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National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria

National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria mission is to generate, on a continuous and sustainable basis, socio-economic statistics on all facets of development in Nigeria. NBS Vision is to become one of the foremost and modern knowledge-based national statistical offices in Africa and indeed the world.

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    • setembro 2019
      Fonte: National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria
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      Acesso em 17 setembro, 2019
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      Capital Importation into Nigeria
    • julho 2017
      Fonte: National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria
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      Acesso em 05 fevereiro, 2019
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      Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/cgijuze Crime Statistics on reported offences reflected that a total of 125,790 cases were reported in 2016. Offence against property has the highest number of cases reported with 65,397 of such cases reported. Offence against persons recorded 45,554 cases reported while offence against lawful authority and local acts recorded the least with 12,144 and 2,695 cases recorded respectively. Lagos State has the highest percentage share of total cases reported with 36.08% and 45,385 cases recorded. FCT Abuja and Delta State followed closely with 10.48% and 13,181 and 6.25% and 7,867 cases recorded respectively. Katsina State has the lowest percentage share of total cases reported with 0.10% and 120 cases recorded. Abia and Zamfara States followed closely with 0.29% and 364 and 0.38% and 483 cases recorded respectively.
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    • agosto 2017
      Fonte: National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria
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      Acesso em 05 fevereiro, 2019
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      Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/sttzqvd The National Examination Council (NECO) Data from 2013 to 2016 reflected that a total 870,397 candidates sat for the examination in June/July 2016 as against 969,490 in corresponding period in 2015. 504,515 of the candidates were male while the remaining 365,882 were female. Similarly, a total 47,118 candidates sat for the examination in November/December 2016 as against 49,084 in corresponding period in 2015. 19,772 of the candidates were male while the remaining 27,346 were female.
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    • agosto 2017
      Fonte: National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria
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      Acesso em 05 fevereiro, 2019
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      Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/xegtxhb The petroleum products imports statistics for Q1 2017 reflected that 4.05bn litres of premium motor spirits PMS), 1.31 bln litres of automotive gas oil (AGO) and 41.06 mln litres of household kerosene (HHK), valued at N566.96bn, N187.56bn and N5.92bn respectively, were imported into the country in Q1 2017. The month of March 2017 recorded the highest volumes of premium motor spirits (PMS) and automotive gas oil (AGO) imported into the country at 1.63bn and 504.59 mln litres valued at N218.88mln and N70.28mln respectively while the highest monthly volume of household kerosene (HHK) was imported in the January 2017 with 27.82 mln litres valued at N4.07bn imported.
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    • agosto 2017
      Fonte: National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria
      Carregamento por: Knoema
      Acesso em 06 fevereiro, 2019
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      Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/pbiayq The Q2 2017 road transport data reflected that 2,503 road crashes occurred in Q2 2017. Speed violation is reported as the major cause of road crashes in Q1 and it accounted for 44.44% of the total road crashes reported. Loss of control and dangerous driving followed closely as they both accounted for 12.92% and 8.06% of the total road crashes recorded. A total of 8,270 Nigerians got injured in the road traffic crashes recorded. 7,805 of the 8,270 Nigerians that got injured, representing 94% of the figure, are adults while the remaining 465 Nigerians, representing 6% of the figure are children. 6,217 male Nigerians, representing 75%, got injured in road crashes in Q2 while 2,053 female Nigerians, representing 25%, got injured.

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