Infrastructure

Economic growth is facilitated by robust infrastructure. A buoyant economy must have good roads, airports and seaports for the transport of products and people. Efficient rail systems allow for the rapid transport of heavy goods and raw materials. A modern nation must have housing for its people and drinking water and sewage treatment plants that guarantee access to clean water and a pollution free environment. Access to drinking water and sewage treatment to promote public health and wellness.

We will double Nigeria’s roadways from 202,000 to 400,000 kilometres. Rail network will be expanded to 7,000 kilometres from 3,550 kilometres, connecting all six geopolitical zones in the country.  We will leverage public-private partnerships for constructing 17 million affordable housing units.