New airport designed to boost the Nigerian economy
The fall in the price of oil is taking a toll on Nigeria, Africa's largest economy.
Small steps are being taken to end the country's dependence on oil, boosting agricultural exports in particular. And the building of a new cargo airport in the country's Jigawa State in the north of the country, is being seen as a move in the right direction.
The BBC's Chris Ewokor reports from Dutse, the state capital of Jigawa, for Africa Business Report.
27 Mar 2015