NIGERIA IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS

NIGERIA IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Nigeria is open for business said the minister for Niger Delta at Infrastructure Africa summit in Sandton conversation centre on 21 22 August the minster and princes Gloria Akobundo NEPAD Agency Nigeria address the plenary Panel at the summit and accruing the audience that to do business in Nigeria is very easy now and government will issue visa to any investors that want to come to Nigeria for business at the point of entrance.

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