About Us

OUR MISSION is to highlight to the Africans (Nigerians) in the diaspora that a micro assistance rendered to the native land can promote and foster commercial and industrial growth.

“Action without thought is empty, thought without action is blind”

Kwame NkrumaH

About Us

The Kmask Group

We are a diversified business group dedicated to the dynamics of creating a global corporation focusing on Mining, Agriculture, Affordable Housing, Roads and Infrastructure Development.

The crowd-lending is a platform through which anyone can invest in Nigerian with minimum loan in the following:

  • Agriculture Housing
  • Manufacturing
  • Infrastructures Development

This we believe it is the beginning of the Revolutionary Development of African nations by Our Own Bootstraps.

By partnering with the governor of a progressive state in Nigeria, we have already secured over 4000 hectares of land for

  • Agriculture
  • Housing
  • Manufacturing

Mission Objectives

Our mission is to highlight to the Africans (Nigerians) in the diaspora that a micro assistance rendered to the native land can promote and foster commercial and industrial growth.

  • Establish a framework for African (Nigerian) in the diaspora to assist in providing the basic resources needed to develop affordable housing, improve and mechanize local agriculture and invest in programs essential to promote economic growth.
  • To utilize the aggregated micro assistance in fostering economic growth and development while ensuring that natural assets continue to provide the resources and environmental services on which our families at home relies.
  • We can pull ourselves up by our bootstraps

Our mission requires catalyzing investment and innovation which will underpin sustained growth and give rise to new economic opportunities. The Kmask Group shall develop, operate, and coordinate various projects and activities to enhance economic growth within the entire country.

Specific Objectives include (but are not limited to):

  • The promotion of activities aimed at providing quality affordable housing, job opportunities, and the reduction an ever-increasing social unrest throughout the Country.
  • The designing, promotion and implementation of projects to stimulate growth and prosperity with utilizing local materials in every aspect of new and existing commercial business and industrial development
  • The promotion of an improved general economic situation, by whatever means or measures are available, in order to insure the well-being of the Country.

Benefits

Our immediate goal is the provision of employment to the youths whereby reducing crime and other social unrest that comes with high unemployment. A low unemployment rate means

  • The number of youths actively seeking work is low relative to the population of active workers. A low employment rate has several important advantages for society at large, as well as for individual workers and business owners.
  • Low unemployment improves efficient use of equipment and resources, which is beneficial to companies and the overall economy.
  • Low unemployment signals that companies have confidence in marketplace demand in the near future. Low unemployment means the proportion of jobs available is relatively high compared to the number of workers competing for those positions.
  • High employment stimulates consumer spending and impacts the majority of economic growth.
  • During a strong economic cycle, low unemployment essentially feeds itself. Businesses do well because people have money to spend. Major sectors of the economy, including housing, banking and retail, are stronger and more stable during periods of low unemployment because people have income to pay the bills.

 

Less Government Borrowing

Low unemployment reduces the strain on the government, and taxpayers, to support a large population of people out of work. With more people working, the government has fewer burdens to put money into welfare assistance programs. Also, more people working allow the government to bring in more tax revenue. Higher revenue and reduced payouts creates a more fiscally responsible operation. The government does not have to rely as much on borrowing to keep up with bills, saving on interest payments.

“In the past 60 years, over $1 trillion US in development-related aid has been transferred from rich countries to Africa. The problem is that aid is not benign – it is malignant. Aid is part of the problem. In fact it is the problem.”
Dambisa Mayo