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LOCATION: Nigeria

POSITION: – CA (SR)
EXPERIENCE: 4 YEARS (MINIMUM)

Job Description:-

 Verify, allocate, post and reconcile accounts payable and receivable.

 Prepare balance sheet.

 Prepare cash flow statement

 Prepare profit and loss account

 Prepare trial balance

 Present performance rations

 Produce budget statement

 Match budget to actual

 Prepare tax payments

 Estimate and track tax returns

 Identify tax savings and suggest ways to increase profits

 Complete quarterly and annual tax reports

 Produce error-free accounting reports and present their results

 

Requirements

 Finalization of accounts, submission, and liaising with tax authorities.

 Solid knowledge of using ERP

 Knowledge of implementation of ERP finance module

 Excellent English

 Must have worked in retail

 Reconciliation

 Experience with general ledger functions and the month-end/year- end close process

 Hands-on experience with accounting software packages, like FreshBooks and QuickBooks

 BS degree in Accounting, Finance or relevant.

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Is Nigeria Africa’s Biggest Economy Now?

Posted by | June 7, 2014 | Nigeria jobs

Nigerians, yesterday, discovered the surprising news that the size of their economy haddoubled overnight, making it the largest economy in Africa and the 26th-largest in the world. It took the biggest-in-Africa crown away from South Africa, which still has a much larger GDP per capita.

Nigeria hadn’t calculated its GDP since 1990, and the new number takes into account a swath of new industries for the country, including telecommunications and the booming Nollywood film industry.

This isn’t the first time this has happened in Africa in recent years. After a similar recalculation in 2010, the size of Ghana’s economy “grew” by 60 percent, catapulting it into the World Bank’s middle-income bracket.

Given that these countries seem to have had entire sectors of the economy they were leaving off their books, it certainly raises some questions about other GDP figures we see reported on a regular basis.

The unreliability of African economic statistics was the topic of a book last year by Simon Fraser University economist Morten Jerven. Jerven argues that GDP “is the most widely used measure of economic activity, yet little is known about how this metric is produced and misused in debates about African economic development.”

On the other hand, as my old colleague Uri Friedman asks, “Are we too obsessed with GDP as a measure of countries’ economic strength and health?”

As Chris Blattman put it last year, policymakers are hung up on the reliability of statistics because they “want the world nicely ordered with levers to pull and a dashboard to monitor.” Improving the numbers we have would be great, but most countries have more pressing concerns.

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Top African Markets on the basis of Global Imports & Imports from India

Posted by | November 22, 2013 | Uncategorized

 

 

 

 

Rank in African Country’s Imports from India Year 2008

 

 

