The Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (OSGF) has given the green light to a public-private partnership for the Made in Nigeria Project, an initiative spearheaded by Nwabueze Buchi George, Executive Director and National Coordinator. The project aims to boost Nigeria’s national product brands through international economic cooperation and exhibitions.

In an official communication dated March 1, 2024, the OSGF approved the project following a proposal submitted on December 19, 2023. The approval highlights the potential of the initiative to attract Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and enhance Nigeria’s trade relationships globally.

Expressing his gratitude, Nwabueze Buchi George said, “We are truly honored by this endorsement from the OSGF. This approval affirms our dedication to showcasing Nigerian-made products on a global stage. We are committed to adhering to all diplomatic conventions and protocols as we represent our country.”


The Made in Nigeria Project aims to promote Nigerian products and services, fostering economic growth and establishing Nigeria as a key player in the global market. With the OSGF’s support, the project is set to make a significant impact through its forums and exhibitions.

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The OSGF’s letter emphasized the expectation that these events would significantly increase FDIs in Nigeria and strengthen trade ties with other countries. The success of the Economic Forum and Exhibition is seen as vital for the development of national product brands.

The OSGF has extended its best wishes for the successful execution of the upcoming events and has requested a detailed report on their outcomes, highlighting the importance of these initiatives for Nigeria’s economic strategy.

With this approval, the Made in Nigeria Project is set to launch a series of global events designed to enhance the visibility and competitiveness of Nigerian products. The leadership of Nwabueze Buchi George and the backing of the OSGF mark a promising step forward for Nigeria’s economic future.