What is something special about Nigeria?
Nigeria boasts of the largest economy in Africa. It is projected to rank among the world’s top ten economies by 2050. Nigeria has an abundance of resources including oil and gas. The Country holds the largest natural gas reserves on the continent, and is Africa’s largest oil and gas producer.
What are some customs in Nigeria?
Nigerian cultural customs
- Handshakes are common and used before and after meetings in Nigeria.
- Men generally wait for women to extend their hand first; however, some Nigerians are Muslim and will generally avoid shaking hands with the other gender.
What are the benefits of economic development in Nigeria?
Higher economic growth leads to higher tax revenues and this enables the government can spend more on public services, such as health care and education e.t.c. This can enable higher living standards, such as increased life expectancy, higher rates of literacy and a greater understanding of civic and political issues.
Why do Nigerians work so hard?
The only reason that Nigerians work hard is because they are passionate about becoming successful and making money. It does not matter the kind of job that is fetching us the money, what matters is that success is achieved at the end of the day.
What are the career opportunities in Nigeria?
There are limited career opportunities in Nigeria, especially for those who hope to pursue careers that are out of the orthodox. Artistes and creative people will find it easier to grow outside of Nigeria than inside of it.
Why do people love Nigeria so much?
As if its fascinating history and culture is not enough to grab your attention, Nigeria is blessed with everything you can think of – delicious foods, entertainment, scenic towns and villages, stunning attractions, friendly locals, charming and calm atmosphere. No matter what happens in Nigeria, Nigerians cannot stop loving Nigeria.
Why do people move from Nigeria to Europe?
The hope of increased income especially for skilled workers is a big reason most people make the move. The income difference between Nigeria and the developed European countries is so large, many are willing to uproot their families to better their economic status.