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Diaspora Nigerians, world investors to meet in London to tap into Nigeria’s potential

Taofeek Alli-Balogun-the Nigeria’s firelighter in diaspora

The Nigerian Diaspora Direct Investment Summit (NDDIS) in London has announced its next ‘face to face’ investment summit with the theme: ‘Invest Nigeria, Invest Africa: Business to business match making and networking summit.’

According to the organisers, the summit taking place in the 4th week of May, 2024 is in partnership with the African Diaspora Direct Investment Summit and supported by the Nigerian High Commission, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), among others.

Speaking on the event, the founder of the organisation, Bimbo Roberts Folayan said: “This is our 11th year mobilising investments into Nigeria, and the main aim of our summit for this year is to mobilise significant businesses to Nigeria on one hand and into Africa on the other, to help with economic recovery and poverty eradication across the continent.

“We also aim to create partnerships between Nigerian, African, Commonwealth and UK business leaders.

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“We expect to host about 400 delegates. Delegates include Nigerian and African diaspora business leaders from the UK and across the world, companies, funders and investors from the UK, Europe, and the international community.’’