Kaduna Economic Analysis 2020

21 Sep 2020

Souhir Mzali, Africa Regional Editor

Souhir Mzali
Africa Regional Editor
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Kaduna’s performance in the World Bank’s ease of doing business index has been instrumental in attracting investors. Since 2015 Kaduna has secured investments in excess of $180m. Singaporean agri-business firm Olam International has invested $150m in poultry facilities, while the African Industries Group is investing $600m to build a steel plant that is currently under construction.

The state has attracted many other small and domestic investments in the tens of millions of dollars. In total, companies have committed to investing nearly $2.1bn over the next two years. We hope that both local and foreign investors will continue to recognise Kaduna as the preferred destination for investment in Nigeria.

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Souhir Mzali, Africa Regional Editor

Souhir Mzali
Africa Regional Editor
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