- Badenoch’s involvement in government and subsequent appointment as Secretary of State for International Trade highlight her ongoing role in shaping diplomatic and economic ties
UK Minister for Business and Trade, Kemi Badenoch, is currently in Nigeria for a three-day visit aimed at strengthening the UK-Nigeria partnership.
The visit focuses on enhancing trade relations and identifying new investment opportunities between the two countries. Badenoch’s involvement in government and subsequent appointment as Secretary of State for International Trade highlight her ongoing role in shaping diplomatic and economic ties.
Speaking on her visit to Nigeria, British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Richard Montgomery said: “Nigeria is one of the UK’s most important partners in Africa. We are committed to helping Nigeria unlock new investments opportunities, supporting more UK and international investment through the City of London, and thereby creating jobs in both our countries.
“Recent big and bold reforms by the Federal Government of Nigeria and the Central Bank are boosting optimism amongst international investors that the country is on the right path and are creating the conditions for growth.”