Housing for All Under Vision 20 - 2020?

In most developing economies, the construction industry not only contributes between 3-8 percent of GDP, but is usually among the top two employers of labour, and Nigeria was no exception up until the late 1980s. Building and construction accounted for just about 2.5% of our GDP in 2010, and now employs on a consistent basis, less than a million people - lower than manufacturing. Civil works account for about 30 percent of the industry's output but employs less people, more capital intensive and therefore dominated by foreign companies.