Juay said he had observed that Plateau was rich in agricultural and mining resources and he decided to visit the state to see what Malaysia could offer it.
The High Commissioner, who stated that Nigeria and Malaysia shared similar climatic conditions, said it would not be difficult to decide what could be done in the state.
He said that more than 10,000 Nigerians were studying in Malaysia and they were comfortable because of the similarities between the two countries and affordable school fees.
The governor expressed happiness that the envoy had already known much about Plateau and was willing to do business with the government and people of the state.
“We will not hesitate to provide a conducive atmosphere for investors in the state,’’ he stated.(NAN)