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VOLUME 04 ISSUE 03 MARCH 2021

Agriculture, Manufacturing and Economic Growth in Nigeria
1Atayi Abraham Vincent, 2Adekunle Sherif Olorunrinu, 3Ojo Bunmi Augustina, 4Nkire Nneamaka Loretta
1,2,3,4Department Of Econmics, Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria,
DOI : https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i3-18

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ABSTRACT:

This research work address the positive effect of Agriculture on the manufacturing sector in Nigeria. The study made used of Ordinary Least Square Method estimation techniques. The findings showed that Agricultural output, government spending on agriculture, and real gross domestic product all have positive effects on the manufacturing sector. The effects is RGDP 66percent, AGRQ by 63%, and GOEXA by 96 percent. The study recommends among other things that government should allocate more resources to the Nigerian agricultural sector and ensure that the funds are judiciously use and that the government should also seek to strengthen its incentives for the manufacturing sector in order to promote increased industrial production and growth.

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