Understanding Nigeria: A Political Economy Discussion On Pre- And Post-pandemic Nigeria  

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The World Bank, in 2020, announced that the Nigerian economic may see a dip into recession, the worst the African country has seen in 40 years. This was largely due to the effects of the fall in the global price of oil, a commodity the nation's economy is heavily reliant on, and the outbreak of the COVID-19

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