Nigeria’s World Trade Centre to be Ready Soon

Jan 13, 2016

ABUJA, NIGERIA - The Group Managing Director of Churchgate Group, Mr. Vinay Mahtani, in this interview with Adedayo Adejobi, talks about the first of its kind World Trade Centre to be built in West Africa and major roles the more than N200 billion building will play in driving Nigeria’s economy, among other things.

The World Trade Center Abuja project was conceived in 2010. The project was envisioned with the intent of establishing an elevated lifestyle that does not yet exist in Nigeria; we are building a city within a city where people can live, work and play in a composite location. Abuja is internationally recognized as one of the only purpose-built capital cities in Africa, known for its well thought-out infrastructure and distinctive architecture, all serving its diversified affluent population. Hence, we at the Churchgate Group felt that the addition of the first West African purpose-built World Trade Center in Abuja would be ideal for a city that is fast becoming a hub for international trade and a home for aspiring entrepreneurs.

Reported by: Customs Today, January 10, 2016

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