International Monetary Fund, IMF predicts that Nigeria’sEconomy will boost by 2.6 per cent but would have to be dependent on the performance of the non-oil sectors and higher oil prices.
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In 2022-2025, Nigeria’s Building industry will again realise what experts in the sector would call considerable growth by 3.2% since it suffered a significant blow from the covid-19 pandemic.
Vision 20:2020 which is an economic initiative by the then president, Late President Umar Musa Yar’Adua in December 2009.
The world’s 2nd most religious country is Nigeria. Up to 95% of the people in Nigeria are either Christian or…
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