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  • 28 May 2020 - With the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases on the rise, an official from Nigeria has called upon all the state governors to take immediate action in order to increase the number of beds for isolation wards and for the treatment of patients. As of now, Nigeria has a total of 112 isolation as well as treatment centres with 5324 beds.  Take the survey on living and working in Nigeria during the Covid-19 pandemic

  • 26 May 2020 - The recently number of Covid-19 cases in Nigeria has crossed 8000 which with 2311 recoveries and 233 deaths. The testing capacity for coronavirus will be scaled up to curb the transmission, the government has declared. Even with the number of cases on the rise in the country, many states are easing their lockdown measures to create restricted redevelopment of the economy. Furthermore, the President of Nigeria declared a ban on massive gatherings in Kano, Ugan, and Lagos whether they are social or religious in nature. A nationwide inter-state travel ban is in place. Take the survey on living and working in Nigeria during times of coronavirus

Economic Facts

  • Aliko Dangote of Nigeria has truly cemented his position as the richest man in Africa. The owner of Dangote Cement, he is also an investor and stakeholder in various companies in the agricultural sectors of sugar, flour, and salt. His net worth, as of 2020, is 9.8 billion USD (35.9 trillion ₦) - higher even than the GDP of countries such as Burundi, Liberia, and South Sudan! How much does the average person earn then? Check the wages in context!
  • Nigeria is the 9th largest exporter of crude oil in the world. The petroleum industry acts as a backbone of the Nigerian economy and generates more than 315,000 direct and indirect employment opportunities for Nigerians! Check your salary now
  • Did you know that Nigeria has the highest GDP in Africa? In 2009, UNESCO reported that the Nigerian film industry, Nollywood overtook Hollywood in terms of the number of movies produced each year.  Salaries in the film sector