The Nigerian Diaspora Direct Investment Summit (NDDIS) in London has announced its next‘ face to face’ summit with the theme:“Computer Village” & Information Communication Technology (ICT) Summit.
At an online Press conference ably represented by Thecitypulsenews, the founder of NDDIS, Otunba Bimbo Roberts Folayan announced that NDDIS had entered into collaboration with the ‘Computer Village-Market Management Board’.
Together, we are in talks with:
1.The Nigerian High Commission
2.The Office of the UK Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Nigeria.
3.The Department of International Trade in UK and Lagos.
4.NIDCOM-Nigerians in Diaspora Commission in Abuja.
5.The Ministry of Communications in Abuja
6.The Governments of Lagos, Kano, FCT, Nasarawa and Ogun States.
7.The National Assembly committees on ICT and Telecommunications, Diaspora.
8.International Investors and Bankers.
9.UK based ICT Companies, TELCOS, IT Professionals and Exporters are being
invited to this year’s Summitin London.
Nigeria’s Strength inLondon.
NDDIS are organising a world class investment summitin London that will attract investment, business partnership and collaboration between experts in the UK and in the largest ICT market in Africa-The Computer Village in Lagos, Nigeria and the larger Nigerian ICT sector.
Also speaking at the event, the Chair of the NDDIS Steering Committee, David Smith, also Chairman of British African Business Alliance Ltd stated that attracting investment into the ICT sector in Nigeria and especially into The Computer Village is expanding Africa’s Largest ICT Hub and helping to build capacity in the dynamic ICT industry in Nigeria.
David Smith explained that the initiative started during the time of Dr Tafida as High
Commissioner and is an opportunity to attract the Diaspora to invest in their country.