


Post by Hayzed on 08 June 2020, 07:58 am

Good idea


Post by Tora on 08 June 2020, 07:57 am

Things are getting bad


Post by Queen on 08 June 2020, 07:52 am

Nice post


Post by Anakari4u on 08 June 2020, 07:52 am

Nice one


Post by Entuks on 08 June 2020, 07:51 am

Ok


Post by CandyBee87 on 08 June 2020, 07:50 am

Wow


Post by Gold2020 on 08 June 2020, 07:50 am

That's good


Post by Stceejay on 08 June 2020, 07:48 am

God will help us


Post by Tochi119 on 08 June 2020, 07:48 am

Nice


Post by Horlafimihan on 08 June 2020, 07:48 am

Good


Post by Darlinwise on 08 June 2020, 07:48 am

Yea honestly the lockdown caused inflation I pray all this stop so that things will get back to normal


Post by Okocha on 08 June 2020, 07:46 am

All is a result of covid-19


Post by Johnaldo5000 on 08 June 2020, 07:43 am

God help us


Post by Exceldav on 08 June 2020, 07:41 am

Every body dey cry government if us works


Post by Khadeefa on 08 June 2020, 07:40 am

Hmm not God help us sha


Post by Godspower on 08 June 2020, 07:37 am

Cool


Post by olanoni on 08 June 2020, 07:36 am

On God


Post by Johnehis06 on 08 June 2020, 07:36 am

Nice update


Post by Ucheboi on 08 June 2020, 07:32 am

Bad


Post by Micheal Akins on 08 June 2020, 07:29 am

Bad one


Post by Whayasay on 08 June 2020, 07:28 am

Too bad


Post by [email protected] on 08 June 2020, 07:27 am

Too bad


Post by Isaacmath on 08 June 2020, 07:23 am

Nicd one


Post by Olamide20 on 08 June 2020, 07:23 am

God will help us on Covid19 matter...make everything back to normal


Post by Lateef44 on 08 June 2020, 07:16 am

Very bad


Post by Coutinho Eni on 08 June 2020, 07:11 am

Great


Post by Asadullah46 on 08 June 2020, 07:11 am

Great update


Post by Ochetom on 08 June 2020, 07:07 am

Great


Post by DANNY1001 on 08 June 2020, 07:07 am

Grear


Post by Jeremiah Abolarin on 08 June 2020, 07:07 am

Hmmm


Post by David Desmond on 08 June 2020, 07:07 am

That great


Post by Gideon Bhalo on 08 June 2020, 07:07 am

Okay


Post by Bbakuyai on 08 June 2020, 06:59 am

It's everywhere in the world. We will get over it with time


Post by ogechiblessing on 08 June 2020, 06:55 am

Very bad


Post by Mightywonder on 08 June 2020, 06:53 am

Nice


Post by Gidi2021 on 08 June 2020, 06:51 am

Thanks for the update


Post by Calimay on 08 June 2020, 06:49 am

What do you expect


Post by Samtimti on 08 June 2020, 06:46 am

Good


Post by Freshchris02 on 08 June 2020, 06:46 am

Hmmm


Post by Sommilvia on 08 June 2020, 06:46 am

Very trye


Post by Santiagojr on 08 June 2020, 06:42 am

That's bad


Post by Sawce on 08 June 2020, 06:38 am

Okay


Post by Dimashills2 on 08 June 2020, 06:37 am

Unemployment in this country is killing


Post by Shakace on 08 June 2020, 06:37 am

This is bad


Post by [email protected] on 08 June 2020, 06:36 am

Am not surprised


Post by Miskeyboy on 08 June 2020, 06:35 am

People are in need of job


Post by Adewesco on 08 June 2020, 06:24 am

Thrut


Post by NiceTV on 08 June 2020, 06:23 am

The Nigeria PMI survey report, a property of Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC, is a collection of economic indicators obtained from monthly surveys of Nigeria private sector companies.


Post by TONY.RAJ on 08 June 2020, 06:21 am

God help us ooh


Post by Fearful111 on 08 June 2020, 06:16 am

People are in need of job


Post by Ajia4real on 08 June 2020, 06:00 am

This is very bad


Post by Utibe256 on 08 June 2020, 05:58 am

God is in control


Post by Habibat on 08 June 2020, 05:55 am

The rate if unemployment among youth is much, something should quickly be done already


Post by Lekan24 on 08 June 2020, 05:50 am

Nice post


Post by John.j121 on 08 June 2020, 05:46 am

indicating an improvement in business


Post by Adeyeye on 08 June 2020, 05:44 am

Not surprised anyways, Convid19 has affected everything


Post by chankee1 on 08 June 2020, 05:39 am

These complementary actions, Yusuf stres


Post by Chidera El on 08 June 2020, 05:37 am

Am not surprised oh


Post by Ilemene on 08 June 2020, 05:31 am

indicating an improvement in business conditions compared to the previous month.


Post by gizobwoi on 08 June 2020, 05:30 am

Nice one


Post by chanke on 08 June 2020, 05:28 am

infrastructure,” saying “this is expected to aid


Post by Yusufronk on 08 June 2020, 05:19 am

Government need to intervene


Post by Tonbon19 on 08 June 2020, 05:15 am

Okay


Post by Matthew789 on 08 June 2020, 05:14 am

Okay


Post by Anniebak on 08 June 2020, 05:10 am

We really hope and pray that this pandemic be over soon so that everything will return normal


Post by Fried12 on 08 June 2020, 05:04 am

Because of covid19


Post by Kadirigideon on 08 June 2020, 05:01 am

It decreases Because of the pandemic


Post by Emeeobobah10 on 08 June 2020, 04:52 am

Not a good thing to hear.. FG should do something


Post by Chuky on 08 June 2020, 04:49 am

initiative, nevertheless lamented the difficulty


Post by Sodiano20 on 08 June 2020, 04:48 am

This is serious


Post by Emmanuel01 on 08 June 2020, 04:48 am

This is serious oooooo


Post by Adamsabiodun2020 on 08 June 2020, 04:47 am

Gud uodate


Post by odunchristi on 08 June 2020, 04:39 am

Why e no go decrease when coro Don enter


Post by comfy on 08 June 2020, 04:31 am

We need more active interventions from


Post by Adamummy on 08 June 2020, 04:18 am

Arghh what can a just Nigerian do


Post by Solowise22 on 08 June 2020, 04:14 am

This is pathetic


Post by Sadiq2001 on 08 June 2020, 04:13 am

Good update


Post by Justpriceless on 08 June 2020, 04:11 am

Quite obvious


Post by Ifeanyi20 on 08 June 2020, 04:11 am

The report further stated that due to the lockdown and restrictions on operations, firms experienced delays to orders received which resulted in an increase in backlogs of work for the second month running. While suppliers’ delivery times shortened slightly, reduced activity requirements led to a second successive decline in input buying while inventory holdings fell.


Post by Ritty_empire on 08 June 2020, 04:08 am

You can imagine in a country where there is no work


Post by Patoo443 on 08 June 2020, 04:07 am

Everyone has to be an entrepreneur


Post by Ceenti_J on 08 June 2020, 04:04 am

All is well


Post by ozo on 08 June 2020, 04:04 am

chamber, imploring the CBN to undertake


Post by Lolita_pablo on 08 June 2020, 03:59 am

All is well


Post by Adamssunday27 on 08 June 2020, 03:58 am

I know it would happen


Post by Sodiq666 on 08 June 2020, 03:44 am

Not good for the country


Post by Segun247 on 08 June 2020, 03:42 am

All is well


Post by Prosper11 on 08 June 2020, 03:42 am

Ok


Post by Adaora2000 on 08 June 2020, 03:42 am

Good


Post by Ireneluv2 on 08 June 2020, 03:37 am

Hmmm


Post by Ogodio Jeffrey on 08 June 2020, 03:33 am

Good


Post by Adeniyi oluwole on 08 June 2020, 03:30 am

Nice one


Post by Olatunbosun123 on 08 June 2020, 03:27 am

Correct 1


Post by Hegel97 on 08 June 2020, 03:25 am

Good


Post by [email protected] on 08 June 2020, 03:25 am

Things will comes back to normal


Post by Fkaycollection on 08 June 2020, 03:24 am

It is well


Post by Angelmeg on 08 June 2020, 03:23 am

God is in control


Post by Perpy001 on 08 June 2020, 03:21 am

Ok


Post by King G on 08 June 2020, 03:15 am

E go better


Post by Kolzy2003 on 08 June 2020, 03:14 am

There has been less employment for years now


Post by Wapzeepaul on 08 June 2020, 03:05 am

That's bad may God help us


Post by Damilolakelvin on 08 June 2020, 03:01 am

As a result, employment in Nigeria decreased marginally despite predictions to the contrary in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.


Post by Damilola_1 on 08 June 2020, 02:59 am

Good


Post by holar on 08 June 2020, 02:52 am

As a result, employment in Nigeria decreased marginally despite predictions to the contrary in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis


Post by Emeka71 on 08 June 2020, 02:44 am

Not good for us


Post by Yungpresidoo on 08 June 2020, 02:36 am

Country where there is no work


Post by Gift on 08 June 2020, 02:29 am

Ok


Post by Mavriz007 on 08 June 2020, 02:27 am

Not good


Post by kingman19 on 08 June 2020, 02:22 am

K


Post by gidakpo on 08 June 2020, 02:16 am

this is sad


Post by Esimmy on 08 June 2020, 02:15 am

So sad


Post by Chuxy45 on 08 June 2020, 02:14 am

Liars


Post by DonStrings on 08 June 2020, 02:14 am

Okay


Post by Busayo879 on 08 June 2020, 02:13 am

As a result, employment in Nigeria decreased marginally despite predictions to the contrary in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.


Post by Adeleke3539 on 08 June 2020, 02:13 am

May God help us


Post by DePraiz on 08 June 2020, 02:11 am

The government need to look into this issue and find a way to help its citizens!


Post by Mr.AJK on 08 June 2020, 02:03 am

God will help us


Post by Elijah1234 on 08 June 2020, 01:35 am

????


