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The Major Investment Deals President Tinubu Attract To Nigeria At The G20 Summit.

-Indorama Pledged $8BN worth of investments to expand their petrochemical facilities in Rivers State creating more jobs for Nigerias.

– Jindal Steel pledged an investment of $3BN in iron are processing to aid Nigeria’s drive for industrialization.

– The Defence Industry Corporation of Nigeria (DICON) got a $1BN investment pledge that take its self sufficiency to $40BN by 2027.

– Skippersells on plans to invest $1.6BB in power sector by building 2000MW power plants across the country in 4 years.

– Bhakti Enterprise pledged a $700M worth of investment to create jobs to telecom, space communications, real estate, insurance and hospitality.
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