Breaking the Nigerian poverty cycle through entrepreneurial revolution (Part 1)

Nigeria is a country of absurd economic realities. The 12th largest crude oil producer in the world and the second largest economy in Africa earn an estimated $2.2 million a day in oil revenue. Yet, its GDP per capita, at just over $1,400, is among the lowest for the continent and 54% of its 148 million people live on less than $1 per day.
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Added April 17, 2011
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