Nigeria develops pipeline for 139 PPP project, seeks investors

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The federal government and Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission in Nigeria have developed a pipeline of 139 public-private partnership projects to be implemented by various government agencies. The projects are launched to mitigate the infrastructure deficits in the country and will cover wide aspects of the economy.

The document covers nine trade and investment projects; twelve water resources projects; twenty-seven transportation projects; twelve power, works and housing projects; thirteen health projects; one agriculture project; ten education projects; two environment projects; four defense projects; eight interior projects; and other forty-one projects covers sectors of communications, shipping, and youths and sports, among others.

The government plans to concession the Owena multi-purpose dam water supply project, which will provide about 1.5kwh of electricity to the national grid. And in the transportation sector -  Ibom Deep Sea Port PPP Project, which involves the development of a Deep-sea Port and accompanying Free Trade Zone in Akwa Ibom State.

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