The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has requested a deeper collaboration with India in the area of expertise and state-of-the-art medical equipment to revitalize its 52 clinics across the country.
The governments of India and Nigeria are set to forge closer cooperation in a determined effort to accelerate growth in Information and Communications Technology with a view to boost both countries’ economies.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday welcomed the proposed five billion dollars investment in Nigeria by visiting Indian business delegation, led by Indian Vice-President Hamid Ansari.
The Export-Import Bank of India (EXIM) has announced a US $10-billion health facility for Africa at the ongoing 51st African Development Bank (AfDB) Annual Meetings in Lusaka.
The bilateral trade between India and Africa rose from $30 billion in 2008 to $72 billion in 2015. India Minister of State for External Affairs, Gen. V K Singh (rtd), disclosed this on the first day of the 11th CII-EXIM Bank Conclave on India-Africa Project Partnership held in New Delhi, India.
During the course of February 2016, Uber had launched a brand new wallet payment system in India. A lot of people in the tech ecosystem have been pontificating on what this would mean in relation to Nigeria, seeing as Uber can be seen as arguably the largest online private transportation provider right now in Lagos.
Indications have emerged that the lifting of sanctions against Iran could take up Nigeria’s share of oil export to India. Economic sanctions on Iran were lifted on Saturday, January 16, after the UN nuclear agency certified that the country has committed stop of its nuclear programme.
Lekki Free Trade Zone (LTZ), Medical Park, Transportation, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Oil and Gas, Power, Shopping Mall, Power generation, International Airport, among others have been identified as some of the immediate key investment opportunity areas available in Lagos State for investors to tap into.