Cometonigeria Staff, Author at Guide to Nigeria tourism, local culture & investments

Cometonigeria Staff

  • Nigeria and Norway to strengthen ties

    Nigeria and Norway have finalised plans to boost their existing bilateral relations as they look to work together to improve…

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  • Sterling Bank Partners Opportunity Network On Trade

    Sterling Bank Plc and Opportunity Network, a digital deal match-making platform for vetted businesses and investors, has entered into a…

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  • Nigeria perceives $4.5b FDI growth from the UK

    The Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from the United Kingdom (UK) to Nigeria could rise from $1billion to $4.5billion by 2030.…

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  • Nigeria Now on Growth Trajectory

    Mr. Jim Ovia (CON), the Chairman of Zenith Bank Plc praise the federal government of Nigeria’s economic team for their…

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  • Opinion

    Badagry goes agog as Oyotunji sign Cultural Bond

    Badagry goes agog as Oyotunji sign Cultural Bond. A world known historical place and tourist destination, it has been in existence since the 15th century during the Trans Atlantic slave trade, situated in the city of Lagos and border with Republic of Benin (Seme).   Today, Badagry stands as a very enchanting, peaceful, and fruitful kingdom. The inhabitants are many and can be seen going about their lives either farming, grazing and fishing. The historical background of Badagry facilitated the unveiling of the ATLANTIC BOND INITIATIVE – ATBONDI led by Barrister Rotimi Vaughn. While delivering his speech, Barrister Rotimi Vaugh said the Initiative organised the historic-cultural event for the development of…

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