UK Invests $2.6 million in Nigeria Fintech – Theresa May Visits Nigeria - Techcrest

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Amid her three-day diplomatic  visit, British Prime Minister, Theresa May declared a $2.6 million UK-Nigeria fintech partnership. The Fintech partnership, which is esteemed at 2 million pounds($2.6 dollars) is to help Nigerian pioneers.


Theresa May who arrived at the FMDQ Security Exchange building  in company of her trade delegation, Victoria Island, Lagos, came for a meeting with the Nigerian business community.

In her comments amid the declaration, May stated, “Already, the finance and business links between Lagos and London are bringing enormous benefits to businesses and people in the U.K. and in Nigeria and today’s announcements deepen this burgeoning partnership even further.”

May likewise pushed the motivation of Britain turning into the greatest investor in Africa out of the nations in the Group of Seven countries, surpassing the United States, by utilizing the guide spending plan to help British private division organizations contribute on the landmass. Nigerian Industrialists like Aliko Dangote, Mr. Femi Otedola and Mr. Tony Elumelu, among others were available amid the declaration.

“I am unashamed about the need to ensure that our aid programme works for the UK,” She said.

She is in a company of a 30-man business delegation as part of her efforts to “deepen and strengthen” partnerships around the world as the UK prepares to leave the European Union (EU) next year.
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