Nigeria’s economy is highly diversified, with the largest contributor to the nations GDP, Crude Oil, contributing only 14 percent to the economy. Little wonder the Nigerian economy is the largest economy in the African continent.
What We Offer
We provide services to prospective investors to Nigeria. The
Nigerian agriculture is characterized by considerable regional and crop diversity.Nigerian agriculture features tree and food crops, forestry, livestock, and fisheries.Major food crops grown in Nigeria include beans, sesame, cashew nuts, cassava, cocoa beans, groundnuts, gum arabic, kola nut, maize (corn), melon, millet, palm kernels, palm oil, plantains, rice, rubber, sorghum, soybeans, and yams.
Nigeria has an abundance of sources of renewable energy, from natural gas, wind, and solar energy. Well placed to exploit its abundant solar energy resources considering its geographic location around the equatorial sun-belt. It is an industry prime for exploitation.
Mining & Solid Minerals
Nigeria is richly endowed with a variety of solid minerals of various categories ranging from precious metals to various stones and also industrial minerals such as barytes, gypsum, kaolin, and marble. Much of these are yet to be exploited. Statistically, the level of exploitation of these minerals is very low in relation to the extent of deposits found in the country. There tremendous opportunities for investments in the solid mineral sector in Nigeria.
Oil & Gas
The petroleum industry in Nigeria is the largest on the African continent and is listed as one of the top ten nations with the largest oil reserves in the world. The industry contributes about 14% to Nigeria’s economy