Africa’s largest economy is on a mission to facilitate diversification and promote inclusive, equitable and eco-friendly growth by channelling digitalisation into all its sectors.
On October 1st 2020, Nigeria celebrates its 60th anniversary since independence and, as it looks back at its triumphant journey to becoming Africa’s largest economy, it also looks positively ahead to the promise of increased prosperity and growth.
Appointed Minister of Petroleum Resources by President Buhari in August 2019, Hon. Chief Timipre Marlin Sylva is a man with a vision and mission.
2020 has been dubbed the “Year of Gas” and Nigeria’s Gas Master Plan is set to deepen the economic significance of the oil sector.
Nigeria’s upcoming projects are a testament to the potential of the evolving and prosperous oil and gas sector.
History shows that oil has led the market for decades, but a new focus on gas and energy is set to revolutionise the sector and prove that Nigeria’s resource is not to be underestimated.
Bold economic policies and a vigorous reform drive revive and revitalise Nigeria’s economic growth momentum and help transform its immense potential to wealth.
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President Buhari discusses his fight against corruption while jumpstarting the economy.