BEYOND NIGERIA'S
OIL AND GAS

PRESIDENT
MUHAMMADU BUHARI’S

COMMITMENT TO DIVERSIFYING
AFRICA’S LARGEST ECONOMY
MUHAMMADU BUHARI’S

SETTING THE
AGENDA FOR DELIVERING

CHANGE

BABATUNDE RAJI FASHOLA, SAN,
HONOURABLE MINISTER OF POWER, WORKS & HOUSING

FACILITATIING A TRANSPORTATION
Minister of Transportation

MASTERPLAN

Through government and private
investment to expedite development
and construction of roads, railways,
airports and marine facilities

PRESIDENT
MUHAMMADU BUHARI’S

plan to improve the standard of living for all nigerians involves the establishment of an anti-corruption policy, a comprehensive overhaul of the power industry, diversifying assets, developing mineral resources, agriculture sector, using pension funds assets for infrastructural developments, improving internet broadband penetration to stimulate business and opening up the doors to import and export business.


“IF WE SUCCEED, WE CAN GET A LOT OF WORKERS BACK TO WORK IN COTTAGE AND SMALL INDUSTRIES WHICH ARE THE CRITICAL DRIVING FORCES OF OUR ECONOMY.”
BABATUNDE RAJI FASHOLA, SAN, HONOURABLE MINISTER OF POWER, WORKS & HOUSING

Following on-going ministerial briefings, meetings with parastatals and agencies, as well as critical concerns in the sectors of the new Ministry of Power, Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Raji Fashola SAN, along with the Minister of State, Mustapha Baba Shehuri set an agenda and outlined strategies for achieving short, medium and long term goals in the three critical sectors of the economy that fall under the jurisdiction of the ministry.
In his inaugural media briefing at the Ministry of Power, Works and Housing, whose theme is, “Setting Agenda for Delivering Change”, the Minister spoke of the huge expectations of the Nigerian public who voted for the All Progressives Congress (APC) Message of Change and elected President Muhammadu Buhari to office.



HOW THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF TRANSPORTATION WILL CONTRIBUTE TO A POSITIVE
GDP FOR NIGERIA

CorTransportation is a critical factor in the economic growth and development of Nigeria. It is a wealth-creating industry on its own so inadequate transportation limits a nation’s ability to utilize its natural resources, distribute food and other finished goods, integrate the manufacturing and agriculture sectors and supply education, medical and other infrastructural facilities. There is the need therefore to maintain and improve the existing transportation and build new infrastructures for national wealth. The national wealth is the growth domestic product (GDP), which is an indicator or measurement of the rate of economic growth.


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