Nigeria needs to attract at least $50bn in foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2022 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.
Nigerian does not need loans or grants but proper foreign direct investment (FDI) to build up our industrial capacity. Consequently, all recent coronavirus-related loans must be written off
Nigeria needs at least $100bn of FDI annually. International development agencies must agree to press industrialised countries to...
No matter how you look at it, the world’s largest black nation should be seated at the high table of humanity. At some stage it is inevitable we will be because we live in a changing world. For instance, China is now the world’s second largest economy, so a G-7 meeting without Beijing present is comical. Nigeria’s...
Nigeria will be made up of 42 states, with seven per each of her constituent geo-political zone
Each state will be responsible for creating and funding its local governments as it deems fit. Local governments will be funded internally by the charging of a local tax, which will be augmented by a state grant representing...
An gross domestic product of at least $5trn
An annual budget of around $500bn
About 50,000km of rail track compared with the current 3,600km
A tarred road network of about 1,000,000km compared with the current 195,000km
A doctor to patient ratio of about 5:1,000 compared with the current 4:10,000
A national grid...
The capacity to manufacture our own military hardware. There is simply no way you can provide security within your borders if you have to buy equipment on the international market. It is totally impossible to get the equipment you want at the price you want, in the specifications you want, at the time you want and in the...
Yam - 80m tonnes
Onions - 10m tonnes
Coconuts - 10m tonnes
Groundnuts - 5m tonnes
Cocoa - 2m tonnes
Kolanuts - 300,000 tonnes
Cassava - 80,000 tonnes
Millet - 20,000 tonnes
Sorghum - 20,000 tonnes
Whether we like it or not, we have to become a major manufacturer in the agro-allied sector. We need...
The largest black nation on earth with a population in excess of 200m
Africa’s largest economy with a gross domestic product (GDP) estimated to total $514bn in 2021 by the IMF
Estimated to become the third most populous country in the world by 2050 behind China and India
The one nation that can rally the 1.2m...
As part of its preparations for the 2022 World Cup, Qatar has built the world's first mobile stadium that can can be dismantled and transported anywhere
I sincerely hope that the giant of Africa Nigeria is on the ground watching developments, as we will be needing this technology desperately in the future. It may be...
Borno - Elephants
Katsina - Giraffes
Zamfara - Zebra
Yobe - Lions
Oyo - Leopards
Sokoto - Cheetahs
Niger - Hippopotamus
Kaduna - Rhinoceros
Taraba - Gorillas
Adamawa - Buffalo
I find it perplexing that Nigeria has no wildlife sanctuaries. We need dedicated areas that are off limits to humans...