Minister of Inside, Rauf Aregbesola has expressed that regardless of the challenges Nigeria is going through, the nation stays a alternative location for buyers.
Aregbesola acknowledged this on Friday, whereas delivering an tackle on the sixth version of the Kaduna financial and funding summit, tagged ‘KADINVEST 6.0’.
The minister revealed that the federal authorities has, from August 2019 until date, granted work permits to over 12,000 expatriates.
He additionally added that the alternatives out there to buyers in Nigeria are fairly worthwhile.
“The ministry, from inception until date, has dealt with 14,690 firms and granted 126,893 quota licences to expatriates. Nevertheless, from August 2019 until date, now we have registered greater than 2,000 firms whereas over 12,000 expatriates have been given permits to work in Nigeria,” an announcement by Sola Fasure, spokesman of the ministry, quoted Aregbesola as saying.
“We now deal with purposes with dispatch and can encourage any agency or organisation with real want for expatriates to convey their purposes. We will accord it with the required courtesy.
“Despite the challenges now we have confronted, it’d curiosity us to know that Nigeria continues to be an investor’s dream the place there’s considerable uncooked supplies, extremely expert and reasonably priced workforce and the most important marketplace for items and companies in Africa. The return on funding has at all times been mouth-watering.”