Bayelsa and its people need your support across range of industries

Our State is a growing investment destination not only for Nigerians but also for you. We want to help you understand the State’s institutional structure, infrastructural development, and investment opportunities.

LEARN ABOUT THE INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE STATE. IT JUST MIGHT INSPIRE YOU TO JOIN FORCES WITH US.

  • Bayelsa is a democratic state just like the other Nigerian states. In other words, the legislature serves as the ultimate governance institution in the state. Legislative frameworks are relied on when mediating the interests of managers and the people. Additionally, the military has a vital responsibility when it comes to improving the living standards of the people in Bayelsa. Most of the institutions in this state are bureaucratically managed.
  • The government is the top authority agent followed by heads of various institutions. The state has functional hospitals, religious places, companies, both public and private learning institutions such as colleges. The Bayelsa State Executive Council is important when analyzing the institutional structure of the state.
  • The council is headed by the governor of Bayelsa. However, in collaboration with various ministerial departments and committee heads execute power at different levels to ensure that all the operations in Bayelsa are professional and beneficial to the people and investors likewise.

4 REASONS TO INVEST IN BAYELSA

Availability of Plentiful Unexploited Agricultural and Mineral Resources.

Bayelsa has numerous considerable resources that are not fully exploited to date. Therefore, the state is a motivation for people who need to invest and prosper in various businesses. According to Bayelsa Investment Promotion Agency (BIPA) and the state exhibits a comparative advantage for the production of food and cash crops.

Free Market Economy that enhances Investments

Just like other Nigerian states’ Bayelsa is a free market economy. The government has purposely supported policies and programs that creates an enabling climate for businesses, investments, and industrial endeavors, particularly in Bayelsa. Due to the  new policies in place, the administrative and  bureaucratic processes are greatly rationalized.

Skillful and Low-cost Labour

Bayelsa has a population of around two million people. Skilled people are among Bayelsa’s population. It means that the state has abundant persons who are skilled and able to provide labor at a favorable economic cost. A favorable economic cost can, therefore, support new investments and enable young companies to progressively grow.

Longest coastline in Nigeria

Geographically, the Bayelsa State is known for having the longest coastlines in the country. The state also has one of the deepest natural berths situated in Agge Town. The government has commenced plans to establish and build a Deep Sea Port there. The focus would be a transshipment port that services the entire Gulf of Guinea and the neighborhood of Nigeria.