ANGOLA, NIGERIA LEADERS MEET AS ENVOY PLANS ABUJA BUSINESS CONFAB

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President Ahmed Tinubu engaged in a fruitful discussion with Angolan President Joao Manuel during the UN General Assembly in New York on September 19th. This meeting sought to strengthen the relationship between the two nations, and explore mutual opportunities.

To bolster this diplomatic effort, the newly-appointed Angolan Ambassador to Nigeria, Dr. Jose Bamoquina Zau, is orchestrating an interactive diplomatic dinner. This event, scheduled for October 19th at the Transcorp Hilton, Abuja, aims to unite business leaders from both nations.

The gathering is particularly significant as Angola and Nigeria, both rich in natural resources, share common economic narratives. Industry leaders will exchange insights and foster potential business ventures under the theme “Introducing a New Era of Sustainable Business Partnership.”

Anticipated attendees from Angola include high-ranking figures from the Public Sector, National Bank, Private Banks, State and Private Companies, as well as representatives from the Angolan Nigeria Chamber of Commerce and Industry. From Nigeria, guests will comprise of governors, bankers, Oil and Gas executives, and players in the extractive industry.

Furthermore, this occasion provides an auspicious platform for Ambassador Zau’s introduction to the Nigerian business community. It signifies a fresh chapter in the business relationships between both nations.

 

 

 

 

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