This is to inform the general public that the Federal Government of Nigeria has declared Tuesday, 19th of November 2018 to mark Id-El-Maulud, consequently, the Chancery will be closed on that day.
Please note that the High Commission will reopen to the public on Wednesday, 20th of November 2018 at 9.30am.
On behalf of the High Commissioner, we wish you a very happy celebration.
Nigeria High Commission
Australia says it is interested in enhancing its partnership with Nigeria in the area of mining. Mining in Australia is a significant primary industry and contributor to its economy with the country reportedly among the top five mining nations globally.
Australian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr Paul Lehmann, told Newsmen in Abuja on Sunday that Australia was willing to harness Nigeria’s mineral potentials and expand relations between both countries.
““For us, it is not all about gaining expertise, or the experience but also the willingness to engage with countries that are invigorating their mineral sector.
““For our Australian mining companies, Nigeria should be seen as a land of opportunity.
““What we want to do is to work together with the Nigerian government to make the connections between the expertise, the experience, the know-how and the equipment, and the investment fund in some cases,” Lehmann said.
The Australian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr Paul Lehmann, yesterday announced that trade transactions between Australia and Nigeria in the last two years amounted to about N100 billion. Lehmann told our correspondent in Lagos that trade relations between both countries in 2016 and 2017 were worth about AUD$343million, approximately about N100 billion. The High Commissioner […]
What does Nigeria and Australia have in common? We have many things in common. We can start with something basic like a shared language; which is English. We also have shared institutions which derive in large part from our shared colonial heritage and aspirations for our people when it comes to peace and prosperity. Nigerians […]
President Muhammadu Buhari will on Saturday host the second Regional Security Summit in Abuja as part of the ongoing efforts by his administration to enhance the security of lives, properties and investments in Nigeria and neighbouring countries. The forthcoming summit is a follow-up to the first edition, which took place in Paris, the France capital […]