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,...
Nigeria is willing to offer all G7 member states observer status at the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas). This is to facilitate massive investment in West Africa with an annual minimum target of $500bn
Nigeria is offering free land and five year tax holidays to the big automobile manufacturers like...
(1) Sell it to a steel company at a giveaway price to convert it into a manufacturing plant. Just imagine how Corus Steel would love the gift of a readymade plant
(2) Invite oil companies to come and buy it and convert into a facility that can rival Dangote’s Lekki plant. Dangote’s facility can meet all Nigeria’s...
(1) Investment in agriculture, acquaculture and animal husbandry
(2) Investment in power generation
(3) Manufacturing of consumer goods
(4) Production of industrial goods
(5) Food processing
(6) Steel processing
(7) Railway and road expansion
(8) Housing development
(9) Automobile manufacturing
(1) We shall be opening one mechanised division of the Nigerian Army in each of the 19 states of northern Nigeria to combat insecurity, terrorism, kidnapping, banditry and the murderous Fulani herdsmen
(2) During the course of 2021, we will establish at least one battalion of the Nigerian Army in...
Nigeria needs to attract at least $50bn in foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2021 to avoid total economic collapse. Where on earth we are going to get it from I do not know and I am surprised that nobody is even talking about it at the moment.
Waiting for investors to just come to Nigeria is utopian thinking. We should...