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LATEST HEADLINES FROM THE EMBASSY

Ambassador, H.E. Benedict Onochie Amobi paid tribute to Nelson Mandela

Afroscandic spoke with the African Ambassadors in Scandinavia, to pay tribute to South Africa’s first black President Nelson Mandela, the anti-aparthied icon and a worthy son of Africa. In the video below is excerpts of the telephone interview with H.E. Ambassador Benedict Onochie Amobi, the Nigerian Ambassador to Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. And a copy of his speech delivered during …

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NIGERIA EMERGES AS AFRICA’S BIGGEST CEMENT MANUFACTURER

Bags of Cement

According to a Renaissance Capital research, Nigeria has become the largest cement manufacturer in Africa as a result of the growing demand and favourable government regulations in Nigeria. The research also stated the significant change in the Nigerian cement market  is driven by a viable environment and increased investment of aggressive economic growth. The current industry capacity surpassed the 20 …

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Mission Will No Longer Accept CASH PAYMENT

Swedish Krona

1.This is to inform the General Public that henceforth, Mission will no longer accept CASH PAYMENT for the processing of Nigerian Passports, Visas, Authentication and Administrative Fees. 2. Therefore from Monday, 25th November, 2013 ALL PAYMENTS must be made into the designated Mission’s account (where applicable) as indicated below: 3. All applications without the requisite payment slip/print out/ evidence shall …

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THE FUTURE GLOBAL 100 (FG100) NORDICS MEETING IN STOCKHOLM ON 9 OCTOBER 2013

Nigerian Ambassador to Sweden

His Excellency Benedict Onochie Amobi, Ambassador to Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland of the Government of Nigeria exchanged exclusive insights and deliberated on key issues regarding the future of Nordicʼs economy, market and business in 2014 and beyond, with other business and government leaders representing 15 countries at the flagship Future Global 100 (FG100) Nordics Meeting in Stockholm on 9 …

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Nissan gears up to build cars in Nigeria

Nissan in Nigeria

Nissan will become the first global carmaker to build cars in Nigeria since west Africa’s largest economy rolled out a policy to tempt investors to its nascent automotive industry, write Henry Foy and Javier Blas. The Japanese carmaker, which has aggressively identified growth in emerging markets as the centrepiece of its global strategy, plans to build 45,000 cars a year …

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