Anambra State has a population of 4.7m, making it the eighth most populated state in the country and the second most densely populated. In a region known for dominant oil operations and related security challenges, Anambra State has kept on a steady course towards economic diversification in the last few years. The conclusion of sizeable deals with various companies in agriculture, manufacturing, production and petrochemicals bodes well for those hoping to tap into the state’s investment potential. With clear development goals and a number of industries on the rise, Anambra’s economic growth model is likely to attract considerable interest from local and foreign business communities.

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