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Youth Development Remains My Priority As President – Buhari

Muhammadu Buhari

Muhammadu Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has come out to beg the international community and investors to take advantage of Nigeria’s diversity in human and natural resources for investment.

He revealed this recently while speaking at a ceremony to receive the Letters of Credence of the Ambassadors of Belgium, Mauritania, Austria, and Norway at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

According to him, youth development, integration, and employment remain the priority for his government, and he would fail the people.

He added that Nigeria shares common problems of insecurity and socio-economic defects with other nations, and he’ll keep doing everything to fix our issues.

His words, “Nigeria is ready to pursue broader dialogue, as well as enhance cooperation and collaboration on the basis of constructive mutual respect and a shared vision for our future.”

“As you may know, Nigeria is an ethnic and culturally diverse society with various opportunities which we seek to creatively utilise for the benefit of our people. We are also a country with a huge population that is predominantly youthful.

“These pose peculiar new challenges of their own. As Nigeria relates with your countries, it is our expectation that we should leverage on the advantages that can yield positive results in youth development in our country.’’

“Allow me to offer you my sincere congratulations as you commence your diplomatic duties as defined by the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. As we celebrate its 60th anniversary, next year, it is my hope that you will carry out your respective mandates to improve existing cordial relations between our countries consistent with the provisions of this time-honoured convention,”

“Nigeria shares common problems of insecurity, the impact of climate change, and socio-economic challenges common among nations.

“Notwithstanding these challenges, efforts are being made to sustain our position to overcome these difficulties. I invite you to partner with us to address these challenges.

“As a global family, we are impacted by several other common challenges like terrorism, insurgency, climate change, population explosion, human trafficking, corruption, poverty, and now the global health pandemic which Coronavirus represents considering its mayhem across the world.”


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