Rwanda and Nigeria can share a lot

Editor, I would like to commend on the visit of Nigerian President Jonathan Goodluck to Rwanda. We are indeed honoured to host the leader of one of the leading African economies with his delegation which includes businessmen who are interested in the investment opportunities available in Rwanda. Rwanda and Nigeria have a lot they can share in terms of bilateral cooperation because as Africa’s most populous nation, Nigeria provides a big market for Rwandan exports if the two countries can pen some lucrative trade agreements.
The  Nigerian President Jonathan Ebele Goodluck visiting Kigali Memorial Centre. The New Times / T. Kisambira.
The Nigerian President Jonathan Ebele Goodluck visiting Kigali Memorial Centre. The New Times / T. Kisambira.

Editor,

I would like to commend on the visit of Nigerian President Jonathan Goodluck to Rwanda.

We are indeed honoured to host the leader of one of the leading African economies with his delegation which includes businessmen who are interested in the investment opportunities available in Rwanda.

Rwanda and Nigeria have a lot they can share in terms of bilateral cooperation because as Africa’s most populous nation, Nigeria provides a big market for Rwandan exports if the two countries can pen some lucrative trade agreements.

Nigeria is home to some of the leading companies in Africa which can take advantage of Rwanda’s conducive investment atmosphere to invest in the country, hence creating job opportunities for Rwandans.

We hope to see a lot more coming out from the deliberations of the two Heads of State.

Bravo Rwanda and Nigeria.

Jean Luc Rulinga

Gasabo

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