The Nigeria Export-Import Bank has stated that investors in Nigeria receive a return of around 30% on their capital amid efforts to attract foreign direct investment.
This was recently revealed in Abuja as Stella Okotete, the Executive Director of Business Development at NEXIM, hosted Alfredo Miranda, the Mexican Ambassador to Nigeria.
In order to increase access for Nigerian goods to the Mexican market, she advocated for cooperation between the two countries.
The head of NEXIM claimed that working with Mexico will increase the nation’s foreign exchange profits, draw in investment possibilities, and eventually advance prosperity for both countries’ populations.
In addition to showcasing bank-financed export items made in Nigeria, Okotete also emphasized other investment options in the country, the bank said in an Abuja statement on Sunday.
She promised investors enormous profits from their investments in Nigeria, particularly in the non-oil sector.
“We are talking about, in some cases, 30 per cent, between seven to 30 per cent; you won’t get it anywhere but in Nigeria. So, in terms of return on investments, this is the best place you can invest,” she stated.