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UK BUSINESS & TRADE MINISTER ARRIVES NIGERIA TO FOR A 3-DAY VISIT TO DEEPEN UK-NIGERIA PARTNERSHI

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UK BUSINESS & TRADE MINISTER ARRIVES NIGERIA TO FOR A 3-DAY VISIT TO DEEPEN UK-NIGERIA PARTNERSHIP                                                          12-02-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                         The UK Minister for Business and Trade, Kemi Badenoch has arrived in Nigeria to begin a 3-day visit to deepen the UK-Nigeria partnership.

Following the former Foreign Secretary’s visit to Nigeria in August 2023, and last week’s UK-Nigeria Security and Defence Talks, Minister Badenoch’s visit will take forward ongoing efforts by both countries to boost the UK-Nigeria trade relations and unlock new investment opportunities.

While in Nigeria, Minister Kemi Badenoch and the Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Nigeria, Helen Grant will have meetings with Federal Government officials, State Governors as well as British and Nigerian business leaders and investors.

Through these meetings, she will explore current and potential investment and trade activities from education to infrastructure and energy projects, with the potential to create thousands of jobs.

Minister Badenoch will look to further strengthen the UK-Nigeria partnership, remove barriers to trade and investment, grow business between the two countries, and ensure the City of London’s enabling role for international business is more accessible to Nigeria.

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