In Q2 2023, accommodation and food services' contribution to Nigeria's GDP decreased considerably

In Q2 2023, the hospitality sector, which includes accommodation and food services, on the other hand, experienced a slowdown and saw its GDP share decrease. Other sectors include the arts, entertainment, and recreation, as well as education.
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