Investing in infrastructure and human resource development are crucial for Africa to realise Agenda 2063, a high-level panel during the Sixth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD VI) heard Saturday in Nairobi.
President Muhammadu Buhari has requested for increased participation of the Japanese government and the private sector in the Nigerian economy.
The Japanese government as part of its support for Nigeria’s power sector has offered $800 million credit line to Nigeria that will be used to rehabilitate and extend the lifespan of the Jebba power plant.
Japanese automaker, Isuzu Motors Limited, has concluded arrangements with a Nigerian firm, Kewalram Chanrai Group, to set up a truck assembly plant in the country.
Ethiopian Airlines, the flag-carrier airline of Ethiopia, and ANA, Japan's leading airline group, signed a code-share agreement. From October 26, 2014, ...