There are no shielding postures here. Undaunted by using the attainable for pandemic brought on collapse in demand for commodities like sugar and cement
Nigerian billionaire Abdulsamad Rabiu sees solely opportunity – in particular in agriculture, particularly in Nigeria.
Not only is agribusiness fairly simple in phrases of its enterprise model, but it is pressing to save wanted overseas change and to boost employment, he explains.
Rabiu’s primary focus is on advertising greater manufacturing and processing to meet country wide demand and make greater earnings for his conglomerate BUA Group.
BUA listed its subsidiary BUA Cement in January to elevate capital for industrial tasks in the glass, metal and oil sectors, citing the rigour and “scrutiny” of the system as a way of “de-risking” Nigerian opportunity for buyers domestic and foreign.