Last week, the Stears insights team analysed promises from Nigeria's All Progressive Congress (APC) and People's Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidates.
Some plans didn’t leave us convinced that the candidates understood the issues plaguing several aspects of the economy. Worse, others could possibly push Nigeria into further economic and financial ruin.
On a brighter note, plans for the power and agricultural sectors showed that the parties understood the sectors’ challenges.
Still, neither manifesto inspired confidence that either candidate could steer Nigeria in the right direction. Will things be different with Nigeria's third force manifesto?
Peter Obi, the presidential candidate for Labour Party (LP), released his grand plans two weeks ago. To break it down for our readers, we’ve focused on five core economic sectors and applied the same metrics from our analysis of the All Progressive Congress (APC) and People's Democratic Party (PDP).
For this analysis, the scores will be centred on relevance (how well they address the issues), implementation (how realistic they are) and novelty (how new they