Osinbajo Hails Coca Cola’s Plan To Invest $1 Billion In Nigeria
Top producers of Soft drinks, Coca-Cola plans to invest $1 billion in Nigeria in the next five years.
According to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, the investment testifies to the possibilities in the economy despite challenges. Information Guide Nigeria
Vice President Osinbajo said this on Monday evening at the 70th anniversary gala of the Nigerian Bottling Company (NBC).
Osinbajo said: “your ongoing investment in the country, which I am told will be in the order of $1billion in the next five years, testifies to your faith in the possibilities of Nigeria.
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“And you can rely on the partnership of the Nigerian government, (and I dare say the Nigerian people too) as you make these great strides”.
PREMIUM TIMES reports that the vice president narrated his personal and family stories about drinking Coca-Cola, including how he drank two bottles of Coke a day up until 2017.
Speaking on the commitment of President Buhari’s administration, he said: “And we will continue to work with businesses across the broad spectrum of our dynamic economy to ensure that we do this with a clear view of the opportunities and problems of the day.
“commitment to the Nigerian people with repeated investments, in the building of production facilities across the country, in creating thousands of jobs but also in your active support of every aspect of our national life, from health to education, from women and youth empowerment to sports. All done with conscious respect for the environment.
“I think it is fair to say that the commitment has been met with the enthusiastic patronage of generations of Nigerians; families who have been supported by the stable careers of staff who have grown with the company through the years.
“young people who have found successful careers in sports and entertainment inspired by your support; consumers from Lagos to Kano, Rivers to Plateau, linked by distributors in every region of the country, who have built enduring businesses getting Coca Cola into the hands of millions; a robust value chain that includes service providers and marketing agencies, creators of the iconic Coke adverts that have formed part of our individual and collective memories all these years.”
According to PREMIUM TIMES, also speaking at the event, the Board Chairman of NBC, Segun Apata, recalled the company’s growth and contribution to the economy. Jamb Result
Apata noted that the company will continue in its 70 years tradition of investing in the economy as well as impacting its host communities through several initiatives, especially for the youths.
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