'Nigeria’s infrastructure deficit requires borrowing'
Mr Momoh Aliyu, a financial expert says Nigeria’s infrastructure deficit requires borrowing to meet the desired revenue generation to propel accelerated development. Aliyu said this while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Wednesday. Reacting on the rising debt profile of the country, he said Nigeria had a huge deficit in…
Poor logistics, infrastructure gaps battle eCommerce operations in 2019
The hydra-headed challenges of poor logistics and infrastructure gaps have been identified as major factors that limited the development of electronic commerce (eCommerce) in Nigeria
Parlous infrastructure, policies drag index despite improved ports access
Despite increased access to the ports and local sourcing of raw materials as a result of government’s backward integration policy
‘How parlous infrastructure is affecting cost of doing business’
Residents of the Egbado community area of Ogun State have raised concerns over how the parlous state infrastructure has increased the cost of businesses and slowed down the pace of development in the community.
Infrastructure, basis for community development – Fashola
The Minister of Works and Housing, Mr Babatunde Fasola, on Saturday, described infrastructure, especially roads, as the basis for developing the economy of any community or country.
Nigeria’s budgets: The imperative for a paradigm shift
The current initiative of both the Executive and the Legislature, to work together harmoniously, towards passing the Y2020 Budget, and have it operational by January 2020, is the best thing to happen in the Public Finance Management space in Nigeria, in our recent history.
FAO, states, farmers, expert canvass zero hunger, infrastructure, jobs, others
The Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO), an organ of the United Nations (UN), some states of the federation and experts have canvassed zero hunger, better infrastructure, jobs creation, and others, urging global leaders to address malnutrition in all countries of the world.
Buhari explains focus on security, infrastructure
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday on the sidelines of the 74th UN General Assembly in New York met with President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa of Portugal and explained why Nigeria is investing heavily in infrastructure development.
Nigeria needs N36tr for good infrastructure, says NESG
Chairman, Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG), Asue Ighodalo, has said that the country requires about $100 billion (N36 trillion) to get the right infrastructure.