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Nigerias Economic Problem; Fuel Subsidies or Corruption ?
Posted on February 16, 2012 by nsnbc international
By Hilary Uguru Nigeria is one of the richest African nations with an annual GDP growth of 6.9% In spite of it´s wealth, Nigeria is ranking among the poorest on the UN Human Development Scale, and the average income is … Continue reading →
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