Nollywood contributes 1.42%of Nigeria’s GDP, and the sub-Saharan fashion market is estimated at US$31 billion, or one tenth of the global market.
More African children are in school today than ever and over the past 50 years, primary completion rates have more than doubled while completion of lower secondary school has increased five-fold.
Many villages are witnessing an influx back from both The Gambia and Senegalese cities.
In late 2016 Senegal launched a cryptocurrency for the countries of the West African Monetary Union. This and similar innovations could provide a new infrastructure for economic development across Africa.
Zikoko, dubbed the Buzzfeed of Nigeria, is said to be growing 600% month on month. You need a reason to laugh in Nigeria and they provide it
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