The Statistician-General of the Federation, Dr. Simon Harry, made the announcement at a news conference in Abuja on Tuesday.
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The Statistician-General of the Federation, Dr. Simon Harry, made this known at a news conference in Abuja on Tuesday.
Simon Harry, Statistician-General of the Federation, spoke at a media briefing on the nation’s GDP for 2021 and fourth quarter of 2020.
This was unveiled on Thursday in Abuja at the end of year party and award ceremony of the data collection agency.
Statistician-General of the Federation, Simon Harry, made the announcement on Wednesday during a media conference.
The NBS boss spoke in Abuja on Friday at a news briefing, expressing confidence that the trend will continue.
Both organisations said this in a new report, titled: “The Impact of COVID-19 on Business Enterprises in Nigeria.”
The NBS disclosed this in its latest Gross Domestic Product for the first quarter of 2021.
NBS said this in the “Nollywood Movies Production Data – Q2 2017 to Q1 2021” published on its website on Friday in Abuja.
This was revealed in the “Company Income Tax by Sectors, Q1 2021” obtained from the bureau’s website on Wednesday in Abuja.
The National Bureau of Statistics published the figures in Abuja on Saturday in its Sectoral Distribution of VAT for Q1 2021.
The NBS revealed this in its “Internally Generated Revenue At State Level” for Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2020 published on its website on Friday.
Recall the National Bureau of Statistics on Thursday said Nigeria’s inflation continued its increase, hitting 18.17 per cent in March, the highest the country has had in over four years.
The Bureau disclosed this on Monday in a statement on its website.
According to Q4 unemployment report released by the National Bureau of Statistics on Monday, no fewer than 23.18 million Nigerians either did nothing or worked for less than 20 hours a week, making them unemployed during the fourth quarter 2020
According to data from the country’s National Bureau of Statistics, GDP increased by 0.11% in the period October-December, supported primarily by growth in agriculture and telecommunications, which expanded by 3.4% and 17.6% respectively.
The National Bureau of Statistics said this in its “Nigerian Capital Importation, Quarter Four (Q4), 2020” report on its website on Friday in Abuja.
The NBS said this in its “Sectoral Distribution of Value Added Tax (Q4 2020)” obtained from its website on Wednesday in Abuja.
The data showed that the sector grew substantially in the quarter propelled by data subscriptions, which rose by 23 per cent year on year to stand at 151,063,413 million subscribers at the end of September 2020.
The NBS said this in its “Premium Motor Spirit (Petrol) Price Watch for December 2020” released on its website, on Saturday.