Nigeria is already starting to see the dividends of its push to diversify its economy away from a dependence on oil, according to Finance Minister Kemi Adeosun.
Speaking to CNBC on the sidelines of the International Monetary Fund conference in Washington, the Minister pointed to a gyrating oil price as a key issue for recent economic productivity.
"One of the problems we've faced until now is that the oil price was so volatile that our revenues were volatile. We need predictability so that we can plan."
"With all those factors in place, I'm very confident that we can get back to growth," she added.