Post by Chichi090 on 08 June 2020, 01:06 am

Job well done


Post by drip_cyndy on 08 June 2020, 00:51 am

Covid ????‍♀️


Post by Jenni Tochi on 08 June 2020, 00:38 am

No problem


Post by Smart on 08 June 2020, 00:34 am

God abeg oo


Post by Overlord5000 on 08 June 2020, 00:32 am

This is really disturbing me


Post by mercyogbenjuwa on 08 June 2020, 00:31 am

God help us all


Post by Amazingpresh on 08 June 2020, 00:28 am

God will help us in Nigeria


Post by emkayvee on 08 June 2020, 00:15 am

Good


Post by Stanzee on 08 June 2020, 00:13 am

Good job


Post by David003 on 08 June 2020, 00:06 am

Alright


Post by Ea on 08 June 2020, 00:04 am

Something must be done


Post by Marca006 on 08 June 2020, 00:03 am

Covid


Post by Referearn on 07 June 2020, 23:54 pm

with rates of decline in output and new orders only


Post by Decent96 on 07 June 2020, 23:50 pm

Something should be done about it


Post by Shima 1 on 07 June 2020, 23:49 pm

Gov. Yahaya A. Bello At 45, he is the youngest second term Governor of a state in Nigeria, against all odds. Congrats to u Sir. And keep on with ur good work... the future is bright.


Post by @Elcarim on 07 June 2020, 23:42 pm

Great


Post by Justice on 07 June 2020, 23:32 pm

Wow


Post by Ememvictor on 07 June 2020, 23:31 pm

Cool


Post by Lhamzy kush on 07 June 2020, 23:28 pm

Ok


Post by alphin on 07 June 2020, 23:24 pm

I wish things could change.


Post by Chuxy45 on 07 June 2020, 23:21 pm

Fake stats


Post by Dollypee03 on 07 June 2020, 23:14 pm

God help us o


Post by Superadim on 07 June 2020, 22:58 pm

God is all we need


Post by Ilemene on 07 June 2020, 22:45 pm

higher costs relating to logistics leading to higher purchase prices.


Post by Prosper17 on 07 June 2020, 22:44 pm

Good


Post by Cutemama on 07 June 2020, 22:44 pm

God will help us


Post by Benzboi on 07 June 2020, 22:37 pm

We depend on you lord.


Post by Presido234 on 07 June 2020, 22:33 pm

Okay


Post by Nita A on 07 June 2020, 22:31 pm

Good


Post by Adaora2000 on 07 June 2020, 22:17 pm

Good


Post by Babatee001 on 07 June 2020, 22:15 pm

Nice


Post by Nuellachizzy on 07 June 2020, 22:08 pm

We pur our hope in you lord


Post by Surdman11 on 07 June 2020, 22:06 pm

Ok


Post by Ayomide on 07 June 2020, 22:01 pm

on God we put our hope


Post by Miracle97 on 07 June 2020, 21:55 pm

Heip us god


Post by Opeyemi679 on 07 June 2020, 21:55 pm

Nice


Post by Aliutoyyib 1103 on 07 June 2020, 21:54 pm

God will take control


Post by Adamsabiodun2020 on 07 June 2020, 21:51 pm

God wia is ur eyes


Post by Exceldav on 07 June 2020, 21:48 pm

God provide work for us oooooo


Post by Mercytee07 on 07 June 2020, 21:47 pm

They should work on it


Post by Excel on 07 June 2020, 21:46 pm

we need to work o n this, so many nigerians are really graduating without employment


Post by Richy21 on 07 June 2020, 21:44 pm

They have to work on it before it's get out of hands oo


Post by Treasure1 on 07 June 2020, 21:40 pm

Okay


Post by ziond on 07 June 2020, 21:37 pm

OK but they should work on it


Post by chankee1 on 07 June 2020, 21:34 pm

expected to aid employment generation,


Post by sodiqade on 07 June 2020, 21:34 pm

It is well


Post by TeTiTaKa on 07 June 2020, 21:29 pm

Good work


Post by Dano22 on 07 June 2020, 21:28 pm

that new orders, output, employment level, suppliers’ delivery, and stock purchases rose to 40.7 index points in May 2020, a 3.6 increase from 37.1 index points recorded in April 2020. The Nigeria PMI survey report, a property of Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC, is a collection of economic indicators obtained from monthly surveys of Nigeria private sector companies. Thanks


Post by Olami3924 on 07 June 2020, 21:27 pm

Really!


Post by Amiable990 on 07 June 2020, 21:11 pm

We will bounce back


Post by Baybie on 07 June 2020, 21:09 pm

Not surprised at all


Post by Gifty_luv on 07 June 2020, 21:09 pm

A lot has happened because of this pandemic


Post by Chikzycool on 07 June 2020, 21:09 pm

wow


Post by ZaddyD on 07 June 2020, 21:07 pm

Nigeria will be better


Post by Mbomah on 07 June 2020, 21:06 pm

Nawa


Post by tomiwa on 07 June 2020, 20:55 pm

This a very serious matter going on


Post by Sammini on 07 June 2020, 20:51 pm

Am not surprised


Post by DELOMS on 07 June 2020, 20:50 pm

So basically there's been a great delay in productivity due to the lockdown


Post by Stephanieoma on 07 June 2020, 20:46 pm

Nice


Post by Olamide on 07 June 2020, 20:45 pm

Kay


Post by Uzojane on 07 June 2020, 20:42 pm

Am not surprised


Post by DePraiz on 07 June 2020, 20:41 pm

A lot has been lost because of this pandemic


Post by Kingjeffrey on 07 June 2020, 20:40 pm

Wow


Post by Twister337 on 07 June 2020, 20:36 pm

Omo inn don happen


Post by Pearl4048 on 07 June 2020, 20:28 pm

It's not good signal of development


Post by Faithy55 on 07 June 2020, 20:23 pm

Really ????


Post by Samswaggs01 on 07 June 2020, 20:20 pm

Really


Post by izzy_jo on 07 June 2020, 20:18 pm

This is where entrepreneurs are needed


Post by Dezmond on 07 June 2020, 20:18 pm

The report also showed that new orders, output, employment level, suppliers’ delivery, and stock purchases rose to 40.7 index points in May 2020, a 3.6 increase from 37.1 index points recorded in April 2020. The Nigeria PMI survey report, a property of Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC, is a collection of economic indicators obtained from monthly surveys of Nigeria private sector companies.


Post by Chiamaka19 on 07 June 2020, 20:14 pm

Seriois


Post by Queeniebleez on 07 June 2020, 20:14 pm

Alot has been lost to dis pandemic


Post by Zee 1 on 07 June 2020, 19:43 pm

Serious matter oo


Post by Phamous on 07 June 2020, 19:31 pm

This is wonderful


Post by Afiamma on 07 June 2020, 19:31 pm

What is the way forward? Youth do not wait for the government to provide job, please go and acquire skills. The already acquired skills and talent improve on them. Your skills can take you to where you qualification can't.


Post by Eborka destiny on 07 June 2020, 19:30 pm

Good


Post by Banger on 07 June 2020, 19:12 pm

Good


Post by Gift omokaro on 07 June 2020, 19:09 pm

Good


Post by Olatayoomobolawa on 07 June 2020, 19:09 pm

Before the pandemic there was low employment,with the pandemic a lot of people have lost their daily incomes.


Post by Abdul01 on 07 June 2020, 19:07 pm

Nice update


Post by Ramzyrose on 07 June 2020, 19:06 pm

Nice update


Post by Enoughmoney on 07 June 2020, 19:02 pm

Ok


Post by Greatboy on 07 June 2020, 18:55 pm

This is true ever since the pandemic started


Post by Rachi143 on 07 June 2020, 18:54 pm

Hmm bad


Post by GeegeeB on 07 June 2020, 18:51 pm

tnks for the information


Post by vikkymercy on 07 June 2020, 18:49 pm

Ok


Post by Siki on 07 June 2020, 18:48 pm

This Corona sha oh


Post by Walanta on 07 June 2020, 18:47 pm

Okay


Post by Abgarbah on 07 June 2020, 18:46 pm

NIce update


Post by Eucharia13 on 07 June 2020, 18:36 pm

Good update


Post by Amarachi on 07 June 2020, 18:25 pm

Ok


Post by ayamblackhammer on 07 June 2020, 18:24 pm

Marginal decrease. Bad sign for us.


Post by Percyblues on 07 June 2020, 18:20 pm

Lovely update


Post by Esther2305 on 07 June 2020, 18:10 pm

Lovely update


Post by Arinola814 on 07 June 2020, 17:59 pm

Thanks for the information


Post by BBWEALTH on 07 June 2020, 17:58 pm

Thanks for update


Post by Abenice85 on 07 June 2020, 17:52 pm

This is serious may God help us


Post by harunaishola on 07 June 2020, 17:47 pm

God will surely take control soonest


Post by Dammy944 on 07 June 2020, 17:46 pm

The economy need to balance


Post by Akins293 on 07 June 2020, 17:43 pm

Absolutely


Post by Jhummie on 07 June 2020, 17:40 pm

Thanks for the update


Post by Wizkay on 07 June 2020, 17:40 pm

reduced activity requirements led to a second successive decline in input buying while inventory holdings fell.


Post by Kossy on 07 June 2020, 17:36 pm

reduced activity requirements led to a second successive decline in input buying while inventory holdings fell.


Post by Peace E on 07 June 2020, 17:29 pm

God help us


Post by Utibe256 on 07 June 2020, 17:28 pm

God will help us


Post by kcmoney5665 on 07 June 2020, 17:27 pm

Okay


Post by Akande on 07 June 2020, 17:20 pm

Okay


Post by Dominica123 on 07 June 2020, 17:20 pm

Ok


Post by Nayaa on 07 June 2020, 17:18 pm

Help us Lord


Post by Ceenti_J on 07 June 2020, 17:14 pm

May God help us


Post by Kalason86 on 07 June 2020, 17:09 pm

May god help us


Post by Sawce on 07 June 2020, 17:07 pm

Okay


Post by Gentlemanmanny on 07 June 2020, 17:05 pm

The economy needs to balance


Post by Kalason on 07 June 2020, 17:04 pm

Thanks for the update


Post by Tigersan on 07 June 2020, 17:03 pm

Interesting


Post by Phardoswiz on 07 June 2020, 16:58 pm

Okay


Post by Imported on 07 June 2020, 16:54 pm

With time things will get better..


