WORLD BANK ADVISES NIGERIA ON ECONOMIC REFORMS TO HALT POVERTY

Written by on December 3, 2019

THE WORLD BANK HAS SAID THE NUMBER OF NIGERIANS LIVING IN EXTREME POVERTY MAY INCREASE BY MORE THAN 30 MILLION BY 2030 AND THE COUNTRY WILL BE HOME TO 25 PER CENT OF THE WORLD’S DESTITUTE PEOPLE IF THE GOVERNMENT FAILS TO REVIVE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND CREATE JOBS.

THE WORLD BANK URGED PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI TO INCREASE DOMESTIC REVENUE, REMOVE TRADE RESTRICTIONS AND IMPROVE THE PREDICTABILITY OF ECONOMIC POLICY.


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