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Elise Morris

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Transcript of Nigeria

The total population
and % of people under 30
The total population: 177,155,754
Natural Environment
Main Cities
The main city in Nigeria is
Abuja Nigeria
Thank you!
A journey through Nigerian culture
Agriculture in Nigeria
Major crops include beans, sesame, cashew nuts, cassava, cocoa beans, groundnuts, gum arabic, kolanut, maize (corn), melon, millet, palm kernels, palm oil, plantains, rice, rubber, sorghum, soybeans and yams.
The country's agricultural products fall into two main groups: food crops produced for home consumption, and exports. Prior to the Nigerian civil war, the country was self-sufficient in food, but increased steeply after 1973. Bread made from American wheat replaced domestic crops as the cheapest staple food

By Elise Morris, Maegan Farley , McKinley Smith
Natural Resources
Some natural resources found in nigeria include:
natural gas
oil and gas 35% OF ALL RESOURCES
Percent of people under 30: 62.5%
Chappal Waddi
Mount Dimlang
Food shortage from drought?
leadership and organizations of government
Over the years a consistent shift in the climatic and weather conditions in Nigeria and particularly northern Nigeria has become noticeable. This may be attributed to the general change in the global climatic conditions as a result of global warming.
The other main city is

Percent of people with electricity and cellphones
Electricity: 55.6%
Cellphones : 2%
Nigerian soccer
By Maegan Farley
Nigeria/ the “Super Eagles” qualified for five of the last six world cups but have yet to make it very far. Nigeria made its World Cup debut in 1994 and made it to the round of 16 that year and in 1998. Since then, the team hasn’t managed to make it past the group stages, and their appearances have often been overshadowed by Nigerian government corruption. In 2010, they were briefly banned from world soccer. In January 2010, Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan suspended the Super Eagles from competition for two years, due to embarrassment from poor performances. However, under FIFA regulations, governments aren’t allowed to interfere with national teams, and the organization went back and forth with the government for the next several months. In October, Fifa finally banned the team, but reversed the decision four days later. They are now the reigning champions of Africa. Nigeria won the Africa Cup of Nations last year. The team has finished in the top three nearly every year since 2000.

Health care in Nigeria
Healthcare in Nigeria is influenced by different local and regional factors that impacts the quality or quantity present in one location. Due to the healthcare system in Nigeria has shown terms of availability and quality of facilities in relation to need. However, this is largely as a result of the level of state and local government involvement and investment in health care programs and education. Also, the Nigerian ministry of health usually spend about 70% of its budget in urban areas where around 50% of the population reside

By, McKinley Smith
By, Elise Morris
leadership us very essential fir the survival of any country, especially Nigeria. It is note worthy to say that man, by nature is dynamic. Yet organizational or national economic development of a given country spends more on workers' activities towards their schedule. On this premise, it is therefore imperative to channel political leadership towards the development of our natural economy.
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