Post by Amusan4 on 07 June 2020, 16:53 pm

Woa


Post by Manyo1992 on 07 June 2020, 16:44 pm

Too bad


Post by Princeoj on 07 June 2020, 16:41 pm

That is bad


Post by Johnkingsley on 07 June 2020, 16:32 pm

We are yet not certain where this situation is taking us. Time shall tell


Post by Favy Jnr on 07 June 2020, 16:28 pm

Hmmm


Post by Ibrahimladi on 07 June 2020, 16:25 pm

Restrictions!


Post by Fizzy on 07 June 2020, 16:21 pm

Good, thanks to the government


Post by Alvan2002 on 07 June 2020, 16:20 pm

Good


Post by Jujah on 07 June 2020, 16:16 pm

Great


Post by Walex48320 on 07 June 2020, 16:12 pm

Good to hear


Post by Gushydon on 07 June 2020, 16:06 pm

Very good


Post by Oge bliss on 07 June 2020, 16:03 pm

This isn't good at all


Post by kravin45 on 07 June 2020, 16:01 pm

This is nt really good


Post by Sylva_Uk on 07 June 2020, 15:59 pm

Okay


Post by Olamilekan01 on 07 June 2020, 15:57 pm

Great


Post by Wahab14 on 07 June 2020, 15:55 pm

This is shocking God help us


Post by Isaacmath on 07 June 2020, 15:49 pm

Great


Post by Davidcash on 07 June 2020, 15:48 pm

It's expected


Post by Iconic Oswald on 07 June 2020, 15:39 pm

That's terrible


Post by Freya2020 on 07 June 2020, 15:38 pm

Wow!


Post by Xxxyira on 07 June 2020, 15:35 pm

This is serious


Post by kelvinideal on 07 June 2020, 15:34 pm

Government please create jobs opportunity


Post by Entuks on 07 June 2020, 15:34 pm

Ok


Post by Emmaco on 07 June 2020, 15:30 pm

Well


Post by Jeph212 on 07 June 2020, 15:30 pm

That's a nice one


Post by Maryjane on 07 June 2020, 15:22 pm

Okay


Post by Flare on 07 June 2020, 15:07 pm

Well


Post by Oluwafunmi22 on 07 June 2020, 15:07 pm

Nice


Post by Ebene1 on 07 June 2020, 15:05 pm

Nice


Post by Chisomfaith336 on 07 June 2020, 15:04 pm

May God help us


Post by Victorpee12 on 07 June 2020, 15:03 pm

God help us


Post by beeloveth on 07 June 2020, 14:59 pm

See wetin lockdown cause


Post by Oladimegy on 07 June 2020, 14:57 pm

God help


Post by Habeeb878 on 07 June 2020, 14:55 pm

God help


Post by De links on 07 June 2020, 14:53 pm

The report also showed that new orders, output, employment level, suppliers’ delivery, and stock purchases rose to 40.7 index points in May 2020, a 3.6 increase from 37.1 index points recorded in April 2020.


Post by Damilola2 on 07 June 2020, 14:52 pm

God will help us o


Post by nigel on 07 June 2020, 14:51 pm

May God help us


Post by Marvelous Amara on 07 June 2020, 14:50 pm

It was expected with the lockdown and all


Post by Olabalo123 on 07 June 2020, 14:48 pm

Wow


Post by ICONIC on 07 June 2020, 14:47 pm

God dey


Post by Emeeobobah10 on 07 June 2020, 14:47 pm

Our President and Governors are scam


Post by Perky on 07 June 2020, 14:37 pm

God help us


Post by Staris on 07 June 2020, 14:36 pm

Oluwa help us


Post by Timeyin007 on 07 June 2020, 14:31 pm

God help us


Post by Luiz James on 07 June 2020, 14:30 pm

All the best


Post by Emmanity on 07 June 2020, 14:28 pm

God will help us in this country.


Post by Best444 on 07 June 2020, 14:27 pm

Ok


Post by C0ded on 07 June 2020, 14:26 pm

Okay


Post by Faith_eloho on 07 June 2020, 14:24 pm

For employment to decrease, then there is problem looming.


Post by ADE081 on 07 June 2020, 14:24 pm

But I find out that some companies still sack more of their staffs


Post by Precious Anthony on 07 June 2020, 14:21 pm

That is good news


Post by Haybestenupe on 07 June 2020, 14:19 pm

Good to know that


Post by Lovervicty on 07 June 2020, 14:18 pm

Ok


Post by subosco on 07 June 2020, 14:12 pm

May GOD help us all


Post by Darlinwise on 07 June 2020, 14:03 pm

This is serious


Post by Haqmanjr on 07 June 2020, 14:01 pm

Nice o


Post by Abbarukkaiya on 07 June 2020, 14:00 pm

It surely did reduce


Post by Samsolat on 07 June 2020, 13:56 pm

Nice update


Post by Abusi on 07 June 2020, 13:50 pm

Ok


Post by Seunfoo5 on 07 June 2020, 13:48 pm

But I find out that some companies still sack more of their staffs


Post by Lilian112 on 07 June 2020, 13:48 pm

Tanks 4 update


Post by Freshchris02 on 07 June 2020, 13:42 pm

Nice


Post by Sixtymillion on 07 June 2020, 13:42 pm

Seriously


Post by Asadullah46 on 07 June 2020, 13:42 pm

That's a great news


Post by Dunn on 07 June 2020, 13:40 pm

A lot of people are employed, crime rising like mad


Post by Stephenson123 on 07 June 2020, 13:40 pm

Workers should be allowed to resume work for better output.


Post by _chyomah on 07 June 2020, 13:38 pm

Ok


Post by AdamsIsaiah on 07 June 2020, 13:37 pm

Wow Strange


Post by Nonobi on 07 June 2020, 13:32 pm

Ok


Post by Cynthia 101 on 07 June 2020, 13:27 pm

This is serious


Post by Oluwasegun1 on 07 June 2020, 13:27 pm

okay


Post by genee on 07 June 2020, 13:15 pm

Ok


Post by Chika diamond on 07 June 2020, 13:14 pm

Things are changing


Post by Eyinjuoluwa on 07 June 2020, 13:10 pm

Good


Post by Fk on 07 June 2020, 13:10 pm

business confidence dropped


Post by Livie165 on 07 June 2020, 13:08 pm

Not so good


Post by BANIYA on 07 June 2020, 13:01 pm

Ctreat more jobs please


Post by Emmanuel on 07 June 2020, 13:01 pm

Good


Post by Chisom782 on 07 June 2020, 12:58 pm

Good


Post by Chigozie99 on 07 June 2020, 12:54 pm

Good


Post by Esther44 on 07 June 2020, 12:50 pm

Really


Post by Yvonne01 on 07 June 2020, 12:49 pm

Like for real


Post by Jeremiah Abolarin on 07 June 2020, 12:47 pm

true


Post by Dean 123 on 07 June 2020, 12:47 pm

Seriously


Post by Khosee on 07 June 2020, 12:44 pm

Corona is spoiling everything


Post by Marigold001 on 07 June 2020, 12:42 pm

Really


Post by Brosyella on 07 June 2020, 12:41 pm

Good


Post by Salamijibirila on 07 June 2020, 12:36 pm

Is well done and good work


Post by Kaza on 07 June 2020, 12:33 pm

Good


Post by Ozedd on 07 June 2020, 12:31 pm

What is now the benefit of going to school in this country,if there's no work.


Post by DiNma on 07 June 2020, 12:27 pm

What's now there for the new graduates


Post by Emmanuel_es_CEO on 07 June 2020, 12:26 pm

Issoright


Post by Jennifer124 on 07 June 2020, 12:26 pm

This pandemic is really Affecting Us, may God help our leaders to make good decisions


Post by Anniebak on 07 June 2020, 12:26 pm

This pandemic is really Affecting Us, may God help our leaders to make good decisions


Post by Airmerald on 07 June 2020, 12:23 pm

Okay


Post by Zinnyzee01 on 07 June 2020, 12:21 pm

Good update


Post by Pundit247 on 07 June 2020, 12:17 pm

All is well


Post by oghiesamson on 07 June 2020, 12:17 pm

Nice one.. It is well


Post by Faith Emakpor on 07 June 2020, 12:17 pm

It is well


Post by olajide386 on 07 June 2020, 12:14 pm

God help us in nigeria


Post by Ochetom on 07 June 2020, 12:10 pm

Make God help us


Post by Miracle5658 on 07 June 2020, 12:09 pm

May God help us


Post by Reubenginger on 07 June 2020, 12:08 pm

Europe has called off the lockdown but small Nigeria are still playing hard ball


Post by Useey021 on 07 June 2020, 12:08 pm

Great one


Post by Dhimmalin on 07 June 2020, 12:00 pm

It was never in the increase, but I guess this pandemic made it worse


Post by Faithydejo on 07 June 2020, 11:59 am

What's now the fresh graduate's fate??


Post by Hoshilo on 07 June 2020, 11:54 am

cool one


Post by marvisboy on 07 June 2020, 11:51 am

Good


Post by Regimented on 07 June 2020, 11:51 am

It's well


Post by Hadeyl on 07 June 2020, 11:51 am

How long will the relaxation of the restrictions be?? What happens after the trials stages are over??


Post by kingman19 on 07 June 2020, 11:49 am

Good


Post by Meesin on 07 June 2020, 11:49 am

Thanks for updating us


Post by Aishat on 07 June 2020, 11:47 am

good


Post by Freshlife on 07 June 2020, 11:39 am

It is well


Post by Whayasay on 07 June 2020, 11:38 am

I de tell u


Post by Mhyeemee on 07 June 2020, 11:35 am

N'a wa for this country oo


Post by Priscillam on 07 June 2020, 11:31 am

Let everything come back to normal


Post by Chinojohniho on 07 June 2020, 11:30 am

Let's restrict the Lockdown first.


