Nigeria shall have a gross domestic product (GDP) target of $1.5trn by the year 2030 with the aim of unveiling an annual budget of $300bn. According to the African Development Bank, Nigeria has an annual infrastructural deficit of $100bn. We have to set ourselves the target of narrowing that gap significantly,...
Lagos State: Our commercial capital currently accounts for about one quarter of Nigeria's gross domestic product (GDP) and one third of non-oil GDP. However, we need to built on it and turn it into an international financial centre that matches London which generates $650bn a year or New York which generates $1.4trn a...
FEARS are growing that Nigeria may have witnesses another tragedy involving dozens of deaths after a chartered aircraft believed to be carrying military personnel crashed in Abuja this morning killing everyone on board.
According to Nigeria's aviation minister Senator Hadi Sirika the King Air 350 plane was chartered by the...
(1) General Motors
(4) John Deere
(8) Tyson Foods
(9) Hewlett Packard
We need about $50bn in foreign direct investment in 2021 to save us from economic strangulation. If these companies come to Nigeria, it will create about 1m new jobs...
(1) US investigators will drop all charges against Air Peace chairman Allen Onyeama
(2) Air Peace will gravitate towards being Nigeria’s national carrier so will be offered landing rights in New York Washington, Dallas, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami and Chicago airports
(3) US carriers...
(1) Cross River is Nigeria’s second largest cocoa producing state with an annual crop of about 80,000 tonnes. It also has the advantage of bordering Cameroon which has an annual crop of 180,000 tonnes. Calabar should be a major chocolate processing centre with the likes of Mars, Cadbury and Nestle all owning processing...