UK’s Increased Collaboration With Nigerian Businesses

Mr Paul Arkwright, the UK High Commissioner to Nigeria has written an encouraging article in Nigeria’s national media, about a substantial increase in partnerships between the two nations recently – further enhancing our long-standing business and familial ties. More than 500 UK companies are already doing business in Nigeria.

Mr Arkwright is also scheduled to welcome Heads and senior leaders taking part in The UK Boarding Schools exhibition, organised by Mark Brooks Education and Anderson Education, at a VIP Reception at his residence in mid-March.

Mr Arkwright concludes:

Exciting days lie ahead for both our nations with the UK moving to a post-Brexit world and Nigeria heading towards the next round of elections with a cautiously optimistic economic backdrop. We’re proud to say that we’re a long-standing friend… doing what friends do best: encouraging, supporting and benefiting from our shared prosperity.

 

This is my precis of this encouraging article, the original was published in Nigeria’s The Guardian newspaper.


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