May 16 - A month after Boko Haram kidnapped over 200 Nigerian schoolgirls, Nomura’s Alastair Newton says the move will do the group a lot of harm but is unlikely to slow down the high-flying Nigerian economy.
I'm Alastair Newton senior political analyst at Nomura international PLC. Do. The kidnapping. Of the school goes in Nigeria. It's probably done but -- right now. It is important national attention to what has been a festering problems in Nigeria successful is now. This high profile event means that we that the international community to US Britain. -- -- -- Looking to help Nigerians whose -- This deeply -- very dangerous terrorism problem which is sort of follow confined itself Boston's north of the country. But which has satisfy -- a couple of Lucia. In principle at least it does pose threats. The economic -- of violence oil industry. Sorry Nigeria's oil industry in the sale of it remains to be seen whether the pop up around compete effectively countered by these compliance rules we're. Together with the going through security forces which -- filed with the that you respect that. Let's hope not really prove themselves to be effective. Against threats. Difficult situation -- Nigeria coming through elections next -- the government's handling of its most recent crisis. Has cost down to average home attendance this fight. Going to -- this very solid economic performance is now officially. The largest. Good luck Jonathan may not survive this crisis in -- from bearing in mind. The TV is present still right by -- Having vice president and the success that its predecessor died. And there are many Muslims in the establishment in Nigeria and feels that it should be it's from us than just that. Next year so a lot of political uncertainty but let's keep in mind. The economy is continuing to do well oil prices of buoyant which speaks well for Nigeria's prospects. And so far -- -- around has not managed. To bring its terrorists and to bet against him -- industry.