The Nigerian authorities have been advised to effectively market the country’s potentials for improved foreign Investments, the Nigerian Institute Of Public Relations gave the advice in Abuja.
Lara Afolayan reports that Foreign Direct Investments into the Nigerian economy, fell by thirty six percent in two thousand and eighteen to two point two billion dollars. This was despite an improvement by one notch in its foreign direct investment attractiveness ranking that same year.
The Nigerian Institute Of Public Relations now says a more favorable perception of the economy by the international community could help foreign investment growth this year.
It tells the country to effectively market its vast unexplored potentials beyond its borders through the use of professionals. The Institute is concerned about the economic side effects of insecurity in the country.
It pledges a commitment to contributing its quota of reputation management to nation building .
Sot. Sot. Muktar Sirajo, President, NIPR
This is coming ahead of the institute’s conference on understanding the workings of the Nigerian system and finding solutions to its challenges.