By Udo Ibuot
LAGOS â€” PRESIDENT of the Poland-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Chief Julius Ogunyemi, has urged the Federal Government to consider Polandâ€™s initiative of revamping the nationâ€™s power and steel sectors.
He said Polandâ€™s proposal was to revamp Nigeriaâ€™s epileptic power supply sector and run over a period ofÂ 10 years before handing them over.
Noting that the Polish desire to revamp the nationâ€™s economy was snubbed by the government in 1995, Ogunyemi said the current government in Poland was still determined to bail Nigeria out of her current economic problems.
The chamberâ€™s president who made the remarks at a symposium to mark the death of the Polish President, Mr. Lech Kaczynki, his wife and 94 others, in a plane crash last week, said the lateÂ president was considering the deployment of Polish technology towards the revamping of Nigeriaâ€™s railway system.
He stressed that a Polish outfit was also a technical and financial partner with Marubeni Mitsubishi of Japan in the maintenance of the Kaduna refinery, adding that the private sector should utilise Polandâ€™s technical and energy expertise to revamp the nationâ€™s economy.