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Why Nigerian professionals are heading abroad in thousands

By Guardian Exclusive
02 September 2022   |   5:07 am
The private sector shrinks amid rising insecurity following the mass resignation of skilled workforce as Nigerian top list of study visas to UK, US. There is another category of people leaving the country through the education route, driven by lingering industrial action in Nigeria’s universities. The majority of these people head to the United Kingdom and Canada.

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