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Elumelu Promotes African Investment to French Business Community

African businessman and philanthropist Tony O. Elumelu was recently in Paris on the invitation of the French Senate, Business France and Banque publique d'investissement (BPI). The trip presented several platforms on which he was able to continue to promote Africa as a continent ripe for investment. Elumelu is the chairman of the United Bank for Africa (UBA), Heirs Holdings, an African proprietary investment company, and the founder of the Tony Elumelu Foundation.

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Chairman of the Senate Inter parliamentary Committee on France-West Africa, Senator Charles Revet; French Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr Denye Gauer; Chairman of UBA Plc, Mr. Tony Elumelu and France's Ambassador for International Investment and CEO of Business France, Mrs Muriel Penicaurd at the French Senate, Palais Du Luxembourg, Paris on Friday, where Mr. Tony Elumelu was guest speaker at the 'Colloque Nigeria: Nigeria, the Leading African Economy' forum organised by the French Senate

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France's Ambassador for International Investment and CEO of Business France, Mrs Muriel Penicaurd; Chairman of UBA Plc and founder of the Tony Elumelu Foundation, Mr. Tony Elumelu; Chairman of the Senate Inter parliamentary Committee on France-West Africa, Senator Charles Revet; French Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr Denye Gauer at the French Senate, Palais Du Luxembourg, Paris on Friday, where Mr. Tony Elumelu was guest speaker at the 'Colloque Nigeria: Nigeria, the Leading African Economy' forum​

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