Post by Drimzy on 07 June 2020, 11:28 am

Furthermore, the rate of purchase cost inflation hit a record high for the second month running, with the scarcity of materials, currency weakness and higher costs relating to logistics leading to higher purchase prices.


Post by Lolita_pablo on 07 June 2020, 11:28 am

Nice


Post by Mrmick19 on 07 June 2020, 11:28 am

Wow


Post by Tbostic16 on 07 June 2020, 11:23 am

Wow


Post by Adejoke11 on 07 June 2020, 11:22 am

Nice


Post by Adeniyi oluwole on 07 June 2020, 11:21 am

Thank God for this


Post by Lady Hossy on 07 June 2020, 11:20 am

Thank God


Post by DDDDD on 07 June 2020, 11:18 am

this great


Post by Favybas on 07 June 2020, 11:18 am

Thank God for this


Post by Yobo123 on 07 June 2020, 11:17 am

That’s great


Post by Finestjega on 07 June 2020, 11:17 am

They should be job for youth


Post by Ash4747 on 07 June 2020, 11:15 am

Cool


Post by youngwarrior on 07 June 2020, 11:15 am

Wao good to hear that the unemployment rate has decreased


Post by Mide798 on 07 June 2020, 11:14 am

Hmm... May God help us all


Post by Sassy on 07 June 2020, 11:14 am

Cool


Post by Surdii123 on 07 June 2020, 11:12 am

Nice one


Post by Hegel97 on 07 June 2020, 11:12 am

Thanks


Post by Priestly on 07 June 2020, 11:09 am

Okay


Post by Destiny101010 on 07 June 2020, 11:06 am

There should be job opportunity for youths


Post by Edenz on 07 June 2020, 11:05 am

the private sector remained in a deep downturn during May, with rates of decline in output and new orders only slightly softer than the unprecedented falls recorded in April 2020.


Post by chi on 07 June 2020, 10:57 am

True


Post by hiphe on 07 June 2020, 10:52 am

Employment rate should be increasing on a daily basis please


Post by Angelmeg on 07 June 2020, 10:52 am

Okay


Post by Babyporch on 07 June 2020, 10:46 am

Fact


Post by Adio on 07 June 2020, 10:44 am

ok


Post by Jennychizzy on 07 June 2020, 10:37 am

Just like that


Post by Vanvickram on 07 June 2020, 10:33 am

Pple should think outside the box


Post by Boluxx on 07 June 2020, 10:31 am

The govt should provide job


Post by Tiller on 07 June 2020, 10:16 am

No work in the country


Post by Ibrahim on 07 June 2020, 10:08 am

No jobs for youths


Post by Emkay on 07 June 2020, 10:08 am

May God help this country


Post by Tsmartamt on 07 June 2020, 10:05 am

Good one


Post by Godsfavouriteson on 07 June 2020, 10:04 am

good


Post by Janti96 on 07 June 2020, 10:01 am

Okey


Post by Callie23 on 07 June 2020, 10:00 am

Nigeria should increase it economy


Post by Sherifffamosa on 07 June 2020, 09:57 am

Marginal decrease is welcomed


Post by Abu Muiz on 07 June 2020, 09:56 am

good


Post by Sambest254 on 07 June 2020, 09:53 am

But we still have many who lost their jobs


Post by Femi417 on 07 June 2020, 09:51 am

Okau


Post by Zubbyprince on 07 June 2020, 09:51 am

Okay


Post by Gallob1 on 07 June 2020, 09:50 am

No jobs


Post by Owolabi85 on 07 June 2020, 09:44 am

Nice


Post by Queen254 on 07 June 2020, 09:40 am

No work in the country


Post by Debby123 on 07 June 2020, 09:38 am

My country


Post by Debby123 on 07 June 2020, 09:38 am

My country


Post by Dunu on 07 June 2020, 09:37 am

Naija job market had been down,


Post by Emmaco12345 on 07 June 2020, 09:37 am

Although business confidence dropped to a 29 month low in May, the rate of contraction is easing slightly as a result of relaxing the lockdown restrictions.


Post by Cynrustessy on 07 June 2020, 09:37 am

Grace speak for us


Post by Vickxenj on 07 June 2020, 09:36 am

Okay


Post by Casimir007 on 07 June 2020, 09:32 am

breathtaking


Post by Annisky on 07 June 2020, 09:30 am

This Nigeria


Post by Emasvic on 07 June 2020, 09:29 am

9ja for Live


Post by Nathstarboy on 07 June 2020, 09:28 am

But we still have many who lost their jobs


Post by Maxwell93 on 07 June 2020, 09:27 am

Good news


Post by Iloka on 07 June 2020, 09:25 am

No work in the country


Post by TeeMan on 07 June 2020, 09:25 am

Nigeria my country


Post by Udybliss1 on 07 June 2020, 09:24 am

Good


Post by Solomonjackson210 on 07 June 2020, 09:24 am

Ok


Post by Arike1234 on 07 June 2020, 09:23 am

Nigeria


Post by Emmach on 07 June 2020, 09:21 am

Nice


Post by Oladayo12 on 07 June 2020, 09:21 am

Thanks for the update


Post by Lady oluchi on 07 June 2020, 09:21 am

This is nice


Post by Ukpenzy1 on 07 June 2020, 09:20 am

Great


Post by Ricky760 on 07 June 2020, 09:19 am

Good


Post by Chidera El on 07 June 2020, 09:18 am

Nawa oh


Post by Sulaimon654 on 07 June 2020, 09:15 am

Wow


Post by Paul10540 on 07 June 2020, 09:14 am

But we still have many who lost their jobs


Post by GafarBolaji on 07 June 2020, 09:12 am

Is not good


Post by Falcao2023 on 07 June 2020, 09:12 am

Great


Post by Sweet peace on 07 June 2020, 09:10 am

God help us


Post by Ucheboi on 07 June 2020, 09:03 am

Good


Post by Ayomi on 07 June 2020, 09:03 am

Bad!!!!


Post by Fearful111 on 07 June 2020, 09:02 am

The poor are getting poorer and vice-versa


Post by KingDave on 07 June 2020, 08:59 am

Unfortunately True


Post by Dimashills2 on 07 June 2020, 08:58 am

Unemployment is a pandemic on it own in this country


Post by Ogodio Jeffrey on 07 June 2020, 08:56 am

Good


Post by Leahpard22 on 07 June 2020, 08:56 am

How will people survive without employment


Post by AdenJunior on 07 June 2020, 08:54 am

Okay


Post by Omosuvie on 07 June 2020, 08:54 am

Ok


Post by Ademi on 07 June 2020, 08:54 am

Giftalworld and her updates


Post by Victorystone on 07 June 2020, 08:52 am

It’ll decrease soon


Post by HorlamiArc on 07 June 2020, 08:52 am

That is good


Post by Jay_dee on 07 June 2020, 08:51 am

Well we are here for them


Post by Leshigbe on 07 June 2020, 08:49 am

you are absolutely right,giftalworld is available for them


Post by Onyinye27 on 07 June 2020, 08:47 am

98 percent companies in Nigeria kept their workforce despite the negative impacts of coronavirus on business,the Nigeria Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) report has revealed.


Post by omohexy on 07 June 2020, 08:42 am

It surely did reduce


Post by Purity on 07 June 2020, 08:40 am

They should come and join giftal world


Post by Damilolakelvin on 07 June 2020, 08:39 am

About 98 percent companies in Nigeria kept their workforce despite the negative impacts of coronavirus on business,the Nigeria Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) report has revealed.


