The Abuja Investment Company Limited (AICL), on Tuesday, promised to open up more infrastructural projects in the FCT.
This was coming when an Italian investment firm, DGM, had promised to help the company secure €350m euros grant from the European Union Fund for African Countries to expand infrastructure in the nation’s capital.
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A board member and Director of the AICL, Hon Osita Opara, revealed this on Wednesday while conducting a delegation of the Italian firm round some projects of the company in Abuja.
He said the company, which is into asset management, infrastructural development, as well as consulting services, would do everything possible to open up the nation’s capital in terms of infrastructure development.
He said the grant, if secured, would be used effectively for various infrastructural facilities in the territory.
Earlier, Mr Claudio Del-Ghianda, the leader of the delegation, expressed satisfaction with the projects of the company and assured that the grant would be secured for it through the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA).
City & Crime reports that the delegation visited ThisDay Dome, Kafe Modern Market, a housing estate at Daki-Biu, as well as the Kugbo International Market which is under construction.