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In a year in which significant political efforts have been made to speed up the energy transition, 2021 has also been record-breaking for green finance, as governments, international institutions and lenders alike seek to support the shift towards renewables.

National reforms leading to the unbundling and privatisation of Nigeria’s Power Holding Company in 2013 resulted in the creation of the privately owned distribution firm Kaduna Electric, which is licensed to supply power in the state. At the same time the Kaduna Power Supply Company (KAPSCO), fully owned by the Kaduna government, was created to undertake energy initiatives in...

State authorities have worked to develop Kaduna’s infrastructure and business climate in recent years, identifying them essential to sustainable growth. The Kaduna State Infrastructure Master Plan (KADIMP) 2018-50 is the state’s long-term strategy for coordinated infrastructure development. The plan lays out interventions in the key sectors of transportation, housing,...

 

LANGUAGE: Nigeria’s official language is English, which is widely used in the business community. This is especially the case in commercial hubs such as Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja. The most common indigenous languages in Nigeria are Yoruba, Hausa and Igbo. Pidgin English is widely used, particularly in Lagos, and it is recommended...

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To what extent has progress in facilitating business procedures translated to investment inflows? Which sectors are being prioritised?

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