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In anticipation of the forthcoming Nigerian Indonesian Investment and Trade Forum slated for June 3, 2024, at Transcorp Abuja, significant strides have been made to foster stronger bilateral ties between Nigeria and Indonesia. Recently, the board of the Nigerian Indonesian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (NICCI) embarked on a pivotal mission, paying a courtesy visit to His Excellency, The Honorable Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Uba Maigari Ahmadu.

During the visit, discussions centred on amplifying the already positive bilateral relations between Nigeria and Indonesia. Both parties delved into the myriad of possibilities and opportunities that lie within the domain of the Ministry of Mines and Steel Development, highlighting sectors ripe for investment and collaboration.

The NICCI delegation expressed profound gratitude for the warm reception extended to them by H.E, Uba Maigari Ahmadu, noting with admiration the humility demonstrated by the esteemed Minister—an attribute not commonly associated with leaders. Such a display of humility was deemed remarkable and resonated deeply with the delegation, signifying a refreshing approach to governance and diplomatic relations.

The pivotal role played by Abubakar Yerima, the Chief of Staff to Uba Maigari Ahmadu, in facilitating the meeting was also acknowledged with sincere appreciation. His efforts contributed significantly to the smooth and productive discourse that transpired during the engagement.

The visit not only served as a precursor to the upcoming Investment and Trade Forum but also underscored the commitment of both nations to deepen economic cooperation and explore avenues for mutual benefit. It is anticipated that such engagements will pave the way for increased investment, trade, and partnership between Nigeria and Indonesia, ultimately fostering socio-economic development and prosperity for both nations.

As the countdown to the Nigerian Indonesian Investment and Trade Forum continues, stakeholders remain optimistic about the prospects of forging enduring partnerships and harnessing the untapped potential that exists between these two dynamic economies.

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