NIGER STATE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LIMITED.

Niger State Development Company (NSDC) Limited was incorporated in 1980 as a wholly State-owned enterprise with the core objective of driving the State’s investment and strategic developmental initiatives by leveraging on the private sector.

The company has grown to become a reliable investment firm with a diversified yet balanced portfolio that guarantees delivery of quick yields as well as long term returns on investment. This much is evident the Company’s efficient management of real and financial assets.

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PORTFOLIO INVESTMENT

This includes stock broking, investment strategy, risk management, price tracking, assets rebalancing and allocation, investment advisory services and provision of support services for ...

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HOSPITALITY

The provision of a 3 star NSDC Hotel and Suites is one of the company’s foremost investments in the hospitality industry.

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AGRICULTURE/AQUACULTURE

Business and capacity building advisory

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REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT

NSDC’s investment in real estate has been consistent right after the corporate restructuring in 2011.

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MANUFACTURING

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SOLID MINERALS EXPLORATION

NSDC’s investment in real estate has been consistent right after the corporate restructuring in 2011.

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CAPACITY BUILDING

NSDC is quite aware of the lucrative nature of the manufacturing sector and so far lots of effort is in top gear to take advantage of the enormous potential of the sector.

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ADVISORY SERVICES/CONSULTANCY

Niger State is home to an astonishing variety of marketable solid minerals and gem stones.

About Our Company

Niger State Development Company (NSDC) Limited is a special purpose vehicle for the State. It was incorporated in 1980 as a limited liability company under the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA).

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 85%
ENTREPRENEURSHIP 70%
SATISFACTION 90%

Why you should choose NSDC.

Our leadership structure comprises a Board of Directors that sets strategic direction and an Executive Management that oversees the day to day running of the company. NSDC is generally regulated by CAMA and specific Federal and State legislations that may from time to time relate to the company’s areas of operation.

Strong/Effective Board

Given our strategic importance to Niger State’s economy, our Board is built on expertise and strong governance practices…

Culture of Excellence

Our employees have a clear understanding of our vision and are driven by a common purpose, ingenuity, resilience…

Core Values

Our business at NSDC is grounded in loyalty, accountability, integrity, trust, ingenuity and respect for our stakeholder needs….

Booking of Hon. Justice Idris Legbo Kutigi International Conference Centre

Corporate Events

1,500 seat capacity

500,000
  • 1,500 seat capacity
  • Morning session: 7am – 3pm
  • Evening session: 5pm – 12
Individual Events

1,500 seat capacity

300,000
  • 1,500 seat capacity
  • Morning session: 7am – 3pm
  • Evening session: 5pm – 12 midnight
Multipurpose Events

300 seat capacity

150,000
  • 300 seat capacity
  • Morning session: 7am – 3pm
  • Evening session: 5pm – 12
Open space

For all events

100,000
  • For all events
  • Morning session: 7am – 3pm
  • Evening session: 5pm – 12 midnight
Spectators Stand

For all events

60,000
  • For all events
  • Morning session: 7am – 3pm
  • Evening session: 5pm – 12 midnight

Suleja International Market

Niger State Development Company (NSDC) Limited is a special purpose vehicle for the State. It was incorporated in 1980 as a limited liability company under the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA).

About Niger State

Niger State was created on 3rd February, 1976 from what used to be called North-western State. It has 25 Local Government Areas and lies between Latitude 3.200 East and Longitude 11.300 North. It covers a total land area of 83,266,779 square kilometers which represents about 10% of the total land area (the largest) in Nigeria. About 85% of the land is arable.

Niger State is rich in history and that gives it a pride of place in Africa’s most populous nation. The name ‘Nigeria’ was actually derived from Niger, the major river running through the State. The name was given by Lord Luggard’s spouse while they lived in Niger State.

Nigeria’s first indigenous President, Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe was born in Niger State in a town called Zungeru.

Location of Niger State

Niger State occupies strategic location in the geo-political structure of Nigeria. It also serves as a conveyor belt for the transportation of finished products to all parts of Nigeria via railway and road networks. Added to this is the State proximity to Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory; ABUJA.

