Lifting 100m Nigerians out of poverty:Lessons from Brazil, India, China, Indonesia

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Rising poverty imposes an oppressive weight on Nigeria as its population growth rate continues to outpace the growth rate of its economy. However, the gains achieved by some countries with similar demographic and developmental levels (as at the 1980s) point to how Africa’s largest economy could lift almost 100 million inhabitants out of poverty. Concerns…

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