The High Commissioner gave this advice when he led a cross-section of top executives of Indian companies operating in Nigeria on a visit to the Lagos Free Zone, a world-class industrial zone developed by Tolaram Group.
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Thakur, who made this known on Saturday, in Abuja at the commemoration of the 16 Pravasi Bhartiya Divas (PDB) convention, also known as the Indian Diaspora Day, said the vaccines would be made available on concessional terms after completing all the necessary registration requirements with the Nigerian regulatory authorities
Thakur, who spoke at an official reception to mark the 60th anniversary of formal diplomatic relations between the two countries, said that India and Nigeria have a “unique age-old, long standing relation based on mutual respect and goodwill’’.
Thakur made this known on Saturday in Abuja in an event to commemorate the National Unity Day of India and the 145th birth anniversary of Sardar Patel, who was instrumental to India’s independence.
Abhay Thakur, Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, made the pledge on Wednesday in Abuja when he received a team from NAN led by the Managing Director, Buki Ponle.
Abhay Thakur, the High Commissioner of India to Nigeria, said the trade volume between India and Nigeria increased to $13.9 billion between 2018 and 2019.
The NIDCOM Chairman stated this at the Indian Diaspora Day and World Hindu Day in Abuja.
The Managing Director of the company, Aminu Ahmed, disclosed this when he led the management of the company to pay a courtesy call on the Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Abhay Thakur, in his office in Abuja.
The Minister made the call in Abuja on Friday when he received the Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Abhay Thakur, on a courtesy visit to his office.
He made this known on Thursday at the Flag Hoisting Ceremony on the auspicious occasion of the 72ndAnniversary of India’s Independence at the High Commission in Abuja.
The Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Abhay Thakur, says that Air Peace has been approved by the Nigerian Government for direct flights to India under the Bilateral Air Service Agreement signed in January.
The Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Abhay Thakur, says 50,000 Indians, comprising professionals, investors, technically skilled, medical doctors and educationists are plying various trades in Nigeria.
India is set to cooperate with Nigeria in the fight against terrorism, says Abhay Thakur, India’s High Commissioner to Nigeria.