We are a UK based company with access to European markets and strong connections in Sub-Saharan Africa. Our vision to link Africa to global capital starts with exploring the resources in the following African countries.


Cameroon is located on the West coast of Africa; it has a 400km coastline to the Atlantic Ocean. The population is about 20,000,000, and the country has been typically peaceful throughout its history. The official languages are French and English.

Major crops for export and local use include: rubber, palm oil, cotton, cocoa, coffee, tea, bananas, pineapples, haricot beans, sugar, potatoes of various varieties, and a variety of fruit and vegetables.

The country has an extraordinary range of resources, both mineral, and forestry, most of which have yet to be exploited, although timber production is a major industry. Over 90% of Cameroon’s power is generated by hydroelectric plants and there are other identified power station sites for future development.


The Republic of Niger is a beautiful, yet relatively unknown, landlocked country located in the heart of Africa.  It covers 1,267,000km² and is situated along the edge of the Sahara and sub-Saharan regions in West Africa and is abundant in natural features. The official language is French

Niger presents one of the most exciting investment opportunities in Africa today. This vast country, with a border stretching the distance between London and Washington, boasts some of the continent’s most significant natural resources with oil and mining exports gold, uranium, coal, iron ore, phosphorous, manganese and gas deposits are only now being discovered.

Agriculture is the second largest source of export for the country Niger is the world’s top producer of millet per capita, The second most important crop produced is cowpea Millet, sorghum, cassava, pulses, rice, sugar cane are grown for local consumption and cowpeas, cotton, tigernut and groundnuts are cultivated for export. Onions are harvested for commercial export as are small quantities of garlic, peppers, potatoes, and wheat


Nigeria is situated in the West African region. It has a land mass of 923,768 sq.km with 800km coastline to the Atlantic Ocean. Nigeria has population of over 160m the largest national population on the African continent. Land is in abundance in Nigeria for agricultural, industrial and commercial activities. The official language is English.

Over 40 per cent of the population belongs to the working age group of 15-59. The work force include a large corps of highly trained personnel in mechanical, civil, electrical, electronics, chemical and petroleum engineering and biotechnics, with over 70,000 graduates in various disciplines every year.

Also, a sizeable Nigerian population has been and is being trained outside the country, in some of the best colleges in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Russia, Japan and China.Every year, about 2,000 of these Nigerians return home to seek employment or accommodation within the economy.

Major crops for export and local use include: cassava, maize, rice, yams, sesame seeds, soya, sorghum, ginger, onions, tomatoes, melons and vegetable. The main cash crops are cocoa, cotton, groundnuts, oil palm and rubber. The rain forests have been well exploited for timber and wood products of exotic and popular species.

Oil and Gas, by value, are the most important minerals. Nevertheless, there are significant non-oil mineral deposits on land many of which have been identified and evaluated: coal, iron ore, gypsum, kaolin, phosphates, lime -stone, marble, columbine, baryte and gold.

Nigeria is obviously the largest market in sub Saharan Africa with reasonably skilled and potential manpower for the efficient and effective management of investment projects within the country. It is well connected by a wide network of motorable all-season roads, railway tracks, inland waterways, maritime and air transportation.