(1) Providing security and ending the current scourge of banditry, kidnapping and criminality
(2) Boosting the share of government non-oil revenue to 50% from 10%
(3) Building 40,000 housing units a year
(4) Increasing Nigeria’s railway network to 7,000km of standard gauge track from the current 3,505km of narrow gauge...
We are shamelessly a net importer of milk at the moment. In 2019, Nigeria only produced a paltry 523,599 tonnes of milk domestically.
We consume about 1.3bn tonnes of milk annually, so spend between $1.2bn and $1.5bn annually to bridge the gap between production and consumption. Once we have these mega ranches in place,...