Blueprint9 are currently seeking collaboration with contractors to cover the media surrounding developments in core Nigerian industries, such developments will document the growth and advancements made on a monthly basis adding up to date information to all stakeholders. Our camera and recording crews will be on site to harness the developments creating solid public relation materials for news stories and social media alike.
We are currently keen to collaborate with Mining, Infrastructure, Agriculture, along with any core business Industry. Our aim is to upgrade the media, reporting, and marketing of such projects to present Nigeria’s growing business and social economy in the positive light it deserves.
N1.7 trillion is needed now to deliver 206 federal roads covering over 6,000 kilometres with contract value at over N2 trillion, an estimated deficit of about 17.37 million housing units, from juxtaposing the population estimate of 182.2 million with fertility rate of 6.1. In the same vein, electricity, rail systems, airports, seaports are equally begging for financial attention.
The implication of these is that the country needs several trillions of naira to address its infrastructural deficits at a time the economy is financially challenged. While federal government, for years, has been sourcing for domestic and foreign funds to fix these infrastructures, the fund sourced is a quantum, compared to what is needed.
Experts in the infrastructure and finance sectors have postulated that the country needs to spend $3 trillion on economic infrastructure over the next 30 years, if it must meet its own ambitious development goals. Nigeria’s major infrastructure challenges lie with power, roads, healthcare and education amongst others. In recent times, the government has focused on fixing power and building road networks across the country.