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Kankara called on the government to reawaken the sector by investing more funds in it to boost mining activities and put in place adequate regulatory framework to reposition the sector to meet international mining standard

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stakeholders attribute low contribution of mining to gdp

Shehu said that the past glory of the sector could still be revived if government intensified efforts in providing bankable data of minerals available in the Nigeria, adding that foreigners would be glad to invest in the sector

Adewuyi appreciated the Federal Government on the commissioning of Itakpe-Ajaoku-Warri rail lines, adding that one of the infrastructural problems that could have hindered the commencement of Ajaokuta Steel if completed had been settled

“Incidentally, many Nigerians did not really place importance on the rail line but we in the industry are happy because raw materials shipped through the sea will be delivered to the company through the rail line,” he said

stakeholders attribute low contribution of mining to gdp

mining to lift nigeria’s gdp in 2020 by 10% | the guardian

The PwC Nigeria said the country’s mining sector presents incredible opportunities for both the private and public sectors, given the country’s vast natural resources and the current drop in oil prices

It stated that the North-Central, North-East and North-West regions are known to have some of the country’s major mineral deposits. Due to the persistent plague of terrorism and civil unrest, mining activity in these areas has slackened

The solid minerals sector has been targeted by the previous administration to contribute five per cent to GDP by 2015 and 10 per cent to GDP by 2020. Current contribution of the solid minerals sector to GDP averages about 0.46 per cent

mining to lift nigeria’s gdp in 2020 by 10% | the guardian

Mining Sector Leader and Head Consulting at PwC Nigeria, Cyril Azobu, stated that Nigeria’s mining sector will improve the GDP growth of the economy if revamped, noting that at the upcoming iPAD Nigeria Mining Forum in Abuja, which is regarded as a long overdue strategic investment platform, will gather key role players in the Nigerian mining space to discuss the way forward

“The reduction in global crude oil prices has once again highlighted the need for Nigeria to diversify the revenue base of the economy and we hold strongly that one key sector which offers great potential in achieving this is the sold minerals sector”

According to the Event Director, Nicole Smith, the solid minerals sector has been targeted by the previous administration to contribute 5% to GDP by 2015 and 10% to GDP by 2020 and current contribution of the solid minerals sector to GDP averages about 0.46%

mining to lift nigeria’s gdp in 2020 by 10% | the guardian

The Director, Human Resources and Administration, Lagos State Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Adeyemi Taofik Fashola, recently conducted on-the-spot assessment of some sand mining sites in the Ajah/ Lekki axis of Lagos State

Fashola, after the assessment disclosed that the ministry is poised to ensure that miners in the State operates according to laid down regulations that will ensure sustainable development in the State

He said: “In furtherance of the ministry’s mandate to ensuring a sustainable mining operation, constant monitoring and clinical review of mining methods and its impacts, taking stock of degraded area as well as putting in place a restoration plan is been done by the ministry”

mining to lift nigeria’s gdp in 2020 by 10% | the guardian

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