Nigeria’s commitment to institutionalisation of a sustainable investment environment to attract and retain direct investment, both foreign and indigenous had been unwavering.

Government had consistently been addressing challenges identified as hindrances to the flow of investment – the power industry has been restructured and private investment allowed to ensure that uninterrupted and sufficient power is generated and distributed to stimulate economic activities; investment policies and legislations are constantly been reviewed to ensure predictability and consistency with best global practices; an integrated infrastructure development master plan is being put in place to effectively address deficiencies that had characterised the economy; principles of accountability, transparency and corporate governance are being imbibed in both the public and private sector to tackle issues of corruption, financial crimes and security.