Economic, trade, investment summit set to hold at United Nations General Assembly

Five prominent investment summit organizers are collaborating to host a groundbreaking Economic, Trade, and Investment Summit scheduled to coincide with the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, USA, in September 2023. The aim of the event is to attract global investments that support the ambitious agenda set by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s administration.

The organizing committee, co-chaired by Prof Tai Balofin and Amb. Franklin Abiola Ogunyemi, is working to create a collaborative framework for the summit. Other committee members, such as Barrister Dotun Israel, Babatunde MacAlabi, and Prof Lilian Ore-Ajayi, share a common goal of harnessing their expertise and resources to create an impactful event.

Amb. Lot Egopija, Nigerian Consul General, stressed the importance of this united effort, emphasizing the need for a singular, extraordinary event rather than separate summits for the same purpose.

The collaboration is aimed at attracting a wider range of investors, fostering economic growth, and promoting sustainable development in alignment with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s vision. By integrating the strengths of each organizer and leveraging their networks, the summit aims to showcase Nigeria’s economic potential and establish partnerships for impactful investment initiatives.

As the planning committee continues with this ambitious undertaking, the summit promises to redefine economic collaboration, empower global investors, and contribute to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s transformative goals.

Edited By Damilola Adeleke

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