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50% Agriculture, 30% Technology, 20% Real Estate: What to expect from Nigeria – Qatar Economic and Investment Forum

The Nigeria – Qatar Economic and Investment Forum is expected to be a multi-sectoral business and economic promotion event, the organizers said.

In a statement from the organizers, the event will be cutting across agriculture, technology, and real estate. The event is expected to boost these sectors by creating a platform for Nigerian practitioners to network with their Qatari counterparts.

The statement has it that the event will also cover the mining sector with much emphasis on boosting investment in the listed sectors.


Nigeria – Qatar Trade Mission & Business Delegation of Industries, Agriculture, Mines Investment & Commerce to Doha, Qatar 2021 as the event has been tagged, will also showcase Nigeria’s might in the listed sectors.

“While we want to attract investments and also help our people learn the best ways they can improve our economy, we want to also show our partners that we are not empty-handed. They need to know we also have what it takes to make investments blossom”

“We are always on the side of give-and-take. That is the real idea of having a bilateral economic relationship with the government of Qatar and other nations we partner within a similar program” Hon. Nwabueze Buchi George said in a chat with OtownGist.

The event is jointly powered by Trade Nigeria and Globe Chamber of Commerce and Industry which are both headed Hon. Buchi George.


“The event will be a special one based on the arrangements we are making with all relevant agencies. We want to cover a great deal of agriculture, technology, mining, and minerals, as well as housing and real estate” he said.

The trade mission to Qatar will also be used to mark the celebration of Nigeria’s 61st Independence capped with the Naija Connect Concert where the best Nigerian artistes are billed to perform.

The event is billed for October 28 to 30, 2021 in Doha, Qatar.

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