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Nigeria / Federal Government Plans to Create 5 Million Jobs By 2015

Dr Olusegun Aganga, the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, on Thursday said that the Federal Government was working to create at least five million jobs by 2015.

Aganga, who stated this in Ibadan at the opening of the 6th National Council on Industry, Trade and Investment (NCITI-06), said it would be achieved with industrialisation of the country.

According to him, the economic transformation of the country requires the support and contributions of every Nigerian.

The Minister said the nation had in recent times became the number one investment destination in Africa, saying the country had grown by seven per cent in the last 14 years.

He said that Nigeria was now the number one destination for investment in Africa.

“Now with that level of investment, we have received a lot of interest from different countries. Unprecedented level of delegations and investments had trade missions to Nigeria than we have ever had in our history.

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allAfrica

via allAfrica.com: Nigeria: FG Plans to Create Five Million Jobs By 2015 – Aganga (Page 1 of 2).

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