President Bola Tinubu closed the trading session at the Nasdaq Stock Market in New York on Wednesday while urging the United States business community to consider investing in Nigeria’s flourishing market.
Accompanied by the President of the U.S.-Africa Business Center (USAfBC) at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Scott Eisner, President Tinubu participated in the closing bell ceremony at the Nasdaq headquarters in New York, marking the end of a trading session.
“I am delighted to introduce Nigeria to your doorstep and honored to be here today with a thriving market that will transform the West African sub-region,” stated Tinubu.
“The Nigerian economy is the largest in Africa, offering abundant investment opportunities without hesitation.”
President Tinubu highlighted the removal of various obstacles, including the fuel subsidy, which he characterized as corrupt. He also emphasized his administration’s efforts to establish a “reliable and dependable single-figure floating exchange rate for the naira.”
“You have the freedom to invest and repatriate your funds,” he further stated. “I invite you to consider investing in Nigeria.”
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