FG Launches Foreign Investment Drive in UK

In a bid to bolster foreign investment in Nigeria, the administration of President Bola Tinubu has initiated a robust campaign led by Ambassador Adamu Ibrahim Lamuwa, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The campaign targets Nigerians residing in the United Kingdom, urging them to channel their investments into various sectors of the Nigerian economy.

The high-profile event unfolded on Friday, April 5th, 2024, at the prestigious Tafida Hall within the Nigerian High Commission premises in London.

Ambassador Lamuwa’s mission underscores the government’s commitment to leveraging the diaspora community’s resources and expertise to spur economic growth and development back home. By engaging Nigerians abroad, the campaign seeks to foster stronger ties between the diaspora and the homeland, encouraging investment that will drive innovation, create jobs, and enhance socio-economic prosperity.

During the gathering, Ambassador Lamuwa articulated the administration’s vision for Nigeria’s economic transformation and highlighted the country’s vast investment opportunities across sectors such as infrastructure, technology, agriculture, energy, and healthcare.

The event served as a platform for dialogue, networking, and collaboration between government officials, business leaders, and members of the Nigerian diaspora. Attendees were briefed on investment incentives, regulatory reforms, and government initiatives aimed at creating a conducive business environment for both local and foreign investors.

As Nigeria positions itself as a prime destination for foreign direct investment, initiatives like these underscore the government’s proactive approach to economic diplomacy and its unwavering commitment to driving sustainable growth and development.

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