Doing Nothing Is Not An Option!
Without robust productivity growth, living standards will continue to deteriorate, and the number of people living in poverty will continue to rise, increasing by more than 30 million by 2030.
“Nigeria’s population is expected to grow by as much as 35 million in the next decade, and unless the pace of growth and job creation accelerates, the country will account for a quarter of all people living in extreme poverty worldwide,”
Nigeria 🇳🇬 of my dreams
I want to be part of a group that will birth the country I see in my dreams.
A land so blessed.
Yet mostly enjoyed by the political class n their families n the elite n some hardworking people.
200,000,000 million people
With an abundance of natural resources, it is Africa’s biggest oil exporter, and has the largest natural gas reserves on the continent.
50% of Nigeria entire population live in extreme poverty.
It’s human capital development remains weak due to under-investment and the country ranked 152 of 157 countries in the World Bank’s 2018 Human Capital Index.
The lack of job opportunities is at the core of the high poverty levels, of regional inequality, and of social and political unrest in the country.
The youth are tired.
World Poverty Clock shows Nigeria as the capital of extreme poverty in the world.
The failure to lift citizens out of poverty is an indictment on successive
Nigerian governments which have mismanaged the country’s vast oil riches through incompetence and corruption
I want to see in my lifetime a Nigeria where the basic necessities of life is available to the common man.
Let’s remain inspired by the courageous youth of the #EndSARS movement to take back NIGERIA