Trade & Investments

Nigeria is an investor-friendly country with a rule of law that is anchored on good governance and accountability. It has a robust private sector and is committed to creating enabling business environment via a stable democratic system, infrastructure re-engineering, and expansion, strong and virile financial and insurance sector.


The country has a highly simplified and streamlined procedure for business entry, reformation of its public service and removal of bureaucratic hurdles as well as improved international image. The government is also promoting non-oil sectors of the economy with aim of targeting and attracting foreign direct investments into key priority sectors such as Power, Infrastructure, Agriculture, and Solid Minerals.


The government is committed to privatization, commercialization, and liberalization of the economy.

For more investor guides to Nigeria, please see the below links:


See also Presidential Ease of doing business in Nigeria


The Embassy wishes to inform you that an administrative charge of a Twenty-Eight Euro (€28) postal order from An Post Ireland made payable to the “Embassy of Nigeria in Ireland" will be applied on each passport application with effective from Monday 20th May 2024. Read more