Reducing Poverty in Nigeria: Has Liberalization Helped? 

  In a recent report about poverty and inequality by the National Bureau of Statistics (September 2018 to October 2019) it was stated that 40.1% of Nigerians live below the poverty line of approximately 137,430naira ($354.75) a year. This percentage represents 82.9 million people in Nigeria today. To put it in perspective, this means that 4 out every 10 individuals in Nigeria Read more about Reducing Poverty in Nigeria: Has Liberalization Helped? […]