Home News Gov. Alex Otti Welcome Indonesian Ambassador to Abia State
News

Gov. Alex Otti Welcome Indonesian Ambassador to Abia State

220

Indonesian Ambassador to Nigeria, His Excellency Usra Hendra Harahap, expressed a strong desire for substantial investments in Abia State during his visit to Governor Alex Otti. The visit, which took place yesterday, marks another milestone for Governor Otti.

Governor Alex Otti had highlighted the importance of preparedness for attracting investors during the 2023 gubernatorial campaigns.

His emphasis on creating a conducive environment for investments echoed his understanding of Abia’s economic challenges.

Swiftly translating his campaign rhetoric into action, Governor Otti initiated policies and programs focused on establishing the necessary groundwork for potential investors.

The result has been a surge of interest from individuals, companies, and diplomatic missions, with representatives from various foreign countries converging on Abia to explore emerging investment opportunities.

Ambassador Harahap and his delegation engaged in discussions with Governor Otti, exploring avenues for collaboration and investment in key sectors of the state’s economy.

Governor Alex Otti’s proactive approach has not only attracted foreign interest but has also positioned Abia as a state committed to fostering economic growth through strategic partnerships.

 

About The Author

Related Articles

FinanceNews

Binance Executive Gambaryan Appears In Court In Wheelchair

Binance Holdings Limited executive Tigran Gambaryan was brought to the Federal High...

News

EXCLUSIVE: Dubious Website Positioned To Scam Nigerians Through UAE Visa Application

On Monday, the Ministry of Information, and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris announced...

News

Hundreds More Kenyan Police Deployed To Haiti Amidst Protests At Home

Another 200 Kenyan police officers have been deployed to the violence-ravaged Haiti...

Nigeria's Federal Govt To Receive Airbus A330 Presidential Jet Due For Delivery
NewsPolitics

Nigeria’s Federal Govt To Receive Airbus A330 Presidential Jet, Report Shows

The Nigerian government is set to receive a reconfigured VP-CAC Midroc Aviation...