A group of Nigerian professionals in the United States (U.S) has pledged to put in place measures to attract an estimated $4 billion investment into the Nigerian economy in the next two years.
The professionals under the aegis of Nigerian American Business Forum (NABF), made this pledge at its 2020 Investment Conference with the theme: ‘Improving Nigeria’s Economy: opportunities and challenges,, at Tampa, Florida, US. The group said despite the obvious investment challenges, they were determined to use their wealth of experience and connections to attract development to their fatherland.
The President of the forum, Kenneth Shobola, said the forum aimed to impact the wealth of experience of accomplished Nigerian Diasporas for the rapid development of their homeland.
Shobola said: "Our goal remains the same; we are attracting a $4 billion investment over a two-year period. We have already identified some areas where there are deficiencies such as healthcare, agriculture, and education…
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