I’m proud of Nigerian youths who are excelling, says Buhari in Rwanda | TheCable

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I’m proud of Nigerian youths who are excelling, says Buhari in Rwanda | TheCable #CHOGM2022

I’m proud of Nigerian youths who are excelling, says Buhari in Rwanda | TheCable CHOGM2022

President Muhammadu Buhari says he is happy with how Nigerian youths are excelling at home and abroad.

Buhari spoke at a town hall meeting with Nigerians on the sidelines of the 26th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Kigali, Rwanda, on Saturday.Muhammadu Buhari has hailed Nigerian youth excelling at home and abroad, saying the country will welcome inputs and investments from compatriots with international exposure for the economy to thrive.Williams Anuku President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday met with Nigerians residing in Kigali, Rwanda, lauding them for excelling at home and abroad.Share on Telegram President Muhammadu Buhari has hailed Nigerian youths excelling at home and abroad, saying the country will welcome inputs and investments from compatriots with international exposure for the economy to thrive.

According to a statement by Femi Adesina, presidential spokesman, Buhari said Nigeria will welcome inputs and investments from compatriots with international exposure for the economy to thrive.“It gives me great pleasure to be in Kigali, Rwanda and to meet with you, members of the Nigerian Diaspora as part of my regular meetings with Nigerians wherever I visit other countries,” Buhari was quoted as saying.Femi Adesina, the president’s spokesman, in a statement in Abuja, quoted the Nigerian leader as saying: ‘‘It gives me great pleasure to be in Kigali, Rwanda and to meet with you, members of the Nigerian Diaspora as part of my regular meetings with Nigerians wherever I visit other countries.Advertisement “Let me begin by congratulating and commending Yewande Adebowale for emerging as one of the top four winners at the Commonwealth youth competition at the Kigali Startup Festival 2022 at the Commonwealth Youth Forum.‘‘It gives me great pleasure to be in Kigali, Rwanda, and to meet with you, members of the Nigerian Diaspora as part of my regular meetings with Nigerians wherever I visit other countries.“I also commend Esther Olanrewaju and Favour Aderinto who are recipients of the Lakshmi Subramanian CMU-Africa Student Excellence Awards for Masters in Information Technology and Electrical and Computer Engineering.‘‘I also commend Esther Olanrewaju and Favour Aderinto who are recipients of the Lakshmi Subramanian CMU-Africa Student Excellence Awards for Masters in Information Technology and Electrical and Computer Engineering.“I am proud of you all, and I remain ever proud of our Nigerian youths excelling at home and abroad.The president spoke at a town hall meeting with Nigerians in the Diaspora on the margins of the 26th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Kigali, Rwanda, on Saturday.

” Advertisement The president commended the level of professionalism of Nigerians living in Rwanda and the amiable nature of their interactions with each other.” The president commended the level of professionalism of Nigerians living in Rwanda and the amiable nature of their interactions with each other.‘‘I am proud of you all, and I remain ever proud of our Nigerian youths excelling, at home and abroad,’’ he said.According to him, living peacefully and in obedience to the laws of the host nation is also paramount as it gives Nigeria a good name.“Remember that you are our ambassadors-at-large while here.‘‘Remember that you are our ambassadors-at-large while here.People would read and know Nigeria by your actions and activities,” he said.People would read and know Nigeria by your actions and activities.“Our government is determined to work with Nigerians both at home and abroad to develop our economy and create a nation that is productive, peaceful, and caters for the needs of its citizens.‘‘Our government is determined to work with Nigerians both at home and abroad to develop our economy and create a nation that is productive, peaceful, and caters to the needs of its citizens.” The president commended the level of professionalism of Nigerians living in Rwanda and the amiable nature of their interactions with each other.

“We are also working assiduously to protect all Nigerians, whether at home or abroad, to feel safe and attain their full potentials in life.” Buhari noted that with the establishment of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Nigerians abroad can seamlessly contribute their quota to national development, especially in the areas of investments in the economy.Mr Buhari noted that with the establishment of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Nigerians abroad could now seamlessly contribute their quota to national development, especially in the areas of investments in the economy.President Buhari noted that with the establishment of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Nigerians abroad can now seamlessly contribute their quota to national development, especially in the areas of investments in the economy.“Our agriculture, housing and real estate, ICT, healthcare, education and services sectors among others are waiting for your inputs and investments, considering your global exposure,” he added.“Let me urge you to key into the programmes of NIDCOM to make your contributions.‘‘Let me urge you to key into the programmes of NIDCOM to make your contributions,’’ he said He stressed the need for them to continue to uphold the good image of Nigeria by obeying the laws of their host country.” Advertisement On her part, Aishatu Musa, Nigerian high commissioner to Rwanda, told the president that Nigerians in the country were generally well behaved, and their population had swelled in recent years.” The Nigerian High Commissioner to Rwanda, Ambassador Aishatu Musa, told President Buhari that Nigerians in the country were generally well behaved, and their population has swelled from 100 to 400 in recent years, “and they are in various fields like banking, agriculture, education, telecommunications, and others.‘‘We are also working assiduously to protect all Nigerians, whether at home or abroad, to feel safe and attain their full potentials in life,’’ he added.

“They are in various fields like banking, agriculture, education, telecommunications, and others,” she added.“They are in various fields like banking, agriculture, education, telecommunications