Nigeria’s rail modernisation effort is driving change in real estate as stressed out Lagosians look to live beyond expensive housing in ... the commercial capital. If this is combined with serious industrial growth along transport corridors, it could flip decades of Lagos-centric growth.
While the impact of Covid-19 has been felt in all sectors, says Uzziel Ndagijimana in a video interview with The Africa Report, some have been hit harder than others. Tourism, in particular, has been knocked sideways by the coronavirus pandemic.
Having bet big on the sector over the past few years – the Rwandan government underwrote the creation of the Kigali Convention Centre – the collapse of tourist numbers has been tough.