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In this issue

The year 2014 marks 100 years since the naming of Nigeria.

The nation is steeped in rich cultural and political history. Although the journey has been marred by turmoil and upheaval, the diversity and richness is cause for celebration. These 100 years have not been in vain and seem to be leading the country to greatness and new heights of economic freedom. The Best of Nigeria Volume 2 aims to celebrate the nation of Nigeria – not only in remembrance of its past, but also in looking forward to the vision of a new future.

After the resounding support and positive response received from Best of Nigeria Volume 1, it was a natural decision to launch Best of Nigeria Volume 2 using the momentum gained from the first project. It seems that Nigeria had been eagerly calling out for a publication such as this to showcase and highlight her vast successes. It is with pride that we once again share the pride of Nigeria with the world. The renewed excitement and faith of Nigeria is not only felt among her people, but the same faith is being shared by international entities. The constant and rising growth of the economy is evidence of this.

Best of Nigeria Magazine Description:

PublisherGlobal Village Publishing

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBooks

We are proud and excited to introduce "Best of Nigeria" to the world.

These books has been a long time in the making - but the time for a project of this kind has never been so relevant. Yes, there is no denying that Nigeria has suffered from years of turmoil, of which the effects are still being felt; but there too is a fresh movement rising to the surface above the simmering tension.

A renewed excitement and faith in the country which will see it rise to become the biggest economy on the African continent – and vying for a superpower position.

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