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1 in every 11 millionaires in Africa lived in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 2023
As of December 2023, Johannesburg had the highest number of millionaires (12,300) in Africa; Cape Town followed with 7,400 millionaires. South Africa dominated the list, with its cities and regions claiming top spots.

Twenty states and the FCT added a combined ₦643b to their domestic debt in 2023
How much more debt did Nigerian states add to their existing domestic debt in 2023? Nigerian states' domestic debt increased by 9.8% in 2023, with 20 states and the FCT contributing to this increase. Lagos State recorded the biggest jump in domestic debt with ₦241.5b added.

Top investment destinations in Nigeria for the first half of 2021
Between 2017 and 2020, Nigeria’s announced Foreign Direct Investment figures were highest in 2018. However, there have been significant differences between investment announcements and FDI inflow over the years. Here are the FDI announcements and FDI inflow from 2017 to 2020. A destination analysis shows that Bayelsa State leads investment destinations with 36% of the total investments.

Top 20 recorded building collapse incidents by state in Nigeria since October 1974
Lagos State has recorded 296 building collapses — 65% of all such incidents in Nigeria since October 1974. On Monday, November 1, 2021, a 21-storey building collapsed in Ikoyi, Lagos. Here are the top 20 recorded building collapse incidents by state in Nigeria since October 1974.

Top 10 Nigerian states by domestic debt stock as of March 2021
States and the FCT accounted for ₦4.12 trillion — 19.98% of Nigeria's Total Domestic Debt and 12.45% of the Total Public Debt, with Lagos having the most outstanding debt of ₦507.4 billion — 12.3% of the Total Debt Stock by states and the FCT.

Nigeria: Federation Account Allocation and Internally Generated Revenue by South-Western States in 2020
Lagos contributed the most IGR among all states in the country but got an allocation 28.5% less than its IGR. Here is a breakdown of the Federation Account Allocation and Internally Generated Revenue by South-Western states in 2020.

Lagos and the FCT attracted 98% of Nigeria’s capital imports in Q1 2023
In Q1 2023, eight Nigerian states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) received $1.13 billion in capital imports. Lagos State secured $705 million (62%) and the FCT attracted $410 million (36%), adding up to 98%.


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