Lagos – The President of Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Alhaji Aderemi Bello, on Wednesday said Chamber would explore areas of economic relationship with Kenyan businessmen.
Bello said this at “Kenya Day’’ at the ongoing Lagos International Trade Fair.
He said the chambers was committed to trade promotion and the advancement of the African economy.
He said that over the years, Kenya has carved a niche for itself in the tourism Industry and commercial cultivation and production of tea.
” Kenya prides itself as the world’s leading black tea producer” he said.[pro_ad_display_adzone id=”70560″]
He said the chambers was elated about the success story of Kenya tea revolution that has placed the country in an enviable position as the fourth largest producer and exporter of tea in the world.
“We therefore believe that a bilateral economic relationship capable of bringing a huge return on investment for both countries is all that is needed to create wealth, expansion and eradicate poverty.
” It is in the light of this that we would ensure that Nigerians take the advantage of this rare opportunity to partner with Kenyan tea producers “he said ( NAN).