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Nigeria is the largest West African country by population: 1,000 million Nigerian in 2100

  1. Hausa: Jamhuriyar Taraiyar Nijeriya
  2. Yoruba: Àpapọ̀ Olómìnira ilẹ̀ Nàìjíríà
  3. Igbo: Ọ̀hàńjíkọ̀ Ọ̀hànézè Naìjíríyà
  4. The capital of Nigeria is Abuja (from 1991)
  5. The economic capital and largest city of Nigeria is Lagos (21 million inhabitants)
  6. The largest Nigerian cities are Kano (3.6 million inhabitants), Ibadan (3,5), Abuja (7), Kaduna (1,5) and Benin City (4)
  7. In 2100, Maiduguri, Ogbomosho, Zaria, Ilorin and Port Harcourt will have a similar population
  8. Nigeria is the largest African Economy
  9. Important oil production
  10. Nigeria share borders with Benin (773 kilometres), Cameroon (1,690 kilometres), Niger (1,497 kilometres) and Chad (84 kilometres)
  11. 2009: Jihadist terrorist group of Boko Haram in northern Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad and Niger. 20,000 dead

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  1. Masters: International Marketing, Business in Africa, International Business
  2. Doctorates: African Business, Foreign Trade
  3. Bachelors: Inter-African Business, International Trade

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  1. The official language of Nigeria is English
    1. The main African languages of Nigeria are Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo
    2. More than 522 living languages are spoken in Nigeria
  2. Total Nigerian area: 923,768 square kilometres
  3. Total Nigerian population: 190 million inhabitants (the seventh country in the world and the first in Africa)
    1. Population of Nigeria in 2100: 1,000 million Nigerian.
  4. Calling code of Nigeria: 234
  5. Country code top-level domain: .ng
  6. The currency of Nigeria is the Naira

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States of the Federal Republic of Nigeria

36 states and one territory, Abuja, with a particular status, compose the Federal Republic of Nigeria:

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  1. Abia
  2. Adamawa
  3. Akwa Ibom
  4. Anambra
  5. Bauchi
  6. Bayelsa
  7. Benue
  8. Borno
  9. Cross River
  10. Delta
  11. Ebonyi
  12. Edo
  13. Ekiti
  14. Enugu
  15. Gombe
  16. Imo
  17. Jigawa
  18. Kaduna
  19. Kano
  20. Katsina
  21. Kebbi
  22. Kogi
  23. Kwara
  24. Lagos
  25. Nassarawa
  26. Niger
  27. Ogun
  28. Ondo
  29. Osun
  30. Oyo
  31. Plateau
  32. Rivers
  33. Sokoto
  34. Taraba
  35. Yobe
  36. Zamfara

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Economic Integration Organisations (Nigeria)

  1. Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)
  2. West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ)
  3. Niger Basin Authority
  4. Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD)

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Logistics and transport in Nigeria

Port of Lagos

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Dakar-Lagos Corridor

Railway loop: Nigeria-Niger-Burkina Faso-Ivory Coast

Railway loop Nigeria-Niger-Burkina Faso-Ivory Coast

Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)-Cotonou-Lagos (Nigeria) Route

Religion in Nigeria:

  1. Sunni Islam (50% of Nigerian population)
  2. Christianity (50% of Nigerian population)
  3. African Traditional Religions
  4. In Nigeria there are strong tensions between Christians and Muslims

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Nigerian Ethnicities:

  1. Igbo
  2. Yoruba
  3. Fulani (Fula)
  4. Hausa: 22% of Nigerian population
  5. Other minority ethnicities:
    1. Ogonis (Niger Delta)
    2. Ijaws (Niger Delta)

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History of Nigeria

  1. III - VI Centuries: Nok Civilization
  2. VII - XI Centuries:
    1. Hausa Civilisations in Northern Nigeria
    2. Yoruba civilisations in South-western Nigeria
  3. 14th Century: Empire of Kanem
  4. 16th Century: Empire of Kanem-Bornou (Lake Chad)
  5. XV - XVII Centuries: Kingdoms of Oyo
  6. 1486: contacts with the Portuguese
  7. 1553: arrival of the English
  8. Black slave traffic by Europeans
  9. 19th Century: Islamic Empire of Usman dan Fodio (Northern Nigeria)
  10. 1914: Colony (United Kingdom)
  11. 1960: Independence of Nigeria

Nigerian Historians

  1. J. F. Ade Ajayi
  2. Akin Mabogunje

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  1. Folorunsho Alakija (businesswoman, Ikorudu, Lagos)
  2. Tara Fela-Durotoye (businesswoman, Ikorudu, Lagos)
  3. Adenike Ogunlesi (businesswoman, Lagos)
  4. Folake Folarin-Coker (businesswoman, Lagos)
  5. Amina Odidi (businesswoman, Kano)
  6. Mike Adenuga (Nigerian Businessman, Ibadan)
  7. Théophile Yakubu Danjuma (Nigerian Businessman, Taraba State)
  8. Orji Uzor Kalu (Nigerian Businessman, Abia State)
  9. Jim Ovia (Nigerian Businessman, Delta State)
  10. Tony Elumelu (Nigerian Businessman, Jos, Plateau State)
  11. Alhaji Muhammadu Indimi (Nigerian Businessman, Borno State)
  12. Wole Soyinka (Nobel Prize for Literature) was born in Lagos.

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