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Dec 30, 2023

A recent report by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) revealed that a total of 27 states in Nigeria failed to attract any foreign investments for the first nine months of 2023.

ADULAWO News gathered that the statistics represent a slight decrease from the 28 states that recorded zero foreign investments in the first half of the year.

Below is a list of the 27 states that attracted no foreign investments in the first nine months of 2023:
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1. Bauchi
2. Bayelsa
3. Benue
4. Borno
5. Cross River
6. Delta
7. Ebonyi
8. Edo
9. Enugu
10. Gombe
11. Imo
12. Jigawa
13. Kaduna
14. Kano
15. Katsina
16. Kebbi
17. Kogi
18. Kwara
19. Nasarawa
20. Osun
21. Oyo
22. Plateau
23. Rivers
24. Sokoto
25. Taraba
26. Yobe
27. Zamfara

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The report highlighted that in the first nine months of 2023, foreign investors showed little interest in 27 states as the value of capital importation into Nigeria experienced a significant decline of 34 per cent.

According to the latest capital importation report released by the NBS for the third quarter of 2023, the total capital imports amounted to $2.82 billion.
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This capital is brought in from abroad to support investment, trade, and manufacturing activities within the country.

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