Sylvester A. Ogba, 35, Legal practitioner/Lecturer, UK
To me, Nigeria is indisputably a low income country. The larger percentage of citizenry and invariably the workforce earn a miserable N18, 000 per month. The amount can hardly take care of their basic needs. The general explanation as to why I consider Nigeria a low income nation is increasing servitude, starvation and low wages. I am equally not unmindful of the life expectancy which still stands at 47 years, the inaccessibility of potable water, high mortality rate, diseases and child labour. Of course, these are features of a low income nation.