Post by MEEYIMAA on 07 June 2020, 08:39 am

Okay


Post by BasitKOKO on 07 June 2020, 08:39 am

Ok


Post by Ebuka2002 on 07 June 2020, 08:37 am

Thanks for the update


Post by Vickie_jay on 07 June 2020, 08:36 am

it will decrease soon


Post by Chi145 on 07 June 2020, 08:35 am

Not good


Post by Genius on 07 June 2020, 08:34 am

Good one for him


Post by Julibish24 on 07 June 2020, 08:33 am

Not fair


Post by Djayemjay on 07 June 2020, 08:30 am

Ok


Post by Remmyd on 07 June 2020, 08:27 am

God help us


Post by chuks5525 on 07 June 2020, 08:24 am

I love Giftalworld


Post by Atikuumar on 07 June 2020, 08:22 am

Nice


Post by Victory708 on 07 June 2020, 08:21 am

Ok


Post by Princetrippleo01 on 07 June 2020, 08:19 am

OK


Post by Ejim18 on 07 June 2020, 08:19 am

It.well


Post by Silas12 on 07 June 2020, 08:19 am

hope things get better


Post by Adebayo on 07 June 2020, 08:18 am

May God intervene


Post by Dappa on 07 June 2020, 08:17 am

Ok


Post by Eniolorunda0705 on 07 June 2020, 08:16 am

Yeah


Post by Fried12 on 07 June 2020, 08:15 am

Yes everything are under lock


Post by Diamond3310 on 07 June 2020, 08:13 am

They should come and join giftal world


Post by Yomi2020 on 07 June 2020, 08:11 am

I feel bad for those it might concern


Post by DANNY1001 on 07 June 2020, 08:08 am

Okay oh


Post by Micheal Akins on 07 June 2020, 08:07 am

Why naija


Post by Babs2018 on 07 June 2020, 08:06 am

Ok


Post by David Desmond on 07 June 2020, 08:05 am

Thank GOD


Post by Esjay on 07 June 2020, 08:03 am

Bing problem


Post by Sukachia1 on 07 June 2020, 08:03 am

is good one


Post by Kuekue on 07 June 2020, 08:02 am

Cheers! Worst days ahead


Post by Diokason on 07 June 2020, 08:01 am

OK


Post by Emiratedubai18 on 07 June 2020, 07:57 am

Too bad


Post by Queen on 07 June 2020, 07:56 am

Nice post


Post by Sanni on 07 June 2020, 07:56 am

Good


Post by ogechiblessing on 07 June 2020, 07:56 am

Not advisable


Post by Michealsunday123456789 on 07 June 2020, 07:53 am

Before


Post by Mide_malcolm on 07 June 2020, 07:51 am

Not encouraging


Post by Mavis nengi on 07 June 2020, 07:51 am

this is too bad


Post by Sadiq2001 on 07 June 2020, 07:50 am

Nice update


Post by Flash07 on 07 June 2020, 07:49 am

Nice


Post by Gwisdom on 07 June 2020, 07:48 am

Hmmm


Post by Shakace on 07 June 2020, 07:48 am

God help us


Post by ChisomGeraldine on 07 June 2020, 07:46 am

Hmm


Post by Olamide20 on 07 June 2020, 07:44 am

That's a good thing make God save us from corona


Post by Richman on 07 June 2020, 07:43 am

God help us


Post by Timmah1983 on 07 June 2020, 07:43 am

Ok


Post by OSYJAY on 07 June 2020, 07:40 am

Our help is in the Lord


Post by Ebright1960 on 07 June 2020, 07:39 am

Ok


Post by Jasparo on 07 June 2020, 07:35 am

God help 9ja


Post by Johnehis06 on 07 June 2020, 07:34 am

Nice update


Post by Lateef44 on 07 June 2020, 07:33 am

Nice update


Post by Anas on 07 June 2020, 07:31 am

We pray for more to be reduced


Post by Lorenzo987 on 07 June 2020, 07:31 am

All is well


Post by Giftal2020 on 07 June 2020, 07:29 am

God help Nigeria


Post by Ememedi on 07 June 2020, 07:29 am

Dope


Post by Abdulkareem on 07 June 2020, 07:28 am

Something good should be done


Post by Umar32 on 07 June 2020, 07:26 am

Something good should be done


Post by Shankid509 on 07 June 2020, 07:24 am

Okay


Post by Dzeremo on 07 June 2020, 07:21 am

Do something hopefully


Post by Gideon Bhalo on 07 June 2020, 07:20 am

Okay


Post by Mightywonder on 07 June 2020, 07:13 am

Yrs


Post by Ujunwa12345 on 07 June 2020, 07:12 am

Yes


Post by Highyanu1 on 07 June 2020, 07:12 am

I hope they do something


Post by Amara221 on 07 June 2020, 07:11 am

Nice update


Post by Habibat on 07 June 2020, 07:08 am

Even before now getting a job in Nigeria is by who you know and who knows you


Post by Adewesco on 07 June 2020, 07:07 am

Yes


Post by Noddy on 07 June 2020, 07:07 am

True


Post by MKing on 07 June 2020, 07:05 am

True tale


Post by MaureenD on 07 June 2020, 07:05 am

Okay


Post by Mcdammie2 on 07 June 2020, 07:04 am

Bring it on


Post by Mhikel Jhago on 07 June 2020, 07:04 am

Nice update Interesting


Post by Chikwado4605 on 07 June 2020, 06:58 am

Something should be done Asap


Post by G-MONEY on 07 June 2020, 06:56 am

Nice


Post by Anakari4u on 07 June 2020, 06:54 am

Good info


Post by ujutojue on 07 June 2020, 06:52 am

Nice


Post by Gold2020 on 07 June 2020, 06:51 am

this is a good news


Post by Absanusi500 on 07 June 2020, 06:50 am

That's a good one


Post by Miskeyboy on 07 June 2020, 06:45 am

Ok.All because of corona virus. It is well..


Post by Damilola_1 on 07 June 2020, 06:39 am

Ok


Post by Stephanie05 on 07 June 2020, 06:38 am

All because of corona virus. It is well..


Post by Bosslady on 07 June 2020, 06:38 am

Hnmmmm.... Its well


Post by Ah_makah on 07 June 2020, 06:34 am

This covid has done alot of harm


Post by Olashile2 on 07 June 2020, 06:28 am

Okay oh


Post by Dokunsworld on 07 June 2020, 06:25 am

Nigeria I hail thee


Post by Shindaramhie on 07 June 2020, 06:23 am

It is well


Post by Calimay on 07 June 2020, 06:19 am

Is well with our country


Post by Stephen on 07 June 2020, 06:15 am

So bad


Post by Mr. Mac on 07 June 2020, 06:13 am

Pity for Nigerians


Post by chanke on 07 June 2020, 06:12 am

Although business confidence d


Post by Aggytox on 07 June 2020, 06:04 am

Cool


Post by nwagbarabeverly1 on 07 June 2020, 06:04 am

Cool


Post by Teeprince on 07 June 2020, 06:03 am

Ok


Post by Ebydollar on 07 June 2020, 06:02 am

that is true


Post by Chuky on 07 June 2020, 05:57 am

achieve the desired outcomes of a truly


Post by Wapzeepaul on 07 June 2020, 05:56 am

That is the work of the pandemic just cause alot of controversial


Post by Adeyeye on 07 June 2020, 05:54 am

Okay oo


Post by Segun247 on 07 June 2020, 05:54 am

All is well


Post by nwagbarajoelyn on 07 June 2020, 05:50 am

Ok


Post by Bencharles on 07 June 2020, 05:46 am

Things will soon be okay.


Post by ozo on 07 June 2020, 05:43 am

ssed, are desirable and important to


Post by Coutinho Eni on 07 June 2020, 05:40 am

May God help all employee


Post by Uthailey on 07 June 2020, 05:35 am

God help all paid employees at this time


Post by Alexboy on 07 June 2020, 05:30 am

Hmmmm


Post by Busayo879 on 07 June 2020, 05:26 am

About 98 percent companies in Nigeria kept their workforce despite the negative impacts of coronavirus on business,the Nigeria Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) report has revealed


Post by comfy on 07 June 2020, 05:22 am

necessary but not sufficient condition to transform ma


Post by Egeneja1010 on 07 June 2020, 05:19 am

More companies should be built in reducing poverty rate


Post by loyalgodfrey on 07 June 2020, 05:17 am

Cool job


Post by Wadigun on 07 June 2020, 05:15 am

We need urgent solution


Post by Ireneluv2 on 07 June 2020, 05:07 am

That's bad


Post by CEO74 on 07 June 2020, 05:05 am

Thank you for the statistical analysis PMI...but we need the real job


Post by Tobiogundeji6 on 07 June 2020, 05:03 am

God help us


Post by Matthew789 on 07 June 2020, 04:47 am

Yes


Post by Emmacharls on 07 June 2020, 04:44 am

Yes


Post by Sammybass on 07 June 2020, 04:41 am

Its well


Post by Charis1 on 07 June 2020, 04:40 am

Sad


Post by Lilberry on 07 June 2020, 04:38 am

Bad


Post by Gift on 07 June 2020, 04:38 am

Government should easy the lockdown


Post by Sodiq666 on 07 June 2020, 04:35 am

So sad


Post by Mjery on 07 June 2020, 04:35 am

God, help our workers


Post by Horlafimihan on 07 June 2020, 04:34 am

Government should ease lockdown to avoid this decrease.


Post by gidakpo on 07 June 2020, 04:33 am

this is really bad for our economy


Post by Ritty_empire on 07 June 2020, 04:32 am

This pandemic really affect us in many ways


Post by Justpriceless on 07 June 2020, 04:27 am

This sounds somehow


Post by YerimaJr. on 07 June 2020, 04:22 am

This makes youth to be engaged in crime


Post by olanoni on 07 June 2020, 04:22 am

Good


Post by Olatunbosun123 on 07 June 2020, 04:21 am

Better oooo


Post by Ogunlade722 on 07 June 2020, 04:20 am

Okay


Post by Bbakuyai on 07 June 2020, 04:14 am

Government should ease lockdown to avoid this decrease.


Post by Ovohome on 07 June 2020, 04:07 am

Only in Nigeria


Post by Solowise22 on 07 June 2020, 03:58 am

Yes so sad


Post by betty001 on 07 June 2020, 03:55 am

Okay


Post by Adamummy on 07 June 2020, 03:54 am

It's the duty of Nigeria ???????? to employ its citizens


Post by Vicky on 07 June 2020, 03:51 am

I feel it’s part of the damage this pandemic caused


Post by GraceLuka on 07 June 2020, 03:42 am

Absolutely true


Post by Muhazino on 07 June 2020, 03:39 am

We need to increase the employability of the citizens in this country.


Post by Yungpresidoo on 07 June 2020, 03:38 am

Its true


Post by tuminy_zena on 07 June 2020, 03:34 am

We need to increase the employability of the citizens in this country


Post by tuminy_zena on 07 June 2020, 03:34 am

We need to increase the employability of the citizens in this country


Post by Johnchuks on 07 June 2020, 03:27 am

This makes youth to be engaged in crime


Post by Samtimti on 07 June 2020, 03:25 am

Good


Post by Emmanuel01 on 07 June 2020, 03:22 am

This weak me oooooo


Post by Marvey626 on 07 June 2020, 03:20 am

May God help us


Post by Peachyluv on 07 June 2020, 03:18 am

Hmm, we need jobs o


Post by Lemmy on 07 June 2020, 03:14 am

This is scary


Post by BOYCLYNT on 07 June 2020, 03:13 am

Massively


Post by Vincent_vhyn on 07 June 2020, 03:11 am

Nigeria Problems God save us


Post by Riki on 07 June 2020, 03:05 am

This employment of a thing is so appalling


Post by Esther on 07 June 2020, 03:03 am

Hmm


Post by odunchristi on 07 June 2020, 03:00 am

Because there's no income to pay salaries


Post by ADAKOLE on 07 June 2020, 02:58 am

Good


Post by Mavriz007 on 07 June 2020, 02:57 am

Guys need work


Post by firstabbey on 07 June 2020, 02:57 am

It is well oooo


Post by Ehizrespect on 07 June 2020, 02:56 am

Gud update


Post by Alanal on 07 June 2020, 02:55 am

Nija way be failure


Post by Ajia4real on 07 June 2020, 02:55 am

Nice information


Post by John.j121 on 07 June 2020, 02:50 am

Nigeria government


Post by Nosakhare08 on 07 June 2020, 02:41 am

See them


Post by Abigailujunwa on 07 June 2020, 02:39 am

Nigeria government should try and put effort in their work


Post by Pelumi502 on 07 June 2020, 02:38 am

Ok


Post by MasterGidi on 07 June 2020, 02:35 am

May God help us


Post by Emeka71 on 07 June 2020, 02:34 am

Good information


Post by holar on 07 June 2020, 02:33 am

Thanks for the information but the government need to try doing something


Post by Adeleke3539 on 07 June 2020, 02:33 am

May God help us


Post by Bobby1234 on 07 June 2020, 02:33 am

That's kinda serious


Post by Gidi2021 on 07 June 2020, 02:32 am

Thanks for the information but the government need to try doing something


Post by Tonbon19 on 07 June 2020, 02:28 am

The government should try


Post by Esimmy on 07 June 2020, 02:27 am

Really tirering


Post by Hybrid on 07 June 2020, 02:26 am

Good


Post by Jessy Parker on 07 June 2020, 02:26 am

May God help us.


