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Corruption In Nigeria Could Cost Up To 37% Of GDP By 2030

“Our results show that corruption in Nigeria could cost up to 37% of GDP by 2030 if it’s not dealt with immediately. This cost is equated to around $1,000 per person in 2014 and nearly $2,000 per person by 2030," the PwC report said.

Corruption In Nigeria Could Cost Up To 37% Of GDP By 2030
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