The National Bureau of Statistics tracks about 46 sectors of the Nigerian Economy. This table represents the real GDP growth rate (in percentages) for each of these sectors since 1982.
The Nigerian economy recorded a recession in 1982, 1983 and 1984 before recording growth for 8 years straight. It fell back into recession in the years 1993, 1994 and 1995 and recording growth for 19 years straight until 2016 when it recorded one of its greatest recession ever.
The table below captures Nigeria’s Sector GDP Growth rate every year since 1982.
NB: Scroll table to the left to see more data on the right.
This data was sourced from the National Bureau of Statistics.