ABUJA, Nigeria – Governors of the 36 states of the federation under the auspices of the Nigerian Governor’s Forum, have resolved to work with the Federal Government to fully implement Geospatial data project.
The decision was arrived at during a meeting held at the Forum’s headquarters in Abuja on Thursday.
The project aimed to provide evidence-based decision that will help the government plan for effective distribution of resources.
Geospatial maps would be of great value addition for MDAs, which would also help to curb the waste of scarce financial resources.
The meeting also discussed, Seattle declarations, implementation of digital economy, African free trade zone, Mambila hydro power project, ease of doing business and 25 million tree planting in Nigeria.