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World Bank, IMF Express Disappointment in Nigeria's Poor Human Capital Development

Nigeria is not a poor country, yet millions of her citizens live in extreme hunger; the level of Human Capital Development is on the negative and a big cause for concern. Why is this so?

World Bank, IMF Express Disappointment in Nigeria's Poor Human Capital Development
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