We’ll Invest In Small, Large Enterprises To Boost Nigeria’s Economy — U.S. Govt



By Funmilola Gboteku/ Stellamaris Ashinze

The U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary, Wally Adeyemo, says the U.S. government will be investing in small, medium, and large enterprises to boost Nigeria’s economy.

Adeyemo disclosed this on Tuesday while speaking with the media  during his visit to some tech founders at the Vibranium Tech City, Ikeja.

According to him, three out of five Nigerians are under the age of 25 , and by 2050 Nigeria will be about 400 million people, which will be bigger than the U.S.

“We don’t only share economic prospects, but we share values with more than 500,000 Nigerian -Americans, who go between Nigeria and America on a regular basis.

“Our goal is to make sure that the talented people who live here in Nigeria have the opportunities to realise their dreams here and be able to take advantage of the opportunities that exist in Nigeria,” he said.

Speaking on brain drain, Adeyemo, said that the exit of many Nigerians to the U.S. was now yielding…

Source: News Agency of Nigeria