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McKinsey Nigeria

We are helping Nigeria accelerate growth, develop leaders, and strengthen its institutions.

With 170 million people, Nigeria is Africa’s most populous country, and its economy is one of the world’s fastest growing. Since 2002, McKinsey has played an active part in driving this growth and accelerating development. Our team of highly qualified consultants, from Nigeria and around the world, helps government leaders reform key institutions, build skills, expand infrastructure, and shape the growth of major economic sectors. And we help leading Nigerian companies win as regional and global champions, and multinationals build high-impact African operations.

15+

years

McKinsey has played an active role in Nigeria

120+

projects

completed in Nigeria to date

70

percent

of consultants have at least a master’s degree from a top university

Careers

Working in Nigeria

For top talent from Nigeria and around the world, McKinsey’s Lagos office provides exciting opportunities to work directly with senior government and business leaders on critical issues—and to deliver impact that is visible in the transformation of entire organizations, sectors, and even countries. Our culture is energetic, entrepreneurial, and close-knit, and we strongly support professional and personal development. We are recruiting top-tier professionals at all levels of experience and offer tailored programs for exceptional young talent.

FEATURED INSIGHTS

Article

Finding Africa’s path: Shaping bold solutions to save lives and livelihoods in the COVID-19 crisis

– The impact of COVID-19 in Africa could be devastating—unless governments, development institutions, and the private sector act with extraordinary speed and agility in the weeks ahead.
Article

Tackling COVID-19 in Africa

– An unfolding health and economic crisis that demands bold action
Report - McKinsey Global Institute

The power of parity: Advancing women’s equality in Africa

– Gender inequality in Africa remains high, and progress toward gender parity has stagnated. This is a large missed opportunity... for African societies and for the continent’s growth prospects.
Report

The future of work in South Africa: Digitisation, productivity and job creation

– Digitisation and automation could result in a net gain of up to 1.2 million jobs in South Africa by 2030, and companies need to... move fast to capitalise on these opportunities.
Report

Women and the future of work: A window of opportunity in Western Europe?

– Profound transformations across labor markets in Western Europe will present important new opportunities to improve gender parity... in the workplace.

Our Location

Lagos

Heritage Place
21 Lugard Avenue
6th Floor
Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria

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