Post by Lekan24 on 07 June 2020, 02:25 am

That good idea


Post by Perpy001 on 07 June 2020, 02:23 am

That's ok


Post by database on 07 June 2020, 02:22 am

Thanks for the information


Post by [email protected] on 07 June 2020, 02:22 am

Like seriously is decreasing


Post by Sodiano20 on 07 June 2020, 02:21 am

Thais is nice


Post by Bolasco on 07 June 2020, 02:20 am

Partially True


Post by MARYAM61 on 07 June 2020, 02:19 am

Nice


Post by gizobwoi on 07 June 2020, 02:18 am

Hmm mm DAT seriouz


Post by Davpianist on 07 June 2020, 02:11 am

Sad


Post by Tochi119 on 07 June 2020, 02:10 am

Okay


Post by hulahronke63 on 07 June 2020, 02:10 am

Ok


Post by Anitajude on 07 June 2020, 02:08 am

Too bad


Post by UMAR31 on 07 June 2020, 02:06 am

Ok


Post by Tora on 07 June 2020, 01:41 am

this virus really affect very thing


Post by Marca006 on 07 June 2020, 01:37 am

Nice


Post by Ebube997 on 07 June 2020, 01:22 am

Okay


Post by Grande1234 on 07 June 2020, 01:11 am

Wow


Post by Walanta on 07 June 2020, 01:09 am

Okay


Post by Chianurika on 07 June 2020, 01:06 am

Hm


Post by ADAKOLE on 07 June 2020, 00:57 am

Good


Post by Symplysam on 07 June 2020, 00:53 am

May God help us This is too bad


Post by JimiSolade on 07 June 2020, 00:53 am

May God help us in this country


Post by chuks5525 on 07 June 2020, 00:52 am

i love giftalworld


Post by Ibtafs on 07 June 2020, 00:48 am

Thanks


Post by David7070 on 07 June 2020, 00:28 am

Wow this is good yo hear


Post by Rashidat128 on 07 June 2020, 00:27 am

Great news that business growth increases compared to previous months


Post by Hawesome1 on 07 June 2020, 00:24 am

Good news


Post by Mercx84 on 07 June 2020, 00:23 am

I'm so surprised. Giftalworld is doing well to make sure people are paid


Post by Kardia on 07 June 2020, 00:22 am

Too bad


Post by MEEYIMAA on 07 June 2020, 00:18 am

Okay


Post by Sassy on 07 June 2020, 00:17 am

God help us


Post by Ziczack on 07 June 2020, 00:14 am

Unemployment is the major setback of Nigeria


Post by Chivera signature on 07 June 2020, 00:12 am

God will direct and save us


Post by Odiespaul on 07 June 2020, 00:09 am

No employment opportunity


Post by Kramer2k on 06 June 2020, 23:56 pm

The government needs to really look in this and do something about it


Post by Esther2305 on 06 June 2020, 23:56 pm

Everything will b okay soon


Post by Lordvick on 06 June 2020, 23:49 pm

Only God will save us


Post by Anakari4u on 06 June 2020, 23:46 pm

Nice one


Post by Mjery on 06 June 2020, 23:46 pm

It will always be decreasing because of lack of plans by those in authority


Post by Sadiq2001 on 06 June 2020, 23:44 pm

Nice update


Post by ADE081 on 06 June 2020, 23:36 pm

nice one


Post by Yusufronk on 06 June 2020, 23:33 pm

Time to venture into SMEs


Post by Jujah on 06 June 2020, 23:30 pm

The rate of unemployment in this country should be taken care of


Post by Emiratedubai18 on 06 June 2020, 23:28 pm

Good


Post by Twister337 on 06 June 2020, 23:18 pm

This is why businesses like these should be widened to curtail unemployment


Post by Afeez4 on 06 June 2020, 23:16 pm

Almighty God should help us over this situation


Post by Richy21 on 06 June 2020, 23:09 pm

May God help our economy


Post by Bb75100 on 06 June 2020, 23:08 pm

Better


Post by marvelousaniche23 on 06 June 2020, 23:07 pm

Mad country


Post by OL9 on 06 June 2020, 23:05 pm

Good one


Post by Deblack on 06 June 2020, 22:57 pm

God help us


Post by Michael E on 06 June 2020, 22:53 pm

Nice


Post by Ogunlade722 on 06 June 2020, 22:50 pm

God will help us


Post by dy on 06 June 2020, 22:48 pm

God will help us


Post by @ChrisJohn01 on 06 June 2020, 22:47 pm

Thank for the update


Post by San444 on 06 June 2020, 22:38 pm

May God help us


Post by Silas12 on 06 June 2020, 22:38 pm

better


Post by Ghebhasz on 06 June 2020, 22:37 pm

May God help this nation


Post by Habeeb878 on 06 June 2020, 22:32 pm

Wow


Post by Ovohome on 06 June 2020, 22:25 pm

I hope everything goes back to normal soon


Post by Hegel97 on 06 June 2020, 22:22 pm

Good


Post by Adeyemi00009 on 06 June 2020, 22:20 pm

Good


Post by Presido234 on 06 June 2020, 22:20 pm

Okay


Post by Oluwafunmi22 on 06 June 2020, 22:19 pm

Coro park and go


Post by michealagbomi on 06 June 2020, 22:07 pm

Thanks to platform like this


Post by Inori02 on 06 June 2020, 22:07 pm

Corona virus wahala


Post by Lalisa on 06 June 2020, 22:03 pm

This pandemic is something else


Post by Egeneja1010 on 06 June 2020, 21:53 pm

We need to be absolutely patient


Post by Kclight on 06 June 2020, 21:48 pm

Negative effect of Covid19


Post by Siki on 06 June 2020, 21:47 pm

Due to this pandemic. God will help us


Post by Amarachi on 06 June 2020, 21:46 pm

It’s well


Post by Riki on 06 June 2020, 21:42 pm

This is not helping the youths at all


Post by nigel on 06 June 2020, 21:37 pm

So sad


Post by Pearl4048 on 06 June 2020, 21:36 pm

That's a bad news for our dear country


Post by Dammy944 on 06 June 2020, 21:25 pm

It is well.. these pandemic just spoil everything


Post by Decent96 on 06 June 2020, 21:20 pm

It's alright


Post by Dollypee03 on 06 June 2020, 21:13 pm

Huh... This isn't fine


Post by Queeniebleez on 06 June 2020, 21:01 pm

All thanks to packages like giftalworld


Post by Damilolakelvin on 06 June 2020, 20:56 pm

It stated the private sector remained in a deep downturn during May, with rates of decline in output and new orders only slightly softer than the unprecedented falls recorded in April 2020.


Post by Ariel2020 on 06 June 2020, 20:54 pm

This is bad for our economy... Anyway it was expected


Post by Uzojane on 06 June 2020, 20:49 pm

Am not surprised this pandemic layed off so many workers. It is well


Post by ICONIC on 06 June 2020, 20:41 pm

sad


Post by Gechy4luv on 06 June 2020, 20:41 pm

God give is directions...


Post by Monalisa on 06 June 2020, 20:39 pm

that is the will of God


Post by Ramzyrose on 06 June 2020, 20:36 pm

Nice update


Post by Sammini on 06 June 2020, 20:30 pm

Quarantine in progress


Post by Haqmanjr on 06 June 2020, 20:29 pm

Nice


Post by Benny bills on 06 June 2020, 20:28 pm

I pray God help us????????


Post by Mrjosh1 on 06 June 2020, 20:26 pm

Alright


Post by marvisboy on 06 June 2020, 20:21 pm

Okay


Post by samvic97 on 06 June 2020, 20:16 pm

Nice1


Post by Dollysmart on 06 June 2020, 20:08 pm

It shall be well again.


Post by Flare on 06 June 2020, 20:02 pm

Mix


Post by Chikezuba on 06 June 2020, 19:52 pm

That's good news though my company drop most of it's workers.


Post by Debby123 on 06 June 2020, 19:51 pm

Nice move


Post by Cchinonso on 06 June 2020, 19:44 pm

Anticipating


Post by Faith Emakpor on 06 June 2020, 19:40 pm

Things will go back to normal is just a matter of time


Post by KINGOMAR on 06 June 2020, 19:36 pm

Relaxing the the lockdown I believe business will move like before.


Post by Diokason on 06 June 2020, 19:36 pm

Yes


Post by Airmi on 06 June 2020, 19:36 pm

That just sum up the definition for our country


Post by Xtasharon on 06 June 2020, 19:29 pm

Too bad...


Post by Adeniyi oluwole on 06 June 2020, 19:27 pm

This is so bad


Post by Chisom5008 on 06 June 2020, 19:26 pm

God help us


Post by Mide_malcolm on 06 June 2020, 19:20 pm

That just sum up the definition for our country


Post by felicity2410 on 06 June 2020, 19:16 pm

Alright


Post by Kattybabe1 on 06 June 2020, 19:13 pm

The economy will be okay... It is just a matter of time


Post by Chydivine.e on 06 June 2020, 19:11 pm

Ok


Post by Richydice on 06 June 2020, 19:10 pm

Nice move


Post by Sasuke on 06 June 2020, 19:10 pm

Hmmm


Post by BasitKOKO on 06 June 2020, 19:02 pm

Ok


Post by Kalason86 on 06 June 2020, 19:02 pm

So sad, may God help us


Post by Ogbonna on 06 June 2020, 18:59 pm

God help us


Post by God on 06 June 2020, 18:54 pm

It is well


Post by Abenice85 on 06 June 2020, 18:38 pm

May God help


Post by Yobo123 on 06 June 2020, 18:34 pm

Ok


Post by Nonobi on 06 June 2020, 18:28 pm

Hmmm


Post by Mykiel15 on 06 June 2020, 18:27 pm

LMAO


Post by [email protected] on 06 June 2020, 18:25 pm

Don't think things re gonna change for good anytime soon


Post by Khadeefa on 06 June 2020, 18:21 pm

This is not good at all...


