Kaduna State Governor, others to storm NDDIS’ 2024 “Business to Business Matchmaking and Networking Summit”

NDDIS Summit

The 2024 Nigerian Diaspora Direct Investment Summit (NDDIS) will hold on the 24th of May, 2024 in Highbrow Kensington High Street, London, and dignitaries like the Kaduna state governor, Uba Sanni, Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment, Mrs. Doris Nkiruka Uzoka-Anite, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission Chairman, Mrs. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, and the President’s Senior Special Adviser on job creation and MSMEs, Temitola Emitola Adekunle Johnson will grace the event.

The Acting High Commissioner, Ambassador Cyprian Heen, will officially inaugurate the event, which will attract hundreds of international investors and funders as well as business executives from the African, British, Commonwealth, and Diaspora communities.

In a statement, Prince Bimbo Roberts Folayan, the NDDIS founder, reported a breakthrough in their negotiations with charitable funders who will contribute 100% of the funds in the form of a forgivable loan or grant.

He said; “I’ am particularly excited about this year’s summit because for the first time, we will be directly involved in screening home bound projects and will also help push projects that meet SDG goals to get grants.”

“we have been given this opportunity since we started attracting projects to Nigeria and Africa,” adding that the government is looking at various innovative ways of tackling the current unemployment situation in the country and that a high-powered panel will be set up at this year’s summit to address how the Diaspora can invest and create jobs in Nigeria and how the country can tackle unemployment and encourage entrepreneurship and MSMEs in the country.”

Abike Dabiri and Uba Sanni NDDIS


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