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Three things Nigeria must do to end extreme poverty

It's no coincidence that Nigeria has the highest number of both children out of education and of people living in poverty Image: REUTERS/Radu Sigheti

Muhammad Sani Abdullahi

Commissioner (sub-national Minister), Ministry of Budget and National Planning of Nigeria

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