Welcome to

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

An ecosystem of partners: The foundation of capital project excellence

– To deliver large capital projects in heavy industry more efficiently, project owners can consider forming an ecosystem of partners and fundamentally rethinking ways of working together.
Interview

Africa’s plan for a continent-wide pandemic recovery

– Dr. John Nkengasong, director of Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC), explains what’s needed... to tackle COVID-19 across the continent.
Podcast

Podcast: African banking in the new reality

– The COVID-19 crisis will not leave the banking sector unscathed. The past year has seen the acceleration of seismic trends ranging... from deglobalization and a radical shift in the macroenvironment to transformed customer expectations. As African banks chart their paths to recovery in this new reality, they can act swiftly to manage elements that are within their control to shape their recovery and growth trajectory. This could be critical not just for restoring ROEs to meet the needs of shareholders and to better serve their customers, but also in enabling the recovery of Africa as banks have an important role to support customers and economies during these challenging times.
Article

‘None are safe until all are safe’: COVID-19 vaccine rollout in low- and middle-income countries

– Despite persistent supply issues, in-country delivery and demand for COVID-19 vaccines is likely to be the next challenge for... LMICs.
Article

Africa needs vaccines. What would it take to make them here?

– For decades, private companies, investors, and public-health leaders have taken a pass on domestic vaccine manufacturing. But... a confluence of circumstances may be changing the calculation.

Our Location

Lagos

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