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The institutional perspective of cross-country differences in economic outcomes gives contrasting explanations on the persistence of extractive institutions in developing countries. Colonization, social fragmentation and the existence and use of natural resources are the most frequently discussed causes in the available literature. In this study, we analyze all the three explanations together by providing a case study of Nigeria.
Economic history of Nigeria
Before the creation of ECOWAS, the collective territory known as West Africa, was made up of an aggregation of states that had emerged from different colonial experiences and administrations which largely defined the boundaries of the 15 states domiciled in the area. Even though Member States of the community now make use of three official languages English, French and Portuguese , there are well over a thousand existing local languages including cross-border native tongues such as Ewe, Fulfulde, Hausa, Mandingo, Wolof, Yoruba, Ga, etc. Prior to colonialism, the area played host to many proud empires and kingdoms that spanned centuries, some of which included Ghana, Mali Songhai, Wolof, Oyo, Benin and Kanem Bornu. The longing to combine forces politically and economically has always been recognised as a step forward in the desire to engender co-prosperity in the area. In this regard, the first effort at integration dates back to with the creation of CFA franc that brought the francophone countries of the region into a single currency union. However, it was not until that a proposal for a union of West African States emerged.
As an important element of national security, public health not only functions to provide adequate and timely medical care but also track, monitor, and control disease outbreak. The Nigerian health care had suffered several infectious disease outbreaks year after year. Hence, there is need to tackle the problem. This study aims to review the state of the Nigerian health care system and to provide possible recommendations to the worsening state of health care in the country. Databases were searched for relevant literatures using the following keywords: Nigerian health care, Nigerian health care system, and Nigerian primary health care system.
This project is based on the goal of explaining an event in the relatively recent past by working progressively further into the past to uncover more and more information that seems to bear on the issues. Even though the effort to create Biafra came out of the context of the challenges of independent Nigeria, don't historians need to look further back to see what happened in the earlier colonial and precolonial eras to learn more about the world from which Nigeria was created? Of course we do. After all, this is a history course. Before going further, we need to be aware of the flow of events.
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Economy of Nigeria
The Nigerian economy is one of the largest in Africa. Since the late s it has been based primarily on the petroleum industry. A series of world oil price increases from produced rapid economic growth in transportation, construction, manufacturing, and government services. Because this led to a great influx of rural people into the larger urban centres, agricultural production stagnated to such an extent that cash crops such as palm oil, peanuts groundnuts , and cotton were no longer significant export commodities. In addition, from about Nigeria was forced to import such basic commodities as rice and cassava for domestic consumption.
Sustained broad-based economic growth and poverty reduction are critical to its economic stability. It also works to improve market access, increase the country's energy supply, reduce obstacles to trade, and expand access to clean water. African Growth and Opportunity Act incentives for trade with the United States, and developing private sector capacity to meet international trade and export standards. These activities include assisting the National Customs Service for customs reform and modernization, reducing congestion at the Lagos seaport and increasing transport flows along the Lagos-Kano Jibiya Transport Corridor; and building trade capacity at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
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