The Federal government has reiterated its readiness to stimulate the economy by investing in capital projects.
Vice President yemi Osinbajo stated this at the unveiling of Nigeria infrastructure advisory committee compendium in Abuja.
Successfully surmounting the Nigeria infrastructure deficit has been a mirage to successive administration at all levels in the country.
Confronted with the challenges of insecurity, corruption and economic recession, coupled with the years of long neglect of the nation’s infrastructure, the current administration according to analysts mounted the podium of leadership at a tough time.
The Nigeria infrastructure advisory facilities forum is to enhance existing partnership between government and the private sector on how to redress the infrastructure deficit across the country.
The Vice President says government is committed to reflating the economy by increasing votes to funding critical infrastructure in the country.
For Don Mellor, a representative of the DFID, the essence of the advisory committee is to engender competitiveness as well as investments in the infrastructure sector of the country.
Highpoint of the event is the unveiling of the compendium of the committee by vice president osinbajo.