It has been said by many world leaders that Nigeria is indeed the giant of Africa. Aside the numeral resources and other fertile land, Nigeria is also blessed with a great weather that has made it possible for foreign company to start their own company in Nigeria.
Few weeks ago, the minister for Information and Culture is in Nigeria, Lai Mohammed made it clear that the suspension of twitter will be lifted soon and Nigerians will be able to access the social platform again.
Few minutes ago, the Chairman of Lagos State Wharf Landing Fee Collective Agency, a renowned APC member and also the special adviser to Lagos State governor on Drainage and water resources, Joe Igbokwe, has taken to his official Facebook page to jubilate over a news update.
While reacting to the news, Joe Igbokwe said "I hear that Chinese banks are coming to commence operations in Nigeria."
President Muhammadu Buhari and Cui Jianchin ||Google
Indeed, this is a true statement. About two days ago, The Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, Cui Jianchin said in a meeting that the Chinese government is planning of establishing some financial institutions here in Nigeria. This will not only improve the economic conditions of the country, it will also enhance a more cordial relationship between the Nigeriam government and the Chinese government.
Remember, the banks in China are among the biggest banks in the world, it will be a great honour to have such banks here in Nigeria.
What do you think about China's intention to establish a bank in Nigeria?
Source: Joe Igbokwe's Facebook page.
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