It’s no secret that Nigeria’s technological revolution since the return of democratic rule in 29 May, 1999 has been reflected in space. In addition to Nigeria’s growing economic power and international influence, it has also made some very impressive strides in terms of its space program. This includes the launching of five Satellites into orbit […]Read More The Surprising Scale of Nigerias Space Program.
The City of Abuja is generally regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Africa. The planning and infrastructure reflects Nigeria’s first attempt at modernization. How did the Abuja come about? For the Federal Government to appear legitimate,the capital city was moved from the coastal city of Lagos in the coastal South, to a […]Read More Say Hello to Africa’s Best Purpose Built City.
GDP : $95 Billion. Population : 22 million. From second tier city to a financial metropolis to Africa’s 5th biggest economy, Lagos has changed beyond recognition in just over a decades. A fundamental change is the sheer volume and speed of infrastructure being built, which is just incredible. Lagos Apapa Port located in Tin Can […]Read More Reasons Why Lagos is the Greatest City in Africa.
Africa has continued to be looked down upon by the Western powers. Negative perceptions and representations such as civil wars, hunger, corruption, greed, selfishness, diseases, poverty, and the like have been the defining characters of Africa and the Africans in the minds of many Western people. Success stories in Africa doesn’t interest any media. They […]Read More Say Hello to Lagos’s New World Class Bus Terminals Designs.
Rail infrastructure in Nigeria has entered a new era with the opening of Light Rail systems across the country. Since 2010 Nigeria has been embarking on the largest infrastructure project in the modern history of black Africa. The country’s recent amazing feat in the area of Space, construction and telecoms bears testament to the country’s […]Read More Abuja Metro Light Rail is First of its Kind.
There is no denying it. The South South Nigeria leads the country in the developmemt and application of light rail technology. The Rivers Monorail project was a well-conceived idea by the Amaechi administration and that it was aimed at boosting the economy of Rivers State and make it the primus destination for business, trade and […]Read More Port Hacourt Monorail.
Calabar Monorail is Nigeria’s first fully operational monorail. The light rail has three stations, Tinapa, Tinapa Lakeside Hotel and the Calabar International Conference Centre. The monorail also allow access to Studio Tinapa, Tinapa Shopping Centre and Tinapa waterpark as well as provide a quick alternative access to Summit Hills. Built by Ponet TFZE, the train […]Read More CALABAR MONORAIL.
Nigeria is expanding her infrastructure on an unprecedented scale. Roads, bridges, airports you name it. One of the no visible aspect of Nigeria’s infrastructural revolution is in railway. New railways are springing up in nearly every major city in the country. President Buhari recently commissioned the Abuja Kaduna RIGASA rail service.Read More Nigeria’s Infrastructural Revolution : President Buhari Inaugurates Abuja-Kaduna Line.
When you look at people like Aliko Dangote, the richest black man in the planet , you will be forgiven if you think it happened overnight, he my became a billionaire just like that. But that was never the case. In 1975 Aliko Dangote was a trader. He would go overseas, buy cement, rice pasta..the […]Read More The Making of the Dangote Empire.
Lagos derived its name from a Portuguese explorer, Rui de Sequeira as a result of because of its many lagoons. Until the abolition of slave trade, Lagos played host to the exportation of millions of slaves, thus making it a beehive of trading activities. With the abolition of slave trade by the British government, Lagos […]Read More Say Hello to the Largest Free Trade Zone in the Africa !