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Minister says Nigeria needs to invest $80 billion for Agenda 2050.

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The Minister for Budget and Economic Planning, Atiku Bagudu said Nigeria needs at least 100 billion Dollars in investments to achieve Nigeria’s Agenda 2050 with over 80 percent expected from the private sector.
The minister disclosed this while speaking on the 2024 budget while addressing the press.
He underscored the critical role of private capital in propelling Africa’s largest economy to grow at a faster rate than in the past 15 years.
The Agenda 2050, launched by former President Muhammadu Buhari before leaving office, envisions Nigeria achieving a Per Capita GDP of $33,328 per annum, positioning it among the world’s top middle-income economies by 2050.

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