alexa Achieving Sustainable Economic Development in Nigeria through Financial Inclusion in the Agriculture Sector

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Achieving Sustainable Economic Development in Nigeria through Financial Inclusion in the Agriculture Sector

Agriculture used to be the largest contributor to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Nigeria before the 1960 independence; the sector employed the largest number of labour, caused the country to earned foreign currencies, and made the country renown in the international community . With the discovery of mineral oil in the 1970s, oil and gas became the mainstay of the economy, causing attention to shift away from agriculture.

 
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