Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan’s Speaks On Economic Growth.


    Our Gross Domestic Product was rebased to give an accurate picture of where we are as a nation. I am glad to report to you that Nigeria is officially the largest economy in Africa with a Gross Domestic Product of $510 billion which also places us as the 26th largest economy in the world. This feat is a collective achievement of all Nigerians particularly when you take into account the fact that our Per Capita Income had increased by over 60% from $1091 in 2009 to $1700 in 2013, prior to the rebasing. While this calls for celebration, I personally cannot celebrate until all Nigerians can feel the positive impact of our growth. There are still too many of our citizens living in poverty.
    Three years ago, I was asked to define Transformation and I said “Transformation in my view simply means taking what you have and making the best of it and in so doing produce results that can bring about a paradigm shift”. SEE MORE AFTER CUT>>>>

    That positive paradigm shift, as occurred yesterday, is still a work in progress.
    Regardless of our present challenges, our place as a nation at the table of greatness is assured. GEJ.

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