Public Private Partnership in Nigeria

The strategic objective for the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC) is to accelerate investment in national infrastructure through private sector funding by assisting the Federal Government of Nigeria and its Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs) to implement and establish effective Public Private Partnership’s (PPP) procurement.

The scope of the Federal Government’s programme for PPP is the creation of new infrastructure and the key expansion and refurbishment of existing assets at the federal level.

In addition, a number of State Governments are considering using PPP to develop infrastructure. Although each State is responsible for its own investment projects, many PPP projects within a State will be financed with the support of a guarantee by the Federal Government. In providing any such guarantees, the Government will have regard to best practices as exemplified by its own PPP Policy and guidelines.

 

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NEWS & EVENTS

REPORT OF THE FOURTH QUARTER MEETING OF THE PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP UNIT CONSULTATIVE FORUM (3PUCF)
09-Dec-2014 / Read More »
WELCOME REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, GOVERNING BOARD OF THE ICRC, HIS EXCELLENCY, SENATOR KEN NNAMANI, GCON, AT THE INDIA-NIGERIA KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE WORKSHOP ORGANIZED BY THE ICRC WITH THE SUPPORT OF THE WORLD BANK
05-Dec-2014 / Read More »
Expert Wants Banks Involved In Public Private Partnership Projects
26-Nov-2014 / Read More »
Okonjo-Iweala Puts Nigerias Infrastructure Spending at $6bn, Wants Faster Processing of PPPs
04-Nov-2014 / Read More »
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