Nigeria’s Demoinfographic

While demographics may not directly determine economic growth, they affect its’ potential. Nigeria’s Demoinfographic gives information on Nigeria’s population structure detailing the proportion of people in the young-age (0-14 years), working-age (15-64) and old-age (65 and over) brackets. It contains age dependency ratios which give an understanding on the number of people tax payers provide social expenditure.  Similarly, it states why there is a young population structure as half of Nigeria’s population are under 18; and a shrinking older population.

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