Theresa May trade delegation to Nigeria

Delighted that Theresa May will lead a trade delegation to Nigeria this week, describing it as a “unique opportunity at a unique time for the UK.” She said: “Now is the time for the UK to deepen and strengthen its global partnerships.” Adding that ”Africa stands right on the cusp of playing a transformative role in the global economy.”

The prime minister and her delegation meet the Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja before heading to Lagos. The other two Commonwealth countries that she will visit are South Africa and Kenya.

Theresa May concluded a “prosperous, growing and trading Africa” was “in all of our interests”, adding the continent’s “incredible potential will only be realised through a concerted partnership between governments, global institutions and business.” On 5–9 October, another British delegation will be visiting Nigeria.

Heads and senior leaders from 20 boarding schools will develop partnerships and meet families at events in Lagos and Abuja organised by Mark Brooks Education and Anderson Education, including a reception at the British Deputy High Commissioner’s residence.

It’s exciting to see these initiatives, which will benefit a generation of young people who have remarkable energy, talent, initiative and potential.


<Back

photo-04
photo-03
JuniorKings-837
JuniorKings-977
JuniorKings-1019
St_Leonards-020-Edit
St_Leonards-062-Edit
JuniorKings-666
St_Leonards-269-Edit
St_Leonards-520-Edit
TheDowns-031_large
TheDowns-330_large
IMG_0117sq
kings-ely_sq

Mark Brooks Education

For further information email Mark Brooks, or phone
+44 (0) 7905 332614

JuniorKings-682
JuniorKings-907
JuniorKings-1001
St_Leonards-045-Edit
St_Leonards-170-Edit
St_Leonards-179
St_Leonards-451-Edit-2-Edit
TheDowns-198_large
TheDowns-350_large
henrietta_sq