Lagos – Ibadan Expressway (LIE)

The Lagos-Ibadan Expressway is a 127.6-kilometre-long expressway that is widely regarded as the busiest interstate road in the country and the primary connection route between Nigeria’s northern, southern, and eastern regions.

Second Niger Bridge (2NB)

This project aims to ease congestion on the existing Niger Bridge, boost economic activity, and connect the country’s southeast to the rest of the country. The project and its connecting road total approximately 46.9 kilometres in length.

Abuja – Kano Road (AKR)

The road is a major artery in Nigeria’s transportation network, allowing people and goods to move. The project entailed rehabilitating, expanding, and constructing 118 kilometres of the 375-kilometre dual carriageway.

Presidential Fertilizer Initiative (PFI)

NSIA’s investment in the agriculture sector primarily seeks to address challenging issues, actors face while leveraging its comparative advantage. Specifically, our impact in agriculture covers 19 states and spans all 6 geopolitical zones with a keen eye on guaranteeing food security.

Pandagric Novum Farms

The Pandagric project is a two-phase development of an animal feed processing business under the UFF-NAIC Agriculture Investment Fund.
Who we are

We manage Nigeria’s Sovereign Wealth Fund

An investment institution of the Federation set up to manage funds in excess of budgeted hydrocarbon revenues. We play a leading role in driving sustained economic development for the benefit of all Nigerians by building a savings base for the Nigerian people, enhancing the development of Nigeria’s infrastructure, providing stabilisation support in times of economic stress.
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What we do

As a globally-focused Nigerian investment institution investing in the international market and in key sectors of the Nigerian economy.
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NSIA Funds

NSIA receives funding primarily from the surplus income generated from the sale of Nigeria's crude oil. The Authority was allocated an initial sum of US$1 billion in seed capital in 2013.
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Our Mandate

Our Mandate is to insulate Nigeria's sovereign wealth fund by investing into three main funds that seek to provide stabilisation initiatives, infrastructure development and future focused growth investments.

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Our Commitment


As signatories to the Santiago Principles of the International Monetary Fund / International Forum of Sovereign Wealth Funds (IFSWF), NSIA is committed to delivering its ESG objective through a three-pronged approach of delivery investments that supports the global effort to curb emissions.
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Catalysing Infrastructure Development

Infrastructure development is a key driver for economic progress and a pivotal enabler for productivity and sustainable economic growth in any economy. NSIA is committed and uniquely positioned to serve as a facilitator for initiation, conceptualisation, sponsorship and execution of high priority infrastructure projects of national interest.
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Growing Assets under management

With a strong aspiration for scalable socio-economic impact, NSIA seeks to grow profitability and transition from a pure fund manager to an asset manager delivering projects that catalyse sectors and platforms that attract third-party capital into critical sectors of the Nigerian economy.
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Our projects

The Authority’s mandate is underpinned by the country’s development needs, and our investments are made in high-priority projects to catalyse infrastructure developments on a national scale to stimulate economic growth.
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Our Investment Milestones


  Signed a US$50 million joint venture carbon reduction agreement with Vitol.



  Commissioned and Operationalized Diagnostic Centers in Kano and Abia states.

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Keep up to date with news and activities on our impact, as we deliver on our mandate

NSIA has completed the development and construction of a 10MW solar farm in the Kumbotso Local Government Area (LGA) of Kano on
President Muhammadu Buhari, has appointed three Executive members to the Board of the NSIA. The new appointees are Mr. Aminu Umar-Sadiq, Mr.
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