Gani Adams seeks closer bond between Nigeria, Thailand, for business opportunities

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The Aareonakakanfo of Yoruba land, Iba Gani Adams has called for the strengthening of the bond between Nigeria and Thailand, saying such is the best way to explore the various business opportunities between the two countries.

A statement by his spokesperson, Kehinde Aderemi, said Adams stated this at the different business meetings held with Thailand business conglomerates in Bangkok, during his business trip to the Asian country.

The Yoruba generallissimo added that the reason for the meeting with Thailand business partners and stakeholders was to discuss the prospects of having a global business brand between Nigeria and Thailand.

He said, “We seek investors and business partners that will work with us in making these projects a reality both in Nigeria and in Thailand.

“We intend to Build a Thai-Nigeria Trade Centre, set up a new Oodua Farm Village and also build the Budiest Temple at all our Thai-Nigeria Trade Centre.

“These three projects are futuristic in nature and it is my long term desire to empower the Nigerian youth and women in my capacity as the Aareonakakanfo of Yoruba land.”

In his remarks, President, Thai-Nigeria Trade Association and the host, Dr Vorrakorn Chamnanpaisarn, commended Adams for bringing up enduring business ideas and proposals that could enhance bilateral trade between Thailand and Nigeria.

He admitted that the global business environment is highly competitive, adding that with the huge human capital and material resources in Nigeria, it is possible to explore the business potentials that could help the growth of both Nigeria and Thailand.

He said, “We are looking at a way of using the global inter- business bond and relationship as tools to strengthen the bond between the Republic of Thailand and Nigeria.”

“Apart from the three major areas specified in the Thai-Nigeria business initiatives, there are other areas of interest that the Nigerian team and the Thailand Trade Association agreed upon.

“Other sectors highlighted in the business proposals include the education and agric sector.

Other members of the Thai-Nigeria Trade Association board/executive present at the various business parleys are Mr Phacharakorn Sribun, DrPimporn Chandee, Mrs Nongyyao Chutikanan, Mrs Nantiya Chuechin, among others.

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