TITLE

NIGERIA'S ECONOMIC GROWTH THROUGH TOURISM PROMOTION/SUSTAINABILITY

AUTHOR(S)
ITUMO, Victor N.
PUB. DATE
May 2017
SOURCE
SEA: Practical Application of Science;2017, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p231
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Nigeria is currently facing economic growth and development challenge. The economic challenge is occasioned by mono-cultural economic reliance on the single resource of crude oil export revenue as well as other internal and international effects that affect her economic drive for heightened growth and development. The Nigerian government had over the years searched for ways of diversifying its economy for greater growth and development especially given the various challenges in the economy, mainly the steep reduction in crude oil revenue arising from volatility of global oil price. This paper therefore uses the research methodology of case study to do a holistic assessment of the possibility of Nigeria diversifying into her tourism potentials for economic growth and development. This would be done equally by drawing relevant comparative analysis of other countries bringing economic benefits in Africa and across the globe.
ACCESSION #
125466151

 

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