Governor Mohammed Umaru Bago, yesterday in Abuja with senior government functionaries, met with representatives from Deutsche Bank to discuss potential collaborations in three crucial industries: rail infrastructure, renewable energy, and healthcare.
Edward Marlow, the Managing Director for Sub-Saharan Africa Investment at Deutsche Bank, conveyed the bank’s enthusiasm for these collaborative efforts. He specifically expressed interest in the development and funding of a rail line connecting Minna to Abuja. The discussions also included potential cooperation in the renewable energy and healthcare sectors.
Governor Bago expressed optimism about the areas under discussion and thanked the Deutsche Bank delegation for considering Niger State as a worthy partner for these development initiatives.
The meeting was a positive step forward in the development of Niger State. The potential partnerships with Deutsche Bank could help improve the state’s infrastructure, access to energy, and healthcare system. These improvements would benefit all Nigerians and contribute to the overall development of the country. The governor said.