NIPC Inaugurates Committee To Boost Investment

The Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission on Tuesday inaugurated a committee for the monitoring of targeted investments from all regions of the world.
The move is part of measures aimed at ensuring that prospective investors are given the requisite information and support to invest in the country.
The committee, which is chaired by the Legal Adviser of the Commission, Mrs. Patience Okala, was constituted by the Executive Secretary, Mrs. Uju Baba, in Abuja.
Baba said the move was part of the mechanism for processing the needs of investors at the pre-investment stage.
A statement from the commission said this was in furtherance of the commission’s targeted marketing strategy adopted to attract beneficial investments to the economy.
It read in part, “The objective is to ensure that investors who have shown interest in Nigeria are provided with adequate information and given hand-holding support to actualise their investment in the country.
“The committee is expected to follow up on leads and interactions with investors during forums for possible actualisation of their indication of interest to invest in the Nigerian economy.
“There is the need to provide constant communication and quality information to enable prospective investors to make informed decisions”.
The NIPC boss in the statement stated that the work of the committee was critical to the overall activities and mandate of the commission as their functions would impact positively on the investment drive of the organisation.
The executive secretary disclosed that members of the committee were deliberately selected from all the operational departments of the commission in order to ensure holistic provision of post-promotion support to investors.

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