Nigerians are competitive abroad due to good education at home, says Buhari

The President, Main Basic Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), has claimed the competitiveness which Nigerians show abroad is a final result of the superior training they obtained in advance of travelling out of the region.

This is as he urged Nigerians in Diaspora to constantly abide by the principles of their host countries.

The President said this when he satisfied with the Minister of Condition Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates, Shaikh Shakboot Alnahyan, at the sidelines of the Paris Peace Discussion board on Friday.

Particular Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina disclosed this in a statement titled ‘Nigerians Aggressive Equally House And Abroad, President Buhari Tells UAE Minister.’

Adesina quoted Buhari as declaring, “Nigerians are all over the place, quite aggressive. And the competitiveness begins from house, in which they have acquired superior education, gone into enterprises, and then take all that abroad.”

The President inspired Nigerians in Diaspora to “subject on their own to the guidelines and benchmarks of the nation in which they reside both as working class, or carrying out businesses.”

He welcomed the provide by UAE to partner with Nigeria in the regions of renewable electrical power, agriculture, infrastructure logistics, and provision of vaccines to further more handle the COVID-19 pandemic.

On his individual aspect, Minister Alnahyan explained his region “thinks incredibly remarkably “of President Buhari’s management, noting that he was striving to “build a much better long run for generations to appear.”

He explained there were being lots of Nigerians in his country “who increase much worth,” assuring that the headwinds of the latest past in the romantic relationship “are now driving us.”

In accordance to him, “We want to protected, deepen and fortify the association for the potential. We have a whole lot in typical. We may possibly be having small steps, but they are top somewhere.”

On proposed investments in Nigeria, Alnahyan reported it would be a earn-get scenario, “which would convey hope and chances for people in both of those international locations. We want to come and incorporate top quality and value.”

Adesina claimed the Minister similarly commended the Nigerian governing administration for its robust tackling of violent extremism.

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