Primate Elijah Ayodele, the head of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has made insights into specific Nigerian industries. According to Primate Ayodele, investors would disregard the southern region of the country because the northern region would have more natural resources than the southern region. He said that there would be a change, with more infrastructure in the north than in the south.
The priest added that the nation will build a new technology system and start making guns but that there would be an increase in electricity bills despite an unstable power supply in a statement released by his spokesperson, Oluwatosin Osho.
He said, “I believe that the northerners will better exploit their natural resources than the southerners and that investors will begin to relocate there. I predict a change that will drive investors away from the south and redirect their attention to the north's infrastructure and investment opportunities. The northerners will receive more gasoline, and I can already see a refinery there”.
Lastly, “Nigeria will create a brand-new technological system, a nuclear power facility, and a firearm. Nigeria will typically be blessed with several natural resources in addition to petroleum. The cost of electricity will go up, and Nigeria's electrical supply won't be steady”.
Source: Daily Post Nigeria
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