尼日利亚是非洲第三大人口大国。它位于几内亚湾。穆罕默杜·布哈里(Muhammadu Buhari)是非洲现任总统。这是尼日利亚第一次在投票箱前驱逐前总统古德勒克·乔纳森。尼日利亚以其自然野生动物保护区和地标而闻名。像Yankari国家公园和Cross River国家公园这样的狩猎目的地展示了稀有的灵长类动物栖息地、稀树草原、茂密的雨林和瀑布。澳洲靠谱代写-尼日利亚的经济分析将确定尼日利亚目前对非洲经济的贡献和发展。在第二部分，分析国内和国际问题，将评估尼日利亚在未来2-3年内优先考虑的3个关键点。这些要点将有助于了解关键领域。尼日利亚应该发展成为下一个经济巨人。
According to the Economist Corporate Network, Nigeria is the largest economy which is expected to grow by 5%. However, there are some pressing challenges and issues that are affecting the country and need urgent priority to solve in next 2-3 years to emerge as the next economic giant.
Safety and Security Issues: The highest level of insecurity and terrorism in the country is due to Boko Haram Inc. In support of this issue, Elu and Price (2015) assert that Boko Harram is the Islamist militant movement that links with Al-Qaeda. Their ideology is to establish an Islamic state in the region and cleanse the western influence. The kidnapping, shootings and bombing, as a campaign of Boko Haram, all started since 2009. However, Nigeria is highly intensified with this issue in these recent years.
Recently, on May 1st, 2014, 19 people were killed at a bus stand due to a car bomb blast. Then on July 2014, Human Rights identified that thousands of people were displaced and 2,053 people had been killed due to Boko Haram attacks. On December 22, 2014, another bomb blast killed 19 people and left 25 injured (Comolli, 2015). This Boko Haram has raised security and safety issues in Nigeria which is giving sleepless nights to the citizens in the nation. People are scared to walk around their neighbourhoods. Due to Boko Haram attacks in the north-eastern state Kano, there has been decrease in 80 percent business activities (Hall, 2015).
However, Nigeria has managed to push away Boko Haram from the nation with the help of its neighbouring regions Niger and Chad. The Islamist Insurgency which has killed around 13,000 citizens in the past 6 years will leave the nation soon. The Nigerian Army are strengthening their relationship its neighbours to ramp up security and intelligence services (Baker, 2015).
Skills gap and Unemployment: Unemployment is the hot issue in Nigeria like a disease. According to recent statistics, around 24 percent of people are unemployment in Nigeria. The official statistics of Nigeria estimates that around 38 percent of young people under 24 are unemployed but World Bank varies in its statistics claiming 80 percent are jobless. It is also found that around 16 people were killed when 500,000 desperate job-seekers rushed to apply for just 5,000 vacancies at the Immigration Service of Nigeria. The reason behind not getting hired is due to lack of skills. The students are not taught about good skills that are necessary; they are busy in just reading the textbooks without practical application. Nigerian students lack in basic skills like writing and communication. Students often after graduation sit at home, mounting pessimism and frustration. This is raising crime among the youngsters in Nigeria (allAfrica.com, 2015).
The unemployment challenge can be solved by encouraging acquisition of various necessary skills. Utilisation of internet to embrace opportunities can be one of the ideas to solve unemployment and reduce skills gap. The students can be encouraged to write publications to help them to improve their writing skills. Additionally Foreign direct investment can help to reduce skills gap by merging the best international practice with the local knowledge. Ideally, encouraging foreign companies to enter local market can reduce skills gap and increase employment in the nation (allAfrica.com, 2015; Robert-Edomi, 2014).
To this extent, Nigeria is in urgent need of solving the necessary skills gap. The Nigerian government needs to make policies and procedures supporting training like vocational, apprenticeship, etc. to encourage the students to improve their skills. Additionally, increasing awareness and access of education in the nation can help the country to generate a large number of skilled individuals. This can only be addressed by emphaising on improvement in leadership and understanding the nuances of local markets.