The UK Africa Investment Summit: A great opportunity for Nigeria
Monday, 13 January 2020
Next Monday 20, January 2020, the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, will host 21 African leaders in London for one of the biggest events of his premiership so far – the UK-African Investment Summit (UK-AIS). His Excellency, President Buhari will be in attendance, alongside a strong Nigerian delegation of senior Ministers and officials. About 40 leading members of the Nigerian private sector will also be there to make their voices heard and to pursue new deals and opportunities. The UK understands the value of trade and investment partnerships in Africa. Right now, Africa is home to eight of the 15 fastest growing economies in the world, and the coming decade could well see that...
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