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President Muhammadu Buhari will depart Abuja Monday for Riyadh, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, to attend the third edition of the Future Investment Initiative organised by Saudi’s Public Investment Fund.

According to a release posted on the Instagram handle of a presidential aide, Buhari Sallau, the theme of the programme is, ”What’s Next for Global Business?”

The statement revealed that the event, which holds from Tuesday, October 29 to Thursday, October 31, will focus on three key pillars: Sustainable Future, Technology for Good and Advanced Society.

“The three-day event will be held under the patronage of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia and chaired by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, deputy premier, chairman of the Council of Economic and Development Affairs and PIF.

“Given the increased investor confidence in Nigeria’s economy, President Buhari will use the occasion to speak about the economic opportunities that abound in Nigeria, the effectiveness of his administration’s policies to improve the business environment, and invite investors to the country,” the release noted.

Continuing, it said, “It is noteworthy that the total value of capital inflow into Nigeria increased from $12bn in the first half-year of 2018 to US$14 billion for the same period in 2019.

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  1. Buhari should use the occasion to speak about the economic opportunities that abound in Nigeria, the effectiveness of his administration’s policies to improve the business environment, and invite investors to the country.

  2. The statement revealed that the event, which holds from Tuesday, October 29 to Thursday, October 31, will focus on three key pillars: Sustainable Future, Technology for Good and Advanced Society.

  3. According to a release posted on the Instagram handle of a presidential aide, Buhari Sallau, the theme of the programme is, ”What’s Next for Global Business?”

  4. Buhari just loves to travel and i don’t know why he won’t do better by his citizens

  5. Continuing, it said, “It is noteworthy that the total value of capital inflow into Nigeria increased from $12bn in the first half-year of 2018 to US$14 billion for the same period in 2019.

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