Post Image
lagos-city-Nigeria-e1400590517318 An Abuja-based non-governmental organisation, Freedom Organisation of Nigeria, FON, yesterday, Monday, May 19, 2014, revealed that the just concluded World Economic Forum for Africa, WEFA, had attracted over $68 billion investments in Nigeria. Frank Ohwofa, the Chairman of the non-governmental organisation, made this revelation in Abuja that the investment drive would cover all sectors of the economy. Mr. Ohwofa also said that the global return on investment in Nigeria was the highest in the world today. According to him, it is worthy of note that this administration has recorded a milestone by making Nigeria the largest economy in Africa and the most preferred investment destination in the continent. “The state of the economy of our country is on a good footing internally, externally and globally. The World Economic Forum for Africa has just been successfully concluded in Abuja with over 68-billion-dollar investments already coming into various critical sectors of the economy.’’ “All eyes of global investors are on Nigeria and all that Nigeria can offer, and the return on investment in Nigeria is the highest in the world today”, he said in a press statement. The organisation is seeking to create awareness on good governance and promote democratic culture in the country.

You might also like:
This article was first published on 20th May 2014

Comments (184)

184 thoughts on “NGO Claims World Economic Forum for Africa, WEFA, Attract $68 Billion Investments in Nigeria”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *