The investment spotlight on Nigeria’s mining sector is really heating up as the UK’s Department for International Trade is launching a pre-event digital day on 15 October as an exciting warm-up to the Nigeria Mining Week Online event to reflect on Nigeria’s investment landscape.
With confirmation from Nigeria’s mining, power AND transport ministers – there is no better place to gain access to open, honest dialogue between Nigeria government and the UK investment market.
Do you want to be a part of the dialogue that will stimulate the sector’s growth?
Join the Department for International Trade and Nigeria Mining Week Online on 15 November starting at 12h00 WAT for stimulating discussions on driving Nigeria’s investment future.
The opening session kicks off with messages of introduction from two of the Department for International Trade’s key strategic principals who will share their insights on the theme of investment in Nigeria’s mining sector.
Session1: Nigeria’s mining investment landscape
In this, the second of four sessions, Arc. Olamilekan Adegbite, the Minister of Mines and Steel Development for Nigeria will together with strategic investment stakeholders discuss the most significant barriers to investment and what government is doing to address them.
Session 2: Nigeria’s infrastructure landscape
In this, the third of four sessions, Nigeria’s Hon. Goddy Jedy Agba, Minister of Power and Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, Minister of Transport provide the market with updates regarding the country’s current and further infrastructure plans designed to better accommodate the needs of a growing mining sector.
Session 3: Nigeria miners’ project outlines
In this, the last of four sessions, listen as four major Nigerian mining players present their projects to market with updates on the latest developments and their current and future funding objectives.