PHOTOS: NIGERIAN DIASPORA DIRECT INVESTMENT SUMMIT 2017: REVIEW MEETING DINNER AND DANCE

This year’s NDDIS brought about , hundreds of Nigerians in the UK  and Nigeria who gathered in a Business-to-Business Summit to interact with Nigerian Federal and State(s) Ministries and agencies, private institutions and business people to discuss business and investment opportunities in Nigeria and how they can all partner with others to invest in Nigeria.

This high profile event was held on 13th -15th of July 2017 at Brunei Gallery, SOAS, University of London,Thornhaugh Street Russell Square London WC1H 0XG

The NDDIS review  meeting and dinner/party was held on Thursday 14th September 2017, time 6PM at the prestigious 805 Restaurant, 805, Old Kent Road, London SE15 1NX.

According to  the CEO of the Nigerian Diaspora Direct Investment Summit, Chief Bimbo Roberts Folayan, the 4th Nigerian Diaspora Direct Summit is dedicated to mobilising the Diaspora to set up small and medium scale industries in Nigeria to create employment for young Nigerians to address the issues, to stimulate solutions, to create deals and to move beyond the usual ‘talkshop’. Nigeria’s huge Diaspora population can be a portent force for national transformation

J WILLIAMZ LTD Organiser of 4TH NIGERIAN DIASPORA DIRECT INVESTMENT SUMMIT, LONDON in an exclusive interview said “The real focus and aim of NDDIS is in providing a platform for hundreds of Nigerians in the UK (and other British friends) who want to invest in Nigeria to engage with other government authorities who can provide them with the relevant information, incentives, guarantees and official assurances for a controlled business life in Nigeria.” 

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