This paper examines the relationship between human capital effectiveness in creating diversification for economic development in Nigeria. To enhance economic development in Nigeria adequate time and resources must be commission into developing human capital. That is providing education and training, infrastructural facilities and friendly working environment that will enable these human element to strive in different dimensions in the economy. This paper further explains that, by so doing, the knowledge, skills and competences acquired by the human element remains an assets to creating enormous ideas that will help in diversifying the economy of Nigeria from oil to non-oil sectors for future economic growth.
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