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30 Oct 2019
Namola, a free downloadable app, provides 24-hour emergency assistance in an attempt to lower the country's alarming crime statistics.
30 Apr 2019
Nigeria recorded a National Unemployment rate of 23.1 percent for the third quarter of 2018 according to the National Bureau of Statistics. Bobboi Kaigama, President of the Trade Union Congress joins CNBC Africa to assess the government’s efforts at job creation ahead of the World Labour Day.
21 May 2018
Nigeria's Statistics office this morning released the country's GDP figures for the first quarter of the year, showing that the country's economy grew by 1.95 per cent year on year.

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