The population of Nigeria & Niger State

  • The current population of Nigeria is 211,842,950 as of Monday, August 16, 2021, based on Worldometer elaboration of the latest United Nations data.
  • Nigeria 2020 population is estimated at 206,139,589 people at mid year according to UN data.
  • Nigeria population is equivalent to 2.64% of the total world population.
  • Nigeria ranks number 7 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population.
  • The population density in Nigeria is 226 per Km2 (586 people per mi2).
  • The total land area is 910,770 Km2 (351,650 sq. miles)
  • 52.0 % of the population is urban (107,112,526 people in 2020)
  • The median age in Nigeria is 18.1 years.

As of 1961, the land area now called Niger State had a population of 1,194,508. The 1991 population figure indicated a total of 2,421,581 inhabitants. The 2006 population figure was 3,954,772 while by 2016, it was estimated to be 5,556,247.

Niger State Soil

Like most alluvial soils, the soil in Niger State is the flood plain type and is characterized by considerable variations. It is of two main types; Ku-soil and Ya-soil, which could be used for agriculture and are rich in minerals for the manufacture of various products.

Niger State Climate

Niger State experiences distinct dry and wet seasons with annual rainfall varying from 1,100mm in the Northern to 1,600mm in the Southern parts of the State. The Maximum temperature (not usually more than 340C) is recorded between March and June, while the minimum is usually between December and January. The rainy season lasts for about 150days Northern parts about 120days in the Southern parts of the State.

Agriculture in Niger State

Niger State is blessed with rich arable land that lends itself to agriculture nearly all-year round. The State agricultural outputs cuts across all crop horizons, including food and cash crops, major ones being sorghum, maize, rice, millet, cowpea, yam, cassava, sweet potatoes, groundnuts, soybeans, melon, vegetables of all kinds and cotton.
Food processing and animal husbandry thrive in the state and there is so much room for more investors in the sector.

Solid minerals found Niger State

Niger State is home to an astonishing variety of marketable solid minerals and gem stones. A World Bank sponsored Airborne Geographical Survey put Niger squarely in Nigeria’s new-found Gold producing belt. Besides the chief of stones, such other minerals as kyanite, ball clay, kaolin, talc, marble, lead, feldspar, copper, graphite, iron, mica, silica, and quartzite can be found here in commercial quantities. With well-certified National Geographic Data and functional cadaster system, the wealth of this land is the investor’s for taking, and many incentives are provided by the government to accommodate them.

Power in Niger State

Kainji, Jebba and Shiroro are Nigeria’s three major Hydro-power stations providing much needed power for the entire nation for years. The location of these power stations in Niger is reason the state is known as the “Power State” of the nation.
The situation gives investors reason to come to Niger State…The power is here.

Tourism in Niger State

Niger State has comparative advantage in tourism potentials and water resources. Gurara falls is a major tourist attraction. Similar tourist sites dot the landscape, such as Kainji National Park, Mokwa cattle ranch, Zuma rock, and historic sites at Zungeru.

Strategic Business Areas

  • Portfolio Investment

    This includes stock broking, investment strategy, risk management, price tracking, assets rebalancing and allocation, investment…

  • Hospitality

    The provision of a 3 star NSDC Hotel and Suites is one of the company’s foremost investments in the hospitality industry.

  • Manufacturing

    NSDC is quite aware of the lucrative nature of the manufacturing sector and so far lots of effort is in top gear to take advantage of the….

  • Real Estate Development

    NSDC’s investment in real estate has been consistent right after the corporate restructuring in 2011. Parts of this include;…

Other Business Areas

  • Human Resource

    Handling of competency-based job descriptions with expected performance and behavioural outcome to employees…

  • Corporate Social Responsibility

    Job creation through the company’s different projects and ventures. Community development projects which includes…

  • Corporate Governance

    The Board of Directors is the highest decision making body of the organization without any form of interference.

  • Stakeholder Management

    At NSDC, we have a near perfect relationship with both our internal and external stakeholders.

OUR RECORDS SPEAKS FOR US

With an asset base of N7bn, the company has investments spread across equities, real estate, hospitality, manufacturing and agriculture.

Our Assets & investments

Equities

We hold 15% stake in Badeggi Rice Processing Company Limited…

Real Estate

In the real estate sector, the company is currently executing N1.8bn…

Hospitality

In the hospitality sector, we own and manage a 3- star 50-Room…

manufacturing & agriculture

NSDC is also a key player in manufacturing, where considerable stake…