AICL explores ties with diplomatic community on Abuja development

Group Managing Director/chief executive officer of Abuja Investments Company Limited (AICL), Maureen Tamuno, has harped on the need to foster diplomatic ties with heads of mission in Nigeria.

At the pre-cocktail briefing of Abuja Business and Investment Summit recently at Dunes Centre in the city, Tamuno emphasised the pivotal role of diplomatic missions in promoting AICL’s initiatives and investment opportunities in alignment with President Bola Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda.

“Abuja is a place to invest. We are ready to collaborate with missions and partner organisations; our environment is conducive and favourable enough for business opportunities,” she said.

The reception, which served as a prelude to the Abuja Business and Investment Summit scheduled for October 16 to 18, 2024 with the theme: ‘Optimising Investment Through Partnership’, was attended by 40 ambassadors, high commissioners and top government officials.

High Commissioner of Cameroon to Nigeria and Dean of the Diplomatic Corp, Salaheddine Abbas, expressed optimism about investments in Abuja and pledged collaboration with AICL.

He also promised full support of the diplomatic community to the forthcoming summit.

Head of Civil Service FCTA, Samuel Atang, who represented the Minister of Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike, at the event, noted the importance of the diplomatic community in promoting economic prosperity and assured of the administration’s commitment to fostering a conducive environment for business growth.

Chairman of Nigerian Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, commended Tamuno on the initiative, pledging her support towards the success of the October event.

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