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London investors explore Lagos opportunities

09 October 2015, 07:05Augustine Osayande

Abuja - Lagos Deputy Governor, Dr Idiat Oluranti Adebule, has assured a delegation of London-based investors of adequate support and an enabling environment for their investments in the city.

The vice governor gave the assurance when a delegation of senior business representatives from the United Kingdom city' financial and professional services sector paid a courtesy visit in Lagos.

Adebule, said the present administration had created an appropriate framework and ideal policies with protective laws to attract businesses and investors to the state.

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“We have created the Office of Overseas Affairs and Investment, directly under the Governor’s Office to assist investors in taking advantage of the diverse investment opportunities in the state,” Adebule said.

The official emphasized that the areas of focus of the current government were transportation, power, health, infrastructure development and housing.

Adebule urged the delegation to take advantage of the investment  opportunities that abound in these areas in order to enhance the state government’s policy on job creation and infrastructure development.

Lord Mayor of the City of London and leader of the delegation, Alderman Alan Yarrow, said the purpose of their visit to Lagos was to seek for business opportunities as well as deepen commercial interaction with the state. - CAJ News


- CAJ News


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