poverty in nigeria

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    Metro 82.9 Million Nigerians Living In Poverty Says NBS - Naijabizcom

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    Business How Nigeria can lift more people out of poverty – Businessday NG

    https://businessday.ng/business-economy/article/how-nigeria-can-lift-more-people-out-of-poverty/ Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Metro Extreme poverty may hit Nigerians soon – World Bank warns - LIB

    The World Bank in its 2019 Nigeria Economic Update Report which was released on Monday Decemeber 2, warned that Nigeria might be home to 25 per cent of the world’s destitute people if the government fails to revive economic growth and create jobs. READ MORE
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    Metro BRACE UP! World Bank says nine in 10 extremely poor people in 2030 will be Africans - The Cable

    David Malpass, the newly elected president of the World Bank, says nine in every 10 extremely poor people across the world will be Africans come 2030. Speaking on Thursday at the World Bank press conference at the ongoing spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank Group...
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    Metro 88 million Nigerians now living in extreme poverty - The Cable

    Over 1.1 million Nigerians have slipped into extreme poverty in just four months, TheCable can report. This has brought the number of Nigerians living in extreme poverty — or below $1.90 a day — to 88 million. In June 2018, the Brookings Institution named Nigeria as the poverty capital of the...
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    Metro Report: Over 40% of world’s poorest will live in Nigeria, Congo by 2050 - Today.ng News

    More than 40 percent of “extremely poor people” in the world will be living in Nigeria and DR Congo by the year 2050, a report by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has revealed. In the 2018 goalkeepers report released Tuesday, the foundation said by 2050, Nigeria will have 152 million people in...
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    Metro Nigeria Set To Overtake India As The Country With The World's Poorest People - World Poverty Clock

    World Poverty Clock - a non-governmental organisation in Vienna funded by the German government and led by Homi Kharas, deputy director of the Brookings Institution in the US, and Wolfgang Fengler, a World Bank lead economist, is predicting that Nigeria will overtake India as the country with...