Are you an investor looking for investments in emerging markets? You should strongly consider visiting Ebonyi State in Igbo Land, Nigeria. There is a growing rush to start exploiting its mineral deposite like coal and zinc, as the account of the state’s commissioner for Solid Minerals, Francis Orji indicates below:
I was in Afikpo yesterday with Chinese investors to ascertain the existence of huge coal deposits in Echara Mgbom, Amamgbala, Unwana, Edda. Continue reading “Ebonyi State Nigeria willing to allow businesses exploit its coal and zinc”
Ndewo umu Igbo bu Igbo,
I saw the inspiring post shared below about how Igboland can be developed and said I must post it hear. Ugomba who wrote it has a lot of great ideas that can develop Igboland for us.
Read it and if you have more ideas on how we can turn our land into a developed part of Africa please share in the comments. Ala Igbo ga adi mma o buru na anyi ncha jiko aka I dozi ya.
I laughed out loud when I saw the threat of Northern youths to Igbos, ordering them to leave the north.
The North don’t want restructuring, what do they now want?
Do these northerners know the implications of these threat?
90% of Internal Generated Revenue in the North are gotten from Taxation of Igbo markets, Hotels, Factories etc.
NDI IGBO, Listen, Lagos is the most populated state in Nigeria with 25+million occupants and the same lagos ironically has the smallest landmass in Nigeria, If Lagos can contain 25million people, then Enugu and Anambra alone can contain All Igbos.
Continue reading “If Lagos can house 25 million people, Anambra and Imo can house all Igbos”