Kwara, Lagos to partner foreign investors to foster development

Kwara State government will partner with local and foreign investors to create more employment for people in the state.

The Kwara state First Lady, Mrs. Olufolake Abdulrazaq said this at a meeting of the Kwara and Lagos State governments following the Nigeria-France Business and Investment Forum held in Abuja recently.

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The meeting, which was with the Lagos state governor and his deputy, together with Nigeria’s Ambassador to France, Ambassador Modupe Erele, was a follow up to decipher various sectors that the two states could showcase for partnership in order to bring needed advancement in various fields and sectors for job creation.

Coupled with showcasing Kwara and Lagos investment and export potentials in France, the meeting was held to also foster good relationship to ensure needed advancement in infrastructure, tourism, agriculture, solid minerals, education, guttering and explore other sectors of importance like finished products such as textiles, artefacts (pottery) and several others in the two states.

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