Importers

Country’s Total Imports in 2007

Country’s Total Imports in 2008

%age Share in African Region Year

2008

%age Growth in African Country’s Imports in the year

2008/

2007

Country’s Imports from India in 2008

Country’s Imports from India in 2008

%age Share of India in Country’s Total Imports

%age Growth in African Country’s Imports from India in the year

2008/

2007

1

South Africa 79872.58 87593.07 18.71 9.67 1777.54 2261.94 2.58 27.25

2

Egypt

0

52752.14 11.27

0

1758.33 3.33

3

Kenya 8989.26 11127.82 2.38 23.79 844.55 1309.55 11.77 55.06

4

Mauritius 3900.9 4669.75

1

19.71 825.95 1116.64 23.91 35.2

5

Tanzania 5919.02 6140.95 1.31 3.75 512.71 1063.92 17.32 107.51

6

Nigeria 32357.35 28193.6 6.02 -12.87 1443.21 1023.98 3.63 -29.05

7

Ethiopia 5808.65 8680.33 1.85 49.44 429.11 635.62 7.32 48.12

8

Sudan 9830.37 16416.73 3.51

67

277.21 579.37 3.53 109

9

Algeria 27631.2 39306.06 8.4 42.25 444.35 554.95 1.41 24.89

10

Uganda 3493.35 4525.86 0.97 29.56 344.97 470.49 10.4 36.39

11

Djibouti 2330.4 2042.86 0.44 -12.34 405 394.05 19.29 -2.7

12

Ghana 7278.29 9057.69 1.94 24.45 319.19 392.48 4.33 22.96

13

Morocco 31650.39 42321.96 9.04 33.72 314.31 353.41 0.84 12.44

14

Angola 12317.37 20443.49 4.37 65.97 233.83 330.03 1.61 41.15

15

Benin 4621.95 6292.78 1.34 36.15 220.05 244.26 3.88

11

16

Tunisia 19099.37 24638.38 5.26

29

162.57 218.37 0.89 34.32

17

Congo 3442.93 3420.03 0.73 -0.67 137.94 209.25 6.12 51.7

18

Zambia 3971.13 5060.48 1.08 27.43 162.7 191.59 3.79 17.76

19

Madagascar 2445.48 3845.89 0.82 57.27 70.18 180.76 4.7 157.58

20

Namibia 4026 4688.57

1

16.46 32.72 162.36 3.46 396.15

21

Togo 787.1 3505.93 0.75 345.42 16.63 151.98 4.33 814.08

22

Mozambique 3049.75 4007.76 0.86 31.41 131.82 144.36 3.6 9.52

23

Senegal 4871.39 6527.6 1.39

34

194.63 139.79 2.14 -28.18

24

Côte dIvoire 6683.12 7883.68 1.68 17.96 169.78 131.47 1.67 -22.56

25

Malawi 1377.85 2203.69 0.47 59.94 69.24 106.79 4.85 54.23

26

Libyan ArabJamahiriya 11938.63 17924.55 3.83 50.14 123.46 102.84 0.57 -16.7

27

Somalia 823.78 924.21 0.2 12.19 108.6 99.3 10.74 -8.57

28

Cameroon 3174.08 3826.08 0.82 20.54 65.3 94.68 2.47

45

29

Mali 2184.85 3338.93 0.71 52.82 78.34 66.08 1.98 -15.65

30

BurkinaFaso 1301.76 1333.71 0.28 2.45 21.15 53.09 3.98 151

31

Guinea 1281.5 1907.9 0.41 48.88 63.72 50.29 2.64 -21.08

32

Sierra Leone 610.4 742.98 0.16 21.72 27.55 44.26 5.96 60.66

33

Rwanda 696.88 1145.62 0.24 64.39 24.85 39.74 3.47 59.96

34

Lesotho 270.31 307.2 0.07 13.65

7.1

35.44 11.54 399

 

 

Rank in African Country’s Imports from India Year 2008

 

 

Importers

Country’s Total Imports in 2007

Country’s Total Imports in 2008

%age Share in African Region Year

2008

%age Growth in African Country’s Imports in the year

2008/

2007

Country’s Imports from India in 2008

Country’s Imports from India in 2008

%age Share of India in Country’s Total Imports

%age

Growth in African Country’s Imports from India in the year

2008/

2007

35

Zimbabwe 3441.65 2831.81 0.6 -17.72 40.81 33.42 1.18 -18.1

36

Mauritania 1430.42 1913.3 0.41 33.76 9.07 32.24 1.69 255.66

37

Niger 955.69 1247.49 0.27 30.53 30.48 28.96 2.32 -4.96

38

Seychelles

0

911.89 0.19

0

26.34 2.89

39

Liberia 7856.61 11739.94 2.51 49.43 20.94 24.8 0.21 18.47

40

Botswana 3986.92 896.61 0.19 -77.51 13.63 23.31 2.6

71

41

Gabon 2297.63 2487.39 0.53 8.26 23.36 22.2 0.89

-5

42

Eritrea 349.76 256.02 0.05 -26.8 104.96 20.99 8.2

-80

43

Chad 531.22 710.57 0.15 33.76 14.28 16.59 2.33 16.16

44

Burundi 423 315.16 0.07 -25.49 14.24 15.86 5.03 11.41

45

Swaziland 1270.08 276.74 0.06 -78.21 16.17 14.79 5.34 -8.52

46

Comoros 160.26 197.54 0.04 23.26 8.87 12.86 6.51

45

47

EquatorialGuinea 1248.76 1629.6 0.35 30.5 9.17 7.63 0.47 -16.72

48

Gambia 320.94 329.4 0.07 2.64 6.45 5.69 1.73 -11.86

49

Dem.Rep.of the Congo 2779.15 3761.56 0.8 35.35 3.25

3.8

0.1 16.91

50

Central African Republic 185.79 294.56 0.06 58.54 1.28 2.05 0.7

60

51

Guinea- Bissau 205.66 239.63 0.05 16.52 3.77 1.85 0.77

-51

52

Cape Verde 736.99 853.81 0.18 15.85 0.29 0.35 0.04 21.23

53

Saint Helena 77.41 45.75 0.01 -40.9 1.59

0.2

0.43 -87.65

54

Sao Tome and Principe 79.42 114.05 0.02 43.6

0.1

0.17 0.15 75.79
AfricaTotal 336375 467851 100 39.09 10382.9 15005.52 3.21 44.52