‘Dead Capital In Nigeria’s Real Estate Rises To $900bn’

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There is an indication that dead capital in Nigeria’s residential real estate and agricultural land has risen from $300 billion to $900 billion. Dead capital is a property which is informally held and not legally recognised even as the uncertainty of ownership decreases the value of the asset. A recent report released by Pricewaterhousecoopers (PwC) […]
Source: Sport

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