PHOTO NEWS: Gov. Oyebanji markets Nigeria, Ekiti at US-Africa Business Summit in Texas

Ekiti State Governor, Abiodun Oyebanji has spoken marketed Nigeria and his state as prime destinations for foreign investments.

The Governor addressed investors and policy markers at the ongoing US-Africa Summit organised by Corporate Council on Africa in Dallas, Texas, United States of America.

Oyebanji wrote on his social media pages: “I had the honour of addressing an audience of global business leaders, investors, and policymakers at the 2024 US-Africa Business Summit in Dallas, USA. It was a great opportunity to showcase the investment opportunities available in Ekiti State.

“During my session on “Invest in Nigeria,” I emphasised the potentials that our state has to offer, citing the success stories of the turnaround of Ikogosi Warm Springs by CAVISTA Holdings, the Ikun Diary Farm in partnership with Promasidor, and the $80 million investment from AfDB in our Ekiti Knowledge Zone project, among others. I urged investors to take advantage of Nigeria’s favourable investment climate and invest in Ekiti State.

“The positive feedback I received from the audience was overwhelming, and I am confident that we will see more investments coming into our state. Our administration remains committed to making Ekiti a better place to live, work, and invest.

“This is truly the right time to invest in Nigeria. Indeed, it is the right time to invest in Ekiti.”

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