Welcome to TPFN

The Professionals’ Forum of Nigeria (TPFN) is an apolitical and non-governmental organization consisting a body of corporate professionals from different fields saddled (locally and in diaspora) with the thrust to change the Nigerian narrative as a corrupt nation and steer leadership in the right course.

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A forum of technocrats and progressive minds with a wealth of experience in their various fields as successful professionals. TPFN is rightly positioned to drive the much needed change required for a sustainable National development.

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Akinwumi Adeseye
Adepitan Bero
Vice President
Oluwaseun Agbejimi
Olanrewaju Idris
Public Relations Officer

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  • Godanointing Aderibigbe

    Godanointing Aderibigbe

    Impact of COVID 19 on the Nigerian Economy Today, the world combats an unusual problem, a global health pandemic. This pandemic stems from the emergence of an unknown strand of Coronavirus, an infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). First identified in Wuhan, China, today, the virus has spread to over 200 countries, infecting over three million people and killing over two hundred thousand people. Unfortunately, Nigeria is no exception as the giant of Africa is...
  • Habeeb Asudemade

    Habeeb Asudemade

    The Impact of COVID-19 on the Nigerian Economy With this essay, I analyse the impacts of Covid-19 pandemic on the Nigerian economy and proffer solutions to mitigate these impacts and strengthen the economy later on. Although a crisis that started off in the public health sector, Covid-19 has yielded negative effects to world economies. Countries have closed their factories, industries, and borders thereby causing a big strain on international trade. This is more serious for a country like Nigeria whose...
  • Emmanuel Igbokwe

    Emmanuel Igbokwe

    Impact of COVID-19 on the Nigerian economy Confirmed cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus have surpassed 3 million globally, with death figures more than 200 thousand. Fortunately, Nigeria has had a much slower rate of infection and death rate. Nevertheless the devastating effect on commerce and the economies have been felt in both the well affected Nations, and the lesser affected ones. Most countries around the world has a form of lockdown and movement restrictions, which are measures utilized to curtail...
  • Egwu Sharon

    Egwu Sharon

    The Impact of COVID-19 on the Nigerian Economy Addressing the matter of crucial importance, the Coronavirus pandemic which emerged from Wuhan,China as the year 2019 was coming to a close is no unpopular subject. Within the space of five months, it has become a global menace with Nigeria being one of the affected countries. Unfortunately, the virus brings with its entrance, an inevitable toll on the economy. It is not oblivious from the emergence of COVID-19 that there are implications...
  • Chidiebere Obialor

    Chidiebere Obialor

    The Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on the Nigerian Economy The Coronavirus Pandemic (“Covid-19” or “the Pandemic”) has created global economic crisis like never before. According to International Monetary Fund (“IMF”), its impact will be worse than the global financial crisis of 2008-09.  Furthermore, the World Bank predicts that Sub-Saharan Africa will suffer the most and millions will be left in abject poverty.  Nigeria is not exempt. Even before the Covid-19 outbreak, Nigeria’s economy was beset by rising external shocks...
  • Ekene Nnagha

    Ekene Nnagha

    IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY. Corona virus disease 19 (COVID-19 originated from Hubei Province, Wuhan City, China in December, 2019 and is classified as a severe acute respiratory syndrome corona virus-2 (SARS COV2). It was declared as a public health emergency in January, 2020 and a pandemic on March 11, 2020 by the World Health Organization (WHO). It has impacted negatively on the socio-economic status of over 210 countries across the globe, including Nigeria, which has the largest...
  • Kehinde Adekeye

    Kehinde Adekeye

    Impact of COVID-19 on the Nigerian Economy As a registered member of the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria and member of the Nigerian Union of Teachers, Oyo State Chapter, I am well aware of the sacrifice and selfless service rendered not only by teachers but all workers in Nigeria. It is a sad reality that the coronavirus pandemic has barred workers from going about their daily activities. Howbeit, not only workers are affected but also economic activities with great effect...
  • Odinaka Akpamgbo

    Odinaka Akpamgbo

    Impact of COVID-19 on the Nigerian Economy 1.0. My love for my country inspires this piece. 2.0. ABSTRACT: About a hundred years ago, the world walked out of a major war. Today, the world can only pray for so much-to walk out of a similar, yet so different war. One fought not with guns and explosives; but with wit, science and strategy. One with medical officers at the battle front. In the wake of this war, lacerations have been made...
  • Nater Akpen

    Nater Akpen

    THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY The economic cost of the COVID-19 pandemic sums up to no mean value. At present, it is far easier to under-project the scale of the coming economic trauma than to exaggerate it. Economic optimism has lost currency; pessimism has become the new posture and uncertainty is the soundtrack of the times. The economy is at its knees and its clatter has been all but silenced. The Nigerian economy, already beset by...
  • Elijah Joseph

    Elijah Joseph

    The Impact of COVID-19 on the Nigerian Economy The saying, “The world is a global village”, though now cliché, remains very valid and true. The ease of the movement of people, goods, services and money around the world emphasizes this point. This ease of movement, unfortunately, contributed to the ease and speed at which the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid 19) spread globally, leading to the pandemic. This disease currently affects almost 200 countries of the world with Nigeria not...
  • Oluwaseyi Komolafe

    Oluwaseyi Komolafe

    THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY With 2.98 million coronavirus cases and 206,342 deaths globally, the world is in a continuous battle with the COVID-19 pandemic. Before the occurrence, the prospect for the world economy — and especially developing countries like Nigeria — was frail, as global GDP growth was estimated to be only 2.5 percent in 2020. Initially, developing countries recorded fewer cases but the pallid capability of health care systems in these countries has exasperated...
  • Adegbite Muyideen

    Adegbite Muyideen

    Impact of COVID-19 on the Nigerian Economy No doubt, the spread of COVID-19 has taken its toll on giant countries in the world of which Nigeria is not an exception. Ever since the index case of COVID-19 was reported in February 2020, so many things have begun to happen that will eventually change the narrative in this nation. In the wake of all these happenings, Nigerians both home and abroad have continued to debate what the fate of the nation’s...
  • Oladapo Obafemi

    Oladapo Obafemi

    The Impact of COVID-19 on the Nigerian Economy The novel COVID-19 has shaken the world with great power, such that the world isn’t certain of how to attend to its cause. The Nigerian economy just like the rest of the world is feeling the dead weight of the virus from numerous dimensions. These dimensions are as discussed in the succeeding paragraphs. The Economy of Nigeria is known to be a mono-economy as a result of its huge dependence on a...

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A Presentation by Olanrewaju Farotimi - 23rd June, 2020

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A Presentation by Dr. Rotimi Adesanya - 22nd May, 2020

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