Post by Ibrahimladi on 06 June 2020, 18:16 pm

Alright


Post by Jeph212 on 06 June 2020, 18:13 pm

Too bad


Post by Oluwasegun1 on 06 June 2020, 18:11 pm

ok


Post by Wizzy95 on 06 June 2020, 18:09 pm

Why will it not fall ?


Post by Johnaldo5000 on 06 June 2020, 18:04 pm

The dead bone shall rise again


Post by Best444 on 06 June 2020, 18:02 pm

Okay I understand thanks


Post by Gracious51 on 06 June 2020, 17:54 pm

This is really tragic hmmmm God will surely save us


Post by ben001 on 06 June 2020, 17:50 pm

ok ooo


Post by alphin on 06 June 2020, 17:48 pm

It is well oh


Post by Hassan123 on 06 June 2020, 17:45 pm

Yea


Post by Greatemmanuel9 on 06 June 2020, 17:44 pm

I pray Nigeria will rise again


Post by @Elcarim on 06 June 2020, 17:43 pm

Good


Post by Okocha on 06 June 2020, 17:36 pm

Its all because of corona virus


Post by Arike1234 on 06 June 2020, 17:34 pm

Nigeria will be good one day


Post by Yomi2020 on 06 June 2020, 17:29 pm

It's all bcoz of covid- 19


Post by Senator90 on 06 June 2020, 17:27 pm

That's very bad


Post by Ramadan on 06 June 2020, 17:24 pm

Nice ine


Post by Onyinye27 on 06 June 2020, 17:23 pm

Crime will increase in this country of nothing is been done about it.


Post by folakemikelly on 06 June 2020, 17:23 pm

It is well


Post by Miracle97 on 06 June 2020, 17:20 pm

Ok


Post by Mbomah on 06 June 2020, 17:16 pm

Nawa oo


Post by Entuks on 06 June 2020, 17:14 pm

Ok


Post by Adio on 06 June 2020, 17:12 pm

ok


Post by Smart on 06 June 2020, 17:10 pm

My country my country


Post by Shindaramhie on 06 June 2020, 17:09 pm

It is well with our country


Post by Emeka71 on 06 June 2020, 17:06 pm

That's good


Post by Casty27 on 06 June 2020, 17:01 pm

One day Nigeria will rise I’m sure if that


Post by Obims on 06 June 2020, 17:01 pm

Is well with our country


Post by Manyo1992 on 06 June 2020, 16:58 pm

Nigeria is underdeveloped


Post by Dimashills2 on 06 June 2020, 16:53 pm

Employment in this country is really driving the country backward


Post by Wadigun on 06 June 2020, 16:51 pm

Well done


Post by Manasmart247 on 06 June 2020, 16:49 pm

Nice one Giftalworld


Post by Banger on 06 June 2020, 16:48 pm

May God help us


Post by Suliat1234 on 06 June 2020, 16:48 pm

May God help us


Post by Blaq Josh on 06 June 2020, 16:41 pm

It will be well.


Post by Ememvictor on 06 June 2020, 16:40 pm

Nice


Post by Atokeolami on 06 June 2020, 16:35 pm

We need serious prayer


Post by Wapzeepaul on 06 June 2020, 16:33 pm

That's totally set back and too bad for Nigeria as a country


Post by Victorphyll on 06 June 2020, 16:30 pm

Nigeria will be better one day


Post by WWE on 06 June 2020, 16:29 pm

Unemployment is not good for our country especially now


Post by David Desmond on 06 June 2020, 16:27 pm

We hope for a better Nigeria


Post by Djayemjay on 06 June 2020, 16:24 pm

God help us


Post by Olakitan22 on 06 June 2020, 16:12 pm

Great


Post by Cyrild on 06 June 2020, 16:11 pm

All things are posible with GOD


Post by Emmanuel on 06 June 2020, 16:11 pm

Great


Post by Jude on 06 June 2020, 16:11 pm

This is very bad


Post by Sordam on 06 June 2020, 16:08 pm

Yea, it's true


Post by Nana2k on 06 June 2020, 16:05 pm

May God help us


Post by Aishat on 06 June 2020, 16:03 pm

okay


Post by Maryann01 on 06 June 2020, 15:59 pm

This epidemic has worsened everything


Post by Purity on 06 June 2020, 15:58 pm

God help us oo. We encourage our youth to learn hand work


Post by ezymoni on 06 June 2020, 15:56 pm

It is well


Post by Ajia4real on 06 June 2020, 15:55 pm

May God save us


Post by Kaza on 06 June 2020, 15:51 pm

That's not new to us, unemployment has been there in about a decade now


Post by Oge bliss on 06 June 2020, 15:51 pm

God help us ooo. We encourage our youth to learn hand work.


Post by Giftal2020 on 06 June 2020, 15:50 pm

A time will come when Nigeria will be a better country


Post by Tiffey001 on 06 June 2020, 15:49 pm

That’s true Something should be done fast before criminal rate increases


Post by Angelmeg on 06 June 2020, 15:48 pm

In GOD we trust


Post by Bbakuyai on 06 June 2020, 15:47 pm

We will overcome


Post by Rhymzo123 on 06 June 2020, 15:46 pm

Okay continue


Post by Wahab14 on 06 June 2020, 15:45 pm

May God help all Nigerians


Post by Chijioke5 on 06 June 2020, 15:44 pm

God please help us


Post by Bashman200 on 06 June 2020, 15:43 pm

May God ease us all through this COVID_19 pandemic


Post by Janti96 on 06 June 2020, 15:41 pm

Gud


Post by Ea on 06 June 2020, 15:40 pm

God will help us


Post by Daniel okon on 06 June 2020, 15:40 pm

Good one


Post by Midepaul on 06 June 2020, 15:38 pm

God will see us through


Post by mercyogbenjuwa on 06 June 2020, 15:38 pm

self employment is the best policy


Post by Babatee001 on 06 June 2020, 15:37 pm

Sooner or later it will get better


Post by Cynthia 101 on 06 June 2020, 15:34 pm

God help us in this country


Post by Imported on 06 June 2020, 15:30 pm

With time things will get better


Post by Kosi1 on 06 June 2020, 15:27 pm

Good


Post by RaymondRox on 06 June 2020, 15:25 pm

Update


Post by Timmah1983 on 06 June 2020, 15:23 pm

Is a good one


Post by Victorystone on 06 June 2020, 15:22 pm

I didn’t feel this decrease


Post by bilz102 on 06 June 2020, 15:20 pm

Why wouldn't it decline when corona is still here. Not just in Nigeria but globally


Post by Richman on 06 June 2020, 15:18 pm

God will do that which on man can do


Post by ujutojue on 06 June 2020, 15:16 pm

All is well


Post by Trendyluk on 06 June 2020, 15:16 pm

God will save our future


Post by Sodiano20 on 06 June 2020, 15:15 pm

All is well


Post by Ola123 on 06 June 2020, 15:14 pm

Chaiii... It is well


Post by MzGoldy on 06 June 2020, 15:14 pm

Good


Post by Nantim2020 on 06 June 2020, 15:11 pm

Nice


Post by [email protected] on 06 June 2020, 15:09 pm

Na wa


Post by Bosslady on 06 June 2020, 15:09 pm

Thanks for sharing


Post by Ilamosi2 on 06 June 2020, 15:05 pm

It's encouraging because we can't put all the blames on the government


Post by BBWEALTH on 06 June 2020, 14:58 pm

Nice


Post by Mufti on 06 June 2020, 14:56 pm

Fine


Post by Godspower chinemerem on 06 June 2020, 14:55 pm

Good one


Post by Esther44 on 06 June 2020, 14:54 pm

Its okay


Post by ELVIS on 06 June 2020, 14:51 pm

Thanks for sharing


Post by database on 06 June 2020, 14:49 pm

thanks for the information


Post by Benzboi on 06 June 2020, 14:44 pm

God bless those still working.


Post by Hay_kay on 06 June 2020, 14:41 pm

Okay


Post by Gojason on 06 June 2020, 14:41 pm

It is well


Post by Gwisdom on 06 June 2020, 14:39 pm

It is well


Post by Meesin on 06 June 2020, 14:38 pm

God bless those companies that retained their workers even with the negative effect of this pandemic


Post by Staris on 06 June 2020, 14:33 pm

That's nice


Post by Timeyin007 on 06 June 2020, 14:33 pm

Good


Post by Abusi on 06 June 2020, 14:32 pm

Nice


Post by Habibat on 06 June 2020, 14:29 pm

God we seek for your intervention let this covid 19 return as it came


Post by Preciousseun on 06 June 2020, 14:29 pm

It is welk


Post by Kingwale007 on 06 June 2020, 14:29 pm

Thank God it was just marginal, it will not be too difficult to rise again


Post by Fearful111 on 06 June 2020, 14:24 pm

Chai! This country eeh


Post by Nwokeafot on 06 June 2020, 14:22 pm

God please intervene


Post by ziond on 06 June 2020, 14:18 pm

this is really serious


Post by unikguy on 06 June 2020, 14:17 pm

We will rise again


Post by Adeboye on 06 June 2020, 14:16 pm

Who talk am?


Post by Victory708 on 06 June 2020, 14:16 pm

Because if this virus


Post by Greatboy on 06 June 2020, 14:13 pm

It has really decreased


Post by kelvinideal on 06 June 2020, 14:13 pm

the result of the lockdown


Post by Eyinjuoluwa on 06 June 2020, 14:12 pm

Improvement


Post by emkayvee on 06 June 2020, 14:11 pm

Nice


Post by Moses09 on 06 June 2020, 14:11 pm

God will help


Post by ZaddyD on 06 June 2020, 14:06 pm

Dope


Post by LittleDan54 on 06 June 2020, 14:03 pm

This is really aweful


Post by Godspower on 06 June 2020, 14:03 pm

Ok


Post by Chikwado4605 on 06 June 2020, 14:02 pm

This is so bad for us in this period..


