I just hope that Tinubu comes back from his trip abroad with coherent programmes to resolve all these problems which are driving investors away from Nigeria
 Insecurity which means that foreign workers and their families can be abducted, robbed or even killed
 Government ministers constantly demanding bribes from investors. This is what ultimately drove Richard Branson away from the country
 Political uncertainty. Tomorrow, a new government can get elected and unilaterally change the law, refusing to honour long terms agreements that are in place
 Ever-changing remittance laws that limit the amount of funds that can be repatriated from Nigeria
 Inadequate transport links. Travelling around Nigeria has to be done by car too often and there is not a good enough road network in place linking all of our 774 local government areas
 Poor power supply which means all investors need to, first of all, install generators and then enter into diesel supply deals
 Unreliable local suppliers. To function effectively, manufacturers need reliable and effective supply chains. For instance, can anyone confidently know that their Nigerian bottled water supplier will consistently deliver 100 gallons every week as arranged
 Religious extremism. This is especially the case in northern Nigeria where Sharia laws inhibit free movement. For instance, in Kano State, the Hisbah Police are authorised to arrest a man an woman who work together simply for riding in a car together. How do colleagues work together in such an environment?
 Our refusal to defy the odds when confronted with challenges. I am sure our attitude of just praying to God for solutions to our problems rather then seek solutions must drive expatriates mad. Rather than work overnight on remedies, we chose to attend vigils. There is only so much you can do with superstitious people
 Our weak manufacturing base. When you have to import all the machinery you need, it can negate the advantages of low wages, high returns, a skilled workforce and a huge market.