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Hardship: States in Nigeria risk total collapse amid rising hunger, unemployment, Japa – Report



Hardship States in Nigeria risk total collapse amid rising hunger

According to a recent report, thirty-six states in Nigeria are facing the risk of collapsing due to increasing unemployment, hunger, involuntary emigration (Japa), and the spread of illicit economic activities. The Pcl State Performance Index report revealed these alarming findings, emphasizing that addressing unemployment is essential for noticeable growth. The report also highlighted the lack of food security, which has led to widespread hunger across various states in Nigeria. Medium-risk factors identified in the report include the collapse of public institutions, the proliferation of illicit economic activities, and large-scale involuntary emigration (Japa), while low-risk factors encompass the spread of infectious diseases, collapse of public institutions, and large-scale involuntary emigration.

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