09 Feb President Buhari speaks on Nigeria, Canada relationship.
President Muhammadu Buhari Sunday in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, portrayed Nigeria-Canada relations as extremely cheerful, communicating his craving to additionally fortify two-sided ties.
The Nigerian Leader met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the edges of the 33rd AU Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, as per an announcement to super plus television on Sunday by his Spokesman, Garba Shehu
In comments before the press, President Buhari underscored the warm and benevolent relations among Nigeria and Canada, noticing republic participation of the two countries and the decision of Canada for advanced education by Nigerian understudies.
”We have a ton of understudies in Canada. We know about our imperative jobs to keep the nation together. We are anxious to grow exchange since you are one of the ‘greatest clients’, of Nigeria’s unrefined petroleum.
In his comments, the Canadian Prime Minister portrayed President Buhari as ”a pioneer in Africa”, including that it was a joy to connect on provincial and worldwide issues.
”Your authority and reflection on the present circumstance testing Africa yet in addition the possibilities and openings are something that I am particularly turning upward to.
”Canada and Nigeria have a long-standing and profound association and companionship, and I especially anticipate hearing your points of view on numerous enormous issues confronting Africa as well as the world,” Trudeau said.
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