President Bola Tinubu Has Arrived Berlin in German Ahead of Tomorrow’s Opening Session of The G20 Compact with Africa Conference Hosted by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.
President Tinubu Will Join Other Heads of State and Government of Cwa Member Countries, To Outline Concrete Measures to Boost Investments in Critical Areas Such as Energy, Trade, Infrastructure, And New Technologies, Among Others.
In His Discussions with Chancellor Scholz in October, President Tinubu Highlighted the Need for More German Companies to Invest in The Nigerian Market Across Multiple Sectors of The Nigerian Economy, Such as Transportation, Mining, And Energy, While Noting That Nigeria Remains Germany’s Second Largest Trading Partner in Africa.
Nigeria And Germany, Being the Largest Economies in Africa and Europe, Recorded an Increase in Bilateral Trade Volume from Two to Three Billion Euros Between 2021 And 2022.
President Tinubu Spent Much of The Past Week Attending a Related Summit in Saudi Arabia Before a Detour to Guinea Bissau and Now Germany.