Nigeria is endowed with huge agriculture lands and with large mineral deposits. With the huge fall of the oil prices which has been the main revenue generation for the government, the current government are focusing on the development of the Mining and Agriculture sector.
Nigeria has over 44 key minerals that are available in commercial quantities such as Gold, Iron Ore, Tantalite, Copper, Lead, Kaolin, Limestone, coal, Bitumen and other rare earth metals. All these minerals are currently mined in small scale with very few companies operating on a larger scale. The Agriculture sector is equally a sector with huge potentials but also hasn’t seen a lot of growth due to the lack of technical infrastructure and foreign investment.

The International Strategic Alliance Committee (ISAC) hosted a summit with the theme “Nigerian Mining and Agriculture summit” on the 4th and 5th of April, 2016, at Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre, London.

Prof Ken Ife was the Keynote Speaker and discussed Nigeria’s economic opportunities. Testimonials of his speech flooded in, with one delegate stating, “It was a great pleasure listening to your substantial industry knowledge. I also appreciate your advice on setting up Joint-Venture projects in Nigeria” Nkechi Vivien – ISAC Delegate.