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Envoy reaffirms British investors’ interest in Nigeria

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Ray-KylesTHE Deputy British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr. Ray Kyles, has reaffirmed United Kingdom’s (UK) interest to encourage British investors to invest in Nigeria.

Speaking during the launch of One World Logistics and Freight Limited (OWL and FL) in Lagos on Thursday, he said that for a very important reason, the governor of Lagos State, Akinwumi Ambode, has decided to make London his first destination to look for foreign investments to Lagos.

Also, the West Africa Regional Director of OWL and FL, Michael Francis, said OWL and FL is a leading service provider in the movement of small packages to the Middle East and Africa region. “Our success in this geographical axis, and globally is hinged on three operational tenets, namely, our unflinching focus on customer satisfaction, our quest to deploy appropriate technology solutions and services and our passion for people.”

Kyles said that Ambode chose London as his first point of call because there are many British investors interested in what Lagos and Nigeria have to offer.

He disclosed that there are some challenges that Lagos State faces in the areas of infrastructure, energy, among others, adding that there are many business opportunities in Nigeria.

“We are ready to give support for British investors to trade and do business in Nigeria. Nigerians have the will and the wish to succeed. I think that is important,” Kyles added.

He said that President Muhammadu Buhari knows exactly what the country needs and he is determined with his cabinet to succeed.


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