Wike assures foreigners that FCT is safe and accessible

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Foreigners can do business in Abuja without fear, according to Mr. Nyesom Wike, minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

This was said by Wike during Tuesday’s visit to Abuja by Mrs. Joanna Tarnawska, the Polish ambassador to Nigeria.

He assured them that the city’s security had much improved, making it safe for everyone to go about their business as usual, even those from other countries.

Assuring the freedom of all foreigners to operate their businesses is something we are pleased to do.

You can see how safe Abuja is as a capital. According to him, it is one of those beautiful cities that everyone should see.

The minister praised the friendly connection between Nigeria and Poland and said that the FCT Administration would be happy to work with Poland to help improve the country’s agricultural industry.

He elaborated on how the collaboration will pave the way for the administration to provide job possibilities in agriculture to the many young people who are seeking work.

Furthermore, he emphasized that the administration of President Bola Tinubu placed a premium on securing the country and creating jobs.

According to Wike, Poland might facilitate the establishment of huge farms in Abuja by its investors, which would provide employment opportunities for the youths and lead to their ultimate ownership of the farms.

In her previous remarks, Tarnawska praised Nigeria as an interesting location to live, noting that she had served as Poland’s ambassador to the nation for more than five years.

Her purpose in visiting the minister was to reaffirm the long-standing bilateral friendship, she said.

According to her, the conversation with Wike will keep exploring potential new areas of collaboration for their respective advantages.

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