The Lagos-Ibadan Expressway is a 127.6-kilometre-long expressway that is widely regarded as the busiest interstate road in the country and the primary connection route between Nigeria’s northern, southern, and eastern regions.
Region: South West (SW)
The Project involves the development of a 10,000-seater Arena, offering a dedicated space for sporting events, concerts, conferences, exhibitions, and other events.
Nigeria’s mining sector can now attract greater foreign investment as the nation is building a world-class mining sector that will contribute to the country’s non-oil economy. As a result, His Excellency, the President, initiated the PAGMI programme to facilitate fair dealing for artisanal miners and accelerate the development of the Nigerian economy’s Solid Minerals Sector.
The Fund for Agricultural Finance in Nigeria (“FAFIN”) is an innovative agriculture-focused private equity fund that provides tailored investment capital and technical assistance to high-growth, commercially attractive agricultural SMEs across all regions in Nigeria using quasi-equity, equity, and structured debt instruments.
The NSIA board invested $5 million in Bridge International Academies (Nigeria), an education company focused on providing high-quality education to children from low-income families.
The education company’s programmes have expanded to two states; Lagos and Edo State. In Lagos, the programme is known as EkoExcel, and in Edo State, it is known as EdoBest.