Application deadline extended for management of the $10 billion Nigerian Diaspora Fund

The federal government of Nigeria has changed the application deadline for companies interested in managing the $10 billion Diaspora Fund.

This was reported on Thursday in Abuja by the Minister of the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Doris Uzoka-Anite, in a circular.

Consequently, the May 6 deadline was moved to May 13, 2024.

The minister urged potential applicants to use the extra time to complete their submissions, ensuring they are thorough and competitive.

He highlighted that the extension is designed to allow interested parties additional time to properly prepare their applications following the guidelines established for the fund.

“The Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment wishes to inform all stakeholders that the deadline for submission of Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the Nigerian Diaspora Fund has been extended.

“The new submission deadline is May 13, 2024. This extension is intended to accommodate interested parties who need more time to prepare their applications as per the guidelines provided for the 10 billion Nigerian Diaspora Fund of dollars,” he stated.