The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Ambassador Zubairu Dada said that Nigeria will attract more investment from South Korea.
The Minister said this when he received in the audience the South Korean Ambassador to Nigeria, Ambassador Young Chae in his Office in Abuja.
Ambassador Dada said the relationship between the two countries has been very excellent right from inception.
He said this excellent relationship had been responsible for the expansion of investment between the nations.
While expressing Nigeria’s readiness for more Korean Investment in the country, Ambassador  Dada said efforts are being intensified to create a more conducive environment for Korean investors to invest in Nigeria.
He said the Federal Government is making a genuine effort towards addressing the challenges in the Gulf of Guinea with the aim of restoring sanity for more Investment to thrive.
Earlier, the South Korean Ambassador to Nigeria, Young Chae expressed satisfaction with the excellent relationship between Nigeria and his country.
He said the two countries would continue to work together to keep improving their bilateral relationship.
Nigeria’s Ambassador to South Korea, Ambassador Magashi was also in attendance at the meeting.
The meeting also discussed the planned visit of the South Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs to Nigeria before the end of the year.

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