Arising from the excellent presentation made by Gov Udom Emmanuel on the investment potentials in Akwa Ibom, investors based in the United Kingdom have resolved to channel their investments to the state.
The investors have identified agriculture, SMEs, gas production, waste to wealth, real estate and power generation as some of the areas of interest.
The Akwa Ibom commissioner for information and strategy, Comrade Ini Ememobong, made this known in his Facebook post on the outcome of the investment meeting by Emmanuel with investors in the United Kingdom.
According to Ememobong, the meeting which was arranged by Cater and Merger Ltd, UK and hosted by the Commonwealth Entrepreneurs Club was held at the Club’s London Office in Knightsbridge, London.
Some of the investors in attendance were: Mobin Rafio, founder and chairman, Commonwealth Entrepreneurs Club; Farakh Masood, managing director, Igneous Solutions; Anthony N. Fiddy, managing director, NAANNOVO GROUP and Andrew Moncur, Igneous Solutions, executive director of Energy Transition.
Others include: David Smith, British African Business Alliance; Mr Mike Eyre, chief executive officer, Greenheart Energy Ltd; Sheikh Momin Ahmed, managing director, Westone Capital Group; Goksu Karinca, Product Strategy Analyst Europe, Cromwell Property Group as well as Professor Chris Imafidon, education consultant, also based in the United Kingdom.
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