Post by Mavis nengi on 06 June 2020, 14:02 pm

And they don't want to do something about it


Post by Samswaggs01 on 06 June 2020, 14:00 pm

VERY GOOD


Post by Ephraim udo on 06 June 2020, 14:00 pm

God will help


Post by Udybliss1 on 06 June 2020, 14:00 pm

Okay


Post by Aguero1 on 06 June 2020, 13:57 pm

God bless those companies that retained their workers even with the negative effect of this pandemic


Post by Callie23 on 06 June 2020, 13:54 pm

Thanks giftalworld for this wonderful platform


Post by Davidcash on 06 June 2020, 13:54 pm

The expected effect of Covid 19


Post by Khalif234 on 06 June 2020, 13:50 pm

This is great


Post by Zinnyzee01 on 06 June 2020, 13:48 pm

The economy is hitting everyone real hard.


Post by Adeyeye on 06 June 2020, 13:47 pm

Nice


Post by Chibuike2000 on 06 June 2020, 13:42 pm

God will provide for those that lost their job


Post by C0ded on 06 June 2020, 13:40 pm

Okay


Post by Kossy on 06 June 2020, 13:35 pm

employment in Nigeria decreased marginally despite predictions


Post by George Washington on 06 June 2020, 13:34 pm

It stated the private sector remained in a deep downturn during May, with rates of decline in output and new orders only slightly softer than the unprecedented falls recorded in April 2020


Post by Mr.AJK on 06 June 2020, 13:30 pm

The Nigeria PMI survey report, a property of Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC, is a collection of economic indicators obtained from monthly surveys of Nigeria private sector companies.


Post by Sammy42 on 06 June 2020, 13:28 pm

It stated the private sector remained in a deep downturn during May, with rates of decline in output and new orders only slightly softer than the unprecedented falls recorded in April 2020


Post by Lady Hossy on 06 June 2020, 13:26 pm

now that the have restrict lock hope employment go de


Post by Eucharia13 on 06 June 2020, 13:25 pm

Let God save us


Post by Pappiechula on 06 June 2020, 13:25 pm

This is an unpleasant news


Post by Dunu on 06 June 2020, 13:23 pm

There hasn't been employment biko


Post by Uthailey on 06 June 2020, 13:22 pm

I really want to thank the private sector, most of them are trying during this period.


Post by Jaiye007 on 06 June 2020, 13:19 pm

Ok


Post by Princeoj on 06 June 2020, 13:18 pm

That is bad.. well on God


Post by Falcao2023 on 06 June 2020, 13:16 pm

I like this one


Post by chescadamian on 06 June 2020, 13:15 pm

It's well


Post by Tsmartamt on 06 June 2020, 13:15 pm

Nice one


Post by Walex48320 on 06 June 2020, 13:15 pm

Good to hear


Post by Phamous on 06 June 2020, 13:14 pm

This is not fair


Post by Faith_eloho on 06 June 2020, 13:13 pm

Not encouraging


Post by Sharon W on 06 June 2020, 13:13 pm

Gud


Post by Alvan2002 on 06 June 2020, 13:12 pm

Sad


Post by OmoAkin97 on 06 June 2020, 13:11 pm

That's bad


Post by Chigozie99 on 06 June 2020, 13:10 pm

Sad one


Post by GMAT on 06 June 2020, 13:08 pm

It needs to increase again


Post by olajide386 on 06 June 2020, 13:07 pm

God help us


Post by DonStrings on 06 June 2020, 13:07 pm

Wow


Post by Eniolorunda0705 on 06 June 2020, 13:06 pm

Wow


Post by Giftjames1 on 06 June 2020, 13:06 pm

Its well


Post by Precious Anthony on 06 June 2020, 13:06 pm

May God help us


Post by Sommy Gee on 06 June 2020, 13:04 pm

God help us


Post by Olan87 on 06 June 2020, 13:02 pm

Only God can help us out o


Post by Miracle5658 on 06 June 2020, 13:00 pm

God will see us through


Post by Seraph2438 on 06 June 2020, 12:59 pm

God help us


Post by Dean 123 on 06 June 2020, 12:57 pm

Na today


Post by Zubbyprince on 06 June 2020, 12:57 pm

As expected


Post by Richards24 on 06 June 2020, 12:56 pm

Very bad..may God save us


Post by Abdulkareem on 06 June 2020, 12:46 pm

they don't care about it


Post by Brosyella on 06 June 2020, 12:45 pm

Nt gud????


Post by Gold2020 on 06 June 2020, 12:37 pm

they don't care about it


Post by TeeMan on 06 June 2020, 12:36 pm

Ain't a good news


Post by GraceLuka on 06 June 2020, 12:35 pm

Sad news


Post by Mrmick19 on 06 June 2020, 12:33 pm

So bad


Post by Fried12 on 06 June 2020, 12:31 pm

No one is employing now


Post by Amara221 on 06 June 2020, 12:31 pm

This is serious


Post by T4wealth on 06 June 2020, 12:29 pm

It's because of this pandemic in the country that is bringing all this decrease in employment.bcs the country economy is backwards so employers can not taking in workers again


Post by TeTiTaKa on 06 June 2020, 12:29 pm

Very sad to hear


Post by HorlamiArc on 06 June 2020, 12:29 pm

terrific


Post by Omotola1 on 06 June 2020, 12:27 pm

Nice


Post by olanoni on 06 June 2020, 12:25 pm

So sad


Post by Rosemary Fabian on 06 June 2020, 12:24 pm

Sad


Post by Maxwell93 on 06 June 2020, 12:22 pm

So sad


Post by Oluprecious on 06 June 2020, 12:22 pm

This is so sad


Post by bensonmfon on 06 June 2020, 12:22 pm

Lost


Post by Nikky-G on 06 June 2020, 12:21 pm

This is not good enough


Post by Favy Jnr on 06 June 2020, 12:21 pm

We fear nothing coz God dey


Post by Sammybass on 06 June 2020, 12:21 pm

Very bad


Post by Freya2020 on 06 June 2020, 12:20 pm

Too bad


Post by Kingmicky7 on 06 June 2020, 12:20 pm

I think this is a fact Maybe it is due to the pandemic


Post by Useey021 on 06 June 2020, 12:18 pm

Perfect


Post by Vickxenj on 06 June 2020, 12:18 pm

Dope


Post by Abbarukkaiya on 06 June 2020, 12:17 pm

Too bad


Post by Kingjeffrey on 06 June 2020, 12:16 pm

This was expected


Post by Longman1994 on 06 June 2020, 12:15 pm

wow


Post by Ah_makah on 06 June 2020, 12:11 pm

This covid 19 has really done alot


Post by Atikuumar on 06 June 2020, 12:11 pm

Expected for a long time


Post by Bambi on 06 June 2020, 12:10 pm

God help us


Post by Anitajude on 06 June 2020, 12:08 pm

Because of covid 19, God help us


Post by Mercyblaze40 on 06 June 2020, 12:08 pm

It's not a new thing


Post by Violet_Blaq on 06 June 2020, 12:07 pm

As expected!


Post by Livie165 on 06 June 2020, 12:07 pm

One can't blame these employers when they resort to relieving their staff off their positions.... The economy is hitting everybody hard


Post by Jagaba on 06 June 2020, 12:07 pm

I wonder how it will be after this pandemic


Post by Femi417 on 06 June 2020, 12:04 pm

Too bad


Post by Kinx080 on 06 June 2020, 12:04 pm

K


Post by izzy_jo on 06 June 2020, 12:03 pm

I pray this thing phases out soon


Post by Calimay on 06 June 2020, 12:03 pm

It was expected


Post by Dayveed0079 on 06 June 2020, 12:03 pm

May God help us and I’m happy unemployment is decreasing


Post by Marthoranking on 06 June 2020, 12:02 pm

God will help us take away Covid-19 which is d cause


Post by lordsammy123 on 06 June 2020, 12:02 pm

ok


Post by Abu Muiz on 06 June 2020, 12:01 pm

Good


Post by Olusina11 on 06 June 2020, 11:59 am

Wonderful and requires God Almighty


Post by chidejane on 06 June 2020, 11:59 am

most person are still working and employers tried their best to pay


Post by Adamsabiodun2020 on 06 June 2020, 11:59 am

Noo comment


Post by Donjay006 on 06 June 2020, 11:58 am

True talk


Post by Zsalisul on 06 June 2020, 11:58 am

We pray that the pandemic will be over and opportunities for employment will be opened.


Post by Salay on 06 June 2020, 11:57 am

Is a pity.


Post by Mustinaas on 06 June 2020, 11:57 am

It was expected with this global pandemic crisis. Hope we are able to recover


Post by Imoleayomie on 06 June 2020, 11:57 am

Nice one


Post by Casimir007 on 06 June 2020, 11:56 am

Most of them really tried to be paying their workers during the lockdown


Post by Babyporch on 06 June 2020, 11:56 am

Alright


Post by youngwarrior on 06 June 2020, 11:55 am

Hmm this is getting interesting. I just pray that the issue of unemployment is resolved


Post by Emasvic on 06 June 2020, 11:55 am

Everyday New Business comes up


Post by Sodiq666 on 06 June 2020, 11:54 am

Nice one


Post by _chyomah on 06 June 2020, 11:54 am

Nice


Post by Holayemi on 06 June 2020, 11:53 am

Business everywhere no need to get employed


Post by Kemzolat on 06 June 2020, 11:53 am

I just pray this pandemic stop


Post by Sulaimon654 on 06 June 2020, 11:53 am

Youth need work


Post by Gallob1 on 06 June 2020, 11:53 am

Seriously


Post by Ememedi on 06 June 2020, 11:53 am

Thats not good


Post by Sylva_Uk on 06 June 2020, 11:53 am

It is well


Post by Sylva_Uk on 06 June 2020, 11:53 am

It is well


Post by Mhyeemee on 06 June 2020, 11:52 am

This is serious


Post by Remmyd on 06 June 2020, 11:51 am

So seriously


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