A partner in the Nigeria-Brazil Bilateral Development Program, Cleber Guarany of Fundacao Getulio Vargas, has disclosed that the wealth to be created in Nigeria is estimated at $12billion in the first 10 years of mechanized farming in the country.
He made a presentation at the Asiwaju Bola Tinubu 11th colloquium at the International Conference Center, Abuja, marking the former Lagos State Governor’s 67th birthday.
He spoke on the Green Imperative with a focus on Next Level jobs in agriculture.
Noting that 780 service centers will be created across Nigeria during the first phase, he said that $1.11 billion investments would be attracted to Nigeria from Brazil.
While 100,000 technical will be formed, he said that 5 million people will be impacted in the country.