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Located in the West African region by the gulf coast [1], Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and 7th in the world with a growing population of not less than 200 million [2]. By the year 2050, the country is expected to rank 3rd largest in the world by population, surpassing the United States of America. In terms of GDP, it also rank among top 3 in African continent. Following the 2013 economic rebasing which increased her GDP from USD 270 to 510 billion [3], the country moved from being second to become the highest GDP in Africa and 26 largest in the world. The development in the country's private sector was a critical pivot to this economic status. Nigeria also boast of many resources, including human and natural resources for productive use. Abuja is the capital territory of Nigeria, while Lagos state is the industrial and commercial center.

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