NEXT LEVEL

THE APC ROAD MAP

1: Next Level – Jobs

  • Next Level is to engage 1,000,000 N-Power graduates

  • Skill up 10 million Nigerians under a voucher system in partnership with private sector

  • Anchor Borrowers Scheme to support input and jobs to 1 million farmers.

  • Livestock Transformation Plan to create 1.5 million jobs along dairy, beef, hide & Skin, blood meal, crops.

  • Agriculture Mechanization Policy with Tractors and Processors to create 5 million jobs.

  • Provide USD500m innovation fund to tech and creative sector to create 500,000 jobs

  • Train 200,000 youth for outsourcing market in technology, services and entertainment

  • 6 Regional Industrial Parks and Special Economic Zones,

  • Next Level of 109 Special Production and Processing Centres (SPPCs) to spur production and value additive processing.

  • Tractors and Processors Plan in Each Senatorial District Extra Jobs Created

  • Increase Children fed from 9.3 million to Next Level of 15 million

  • 300,000 Extra Jobs created for Vendors and Farmers

3: Next Level – Broadband & Internet Infrastruct.

    • Treat Broadband as Critical Infrastructure.

    • We have addressed uniform Right of Way charges. Next Level is to move broadbandcoverage to 120,000 km of fibre networkacross Nigeria.

5: Next Level – Power

  • A minimum of 1,000 MW new Generation incremental Power capacity per annum on the Grid to bring to a total of a minimum of 11,000 MW.

  • Distribution to get to 7,000 MW under Distribution Expansion programme.

  • Anchor Borrowers Scheme to support input and jobs to 1 million farmers.

  • Livestock Transformation Plan to create 1.5 million jobs along dairy, beef, hide & Skin, blood meal, crops.

  • Agriculture Mechanization Policy with Tractors and Processors to create 5 million jobs.

    • Energising Education- 9 Universities will have uninterrupted power next when we complete the First Phase of 37

    • Energising Economies- Next level moves from 16 markets such as Sura, Ariaria to lighting up 300 markets and clusters with clean, uninterrupted off-grid power

  • Execute the Nigeria ElectrificationProject (NEP), a $550 million RuralElectrification Programme, supported by the World Bank/AfDB to create a pipeline of private local investments and financial incentives to catalyze the Nigerian off grid market for standalone solar solutions

7: Next Level – The Entrepreneur Bank

  • Soft loans to support business ideas across different business value chains

  • Profiling and tailored advisory servicesfor entrepreneurs

  • Online Bank: Account Opening, Credit Rating done with technology

  • 6 Regional Industrial Parks and Special Economic Zones,

  • Next Level of 109 Special Production and Processing Centres (SPPCs) to spur production and value additive processing.

  • Tractors and Processors Plan in Each Senatorial District Extra Jobs Created

9: Next Level – Education

  • To achieve our aspiration of a knowledge economy, “Every Child Counts” is our roadmap to make our primary and secondary school students digitally literate with an emphasis on science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM).
  • We will reinterpret the curriculum by imparting functional skills such coding, robotics, animation, design thinking, collaboration, critical thinking, project management. We will also emphasise civic education.
  • All teachers in public primary and secondary schools will be retrained in their primary areas of teaching as well as to deliver digital literacy
  • 10,000 schools per year will be remodeled and equipped transforming classrooms to labs, workshops and collaboration centres

11: Next Level – Security & Anti-Corruption

  • Decentralise funding of police operations and foster true community policing by Implementing direct transfer of funding to Police Divisions all across.
  • Execute the second phase of the Framer-Herder and National Livestock Policy to end the decades-long conflict between farmers and herders.
  • To eliminate the scope of systemic corruption, we will emphasise technology enabled e-Governancer

2: Next Level – Infrastructure Roads and Rail

  • Complete the Ibadan- Kano phase of the Lagos- Ibadan-Kano Rail

  • Complete Eastern Rail (Port-Harcourt- Maiduguri) taking the network through Aba, all South East state capitals, Makurdi, Jos, Bauchi and Gombe.

  • Complete Coastal Rail (Lagos-Calabar)

  • Complete the Link on Itakpe- Warri Rail to Abuja through Lokoja

  • Complete the 2nd Niger Bridge connecting Anambra and Delta States

  • Complete the East West Road connecting Warri, Delta to Oron, Akwa Ibom, through Kaiama and Port Harcourt in Bayelsa and Rivers.

  • Complete the Abuja-Kaduna-Zaria to Kano.

  • Complete the works on Federal roads using Sukuk Bonds in each state of the federation.

4: Next Level – Technology

  • Create a vibrant gig economy around business process outsourcing, technology, creative sector, etc, with flexibility, e-lancing and freelancing as key features

    • Drive procurement of start up services by promoting quota for tech start ups

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  • Support private sector led technology hubs Support technology start ups by providing grants, equity and loans

6: Next Level – People Moni Bank

  • Soft Loans of up to N1million to small traders, artisans (carpenters, tailors, mechanics, hairdressers, barbers, plumbers, vulcanisers etc) and commercial drivers (Taxis, Keke and Motorcycles)

  • Next level will take current number of 2.3 million traders, farmers, artisans under Trader Moni, Market Moni and Farmer Moni schemes to 10 million Nigerians under the People Moni Scheme
  • Help beneficiaries to remove restraintssuch as skills, government bureaucracy and others

8: Next Level – Policy

  • Legislate and enforce deadlines for issuance of Government licences and Permits.

  • Simplify investments, customs, immigration, trade and production procedures

  • 109 One Stop shops of all regulatory agencies (CAC, NAFDAC, SON, etc) under one roof in each senatorial district as Next Level for MSMEs (MSME Clinics) in each Senatorial District

10: Next Level – Health

  • Using co-payments to share the cost between individuals, the private sector and government. The poorest 40% will be exempted from such co-payments.
  • In compliance with National Health Act, we achieved this in 2018 building the backbone for primary healthcare centres

12: Inclusion in Government

  • To achieve 35%in female appointments.

  • More youth appointment for boards.

  • Special mentoring programme in governance with young graduates working with Ministers and other senior government appointees

Government Programmes & Initiatives


 

Nipost Digital Addressing

 

Youth Entrepreneurship Support (YES) Programme


 

School Feeding Programme

 

FG launches new Nigerian Passport Booklet with 10 year validity

 

FG Takes Trader Moni Scheme To Nigerian Market Men And Women

 

FG Unveils First Made-In-Nigeria Tricycle In Abuja

 

Osinbajo Launches Interest-Free Loan Scheme For Traders

 

Osinbajo In Enugu, Inaugurates National MSME Clinic

 

Nigeria launches Patients Bill of Right

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