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This was announced by Nigeria's minister of industry, trade and investment Aisha Abubakar, who was represented by Adewale Bakare, a director at the ministry, at a recent event.
The year 2018 passed into history book as a year the six states of Lagos, Rivers, Cross-River, Kaduna, Plateau and Edo engaged in and promoted robust culture and tourism activities on a scale that helped to create a window for organized local and international visits across Nigeria.
Mr Li Chuda, the Cultural Attache for the Embassy of China, said the cultural exchange between Nigeria and China has come to stay and would lead to better cooperation in the future.
The development of Nigeria’s art and crafts sector, among other issue, will dominate discussions at the forthcoming Nigeria-South Africa bi-national commission summit holding later in the year.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, said on Wednesday Nigeria would promote cultural relations with member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to improve people-to-people interactions among parties.
The development of Nigeria’s Art and Crafts sector will now take centre stage amongst other issues at the next edition of the Nigeria-South Africa bi-national commission slated for later this year.