Nigeria has long been one of the largest economies in Africa. As of 2016, it was well ahead of Egypt and South Africa. Nigeria’s GDP in the ECOWAS regional group is significantly larger than that of all the other member States combined. With its substantial weight, the country is in a unique position to set the course of ECOWAS in particular, and Africa in general for years to come.
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Analyst Kingdom is a place where you can read about data-driven insights and notes about economic, financial, social and cultural subjects regarding Africa.
Looking at how the different countries on the continent have evolved throughout the years, we can get a good picture as to where they are headed.
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