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Nigeria Is Committed To More Investment On Health, Agriculture, Others With India – Buhari


ABUJA, NIGERIA (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – President Muhammadu Buhari Tuesday pledged Nigeria will continue to expand its relationship with India in the areas of health, education, agriculture, technology and trade.

The President made the promise while receiving the Indian Vice President, Mohammad Hamid Ansari, at the State House.

Buhari confirmed Nigeria had over the years benefited from the cooperation of the Asian country in trade and investment, agriculture, technology and the fight against terrorism.

The President welcomed the proposed investment of 5 billion US dollars in the Nigerian economy by the business delegation that accompanied the Vice President, while noting that India had already invested 10 billion US dollars in the economy.

In a statement issued by his SSA on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, President Buhari said Nigeria would emulate the Asian country’s agricultural model and capacity to feed its 1 billion population, and also export to other countries, describing the country as “sustainable and prosperous’’.

The President noted that Nigeria would continue to support the reform of the United Nations Security Council, pointing out that it was unfair on the rest of the world for five countries to exercise the power of ‘‘yes or no’’ in the UN.

In his remarks, the Indian Vice President said his country, which is the leading buyer of Nigeria’s crude oil, would increase its purchase of the product, in addition to natural gas.

According to him, the relationship between Nigeria and India was near perfect as both countries ‘‘have nothing to quarrel about’’.

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