By Paul Ndiho
Nigeria continues to have the potential to be a major player in the world economy. The West African nation’s annual growth rate has averaged almost seven percent during the last decade, driven largely by development in trade, investment in agriculture, and infrastructure.
Despite these success stories, the country still faces a lot of challenges. I caught up with Mr. Olusegun Aganga, Nigeria’s Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment who was speaking at an event organized by the initiative for global development in Washington D.C. I asked him how his country is coping.