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The Indian and Nigerian militaries have maintained excellent, cordial and professional defence relations over the years through various military-to-military engagements, which include training, exchange programmes, high-level visits amongst others. At present, the defence relationship between both countries was concretised with the institution of the India-Nigera Joint Defence Cooperation (JDC) agreement in 2007, which provides a platform upon which the various thematic defence engagement issues are introduced, deliberated upon the implemented for the mutual benefit of both countries. The JDC committee meets annual and the last conference hosted by Nigeria was held from November 20-21, 2017 during which far reaching deliberations were made which would further deepen and project the India-Nigeria defence relations to greater heights.
-Maj. Gen. (Red.) Chris Sunday Eze, High Commissioner of Nigeria to India
Nigeria is open for business and investment from Foreign Investors. This has become more imperative with the reduced revenues from crude oil. Nigeria, therefore, is driving diversification of the economy and inviting foreign participation in various viable sectors including the Agriculture and the Agro Allied, Mining, Automobile, Transportation, Power, Tele- Communication, Medical, Hospitality and Tourism. Returns on investments are high compared with what obtains in Europe and Asia. Nigeria remains the most lucrative business destination in Africa for the following reasons: Abundant Resources; Large Market, as it offers the market of sub-Saharan Africa; Political Stability; Free Market Economy; Robust Private Sector; Skilled and Low Cost Labour. Investment incentives abound such as Companies Income Tax, Pioneer Status Incentives, and investment in infrastructure.
-H.E. (Mrs) Queen Imaria Worlu, Acting High Commissioner of Nigeria to India