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Group Applauds Nigeria’s Ambassador To Australia Over Support To Countrymen


(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – A group under the platform of the Support Initiative Africa (SIA), Australia has described Nigeria’s Ambassador to Australia, Anderson Madubuike as an exceptional leader whose passion for excellence, especially in education of Nigerians studying in the Country should be emulated.

Director General of the Initiative, Pascal Ochi, stated that Madubuike has demonstrated that innovation and compassion were qualities needed for leadership to thrive; stressing that he has (Madubuike) built a mindset that has made Australia another home for Nigerians.

He stated this yesterday while speaking with Newsmen in Enugu.

According to him, “Our today’s leaders need the ability to address complex challenges in new and innovative ways, and our Ambassador has demonstrated that.

Ochi added that “He is indeed an innovative and compassionate leader who wants nothing but the best for his people.

“He possesses an abiding passion for the art and craft of diplomacy and international relations, making him one of the finest Nigeria ambassadors ever.

Continuing he said” he is ready to listen to you, and proffer a solution, and monitor your situation.

He cares for you and knows that you can only be productive when everything surrounding you is going well,” he said, adding that if the incumbent and aspiring leaders would imbibe such traits, Nigeria would be better.



Ochi stated that the Ambassador since his appointment had ensured that Nigerian students in Australia received the best educational offer, stressing that in one of his lectures recently, he had described as a ‘misnomer” the fact that despite Nigeria’s size and economy, its international students do not yet have a university ranking among the top 200 universities globally.

The High Commissioner disclosed that “working on midwifing an agreement between Nigerian and Australian Ministries of Education for enhanced cooperation and engagement”.

He said the partnership would be needed to support educational development especially to address future-oriented skill development, training and improve research methodologies in relevant institutions.

The High Commission under his stewardship “is organising a summit titled ‘Nigeria/Australia Business Summit’ next month June in Canberra and Melbourne under the following thematic areas: Mining, Education, Agriculture, Technology and Tourism.

The Summit he said, would provide a platform for an enlightened discourse on the numerous investment opportunities in both countries and how to leverage on them for mutual benefits.

“These are indeed things that will impact the life of our people here” he added.

He commended President Mohammadu Buhari for the appointment, noting that with the number of Nigerians living and studying abroad, emphasis should be placed on excellence in the appointment of Ambassadors to enable the country to benefit from their services.


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