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Wike Showcases Agric Opportunities To Poland Investors

todayMarch 12, 2024 124

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Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Minister Mr Nyesom Wike has showcased the agricultural opportunities in Abuja to investors from Poland to consider investment in the sector.

The Minister made this known when he received the Poland Ambassador to Nigeria, Her Excellency, Joanna Tarnawska who paid him a visit in Abuja.

Mr Wike while wooing the Poland investors to invest in the agricultural sector, said he was inviting them based on findings that Poland has a comparative advantage in agriculture.

The Minister noted that the good bilateral relations between the two countries would further be strengthened when they consider investing in FCT.

He noted that the FCT was doing everything possible to create a safe space that will give investors the confidence to invest in Abuja.

According to Wike, security in the city had significantly improved and safe for everybody, including foreigners, to carry out their businesses.

The Minister emphasized that President Tinubu is interested in creating job opportunities that will create employment for the teeming youths in the country.

“We will like to collaborate with Poland particularly in agriculture, we will be happy to see investors who will come here and set up large farms that can employ our youths”.

“Here in Abuja we are making sure that foreigners are free to carry on their businesses. You can see how safe Abuja is, it is a city where everyone will like to visit. Nigeria has had a good relationship with Poland and we have also had a lot of bilateral relationship.”

Earlier in her remarks, Tarnawska who corroborated the assertion that her country has mutual relationship with Nigeria, described it as an interesting place to live in.

She added that her visit was to assure the FCT Minister of the continued bilateral relations between Poland and Nigeria over the years .

By Remi Johnson, Edited By Grace Namiji

Written by: Safiya Wada

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