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LAI MOHAMMED ADVOCATES FOR INVESTMENT IN POLO GAME


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Lai Mohammed Proposes Investment In Polo Game



3rd Sep 2018


Lai Mohammed is the current Nigeria's Minister of Information and Culture, a Nigerian lawyer and former National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress.


The minister of Information and Culture and a lawyer of Nigeria, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has called for partnership and investments in human capital and infrastructure through the prestigious game of Polo and its value chain. The minister made the call in an address at the maiden edition of the Miss Polo International Beauty Pageant on Tuesday night in Abuja. Lai Mohammed was represented by the Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Ms Grace Gekpe. Lai said that it was “an honour and privilege for Nigeria to be counted worthy to host the maiden edition of the event’’.


He stressed the importance of the game of Polo in uniting nations, promoting and sustaining global peace, attracting foreign investments and promoting tourism. The minister called on international investors to take advantage of abundant human and natural resources in Nigeria and invests in the country.

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He believes that his country Nigeria is peaceful, diversifying its economy and becoming investors destination. He said that “Our dear country is blessed with abundant human and natural resources as well as investment opportunities. There is no doubt that Nigeria is one of the unique destination in Africa in particular and the world in general. It is on this note that I called on all our invited guests and foreign investors to leverage on these opportunities to key into our friendly investment opportunities.’’


Mohammed congratulated the Nigeria Polo Federation for the initiative, and thanked the organisers for using the platform to showcase Nigeria as a warm, safe and hospitable country.
17 contestants from five continents contested for the crown of 2018 Miss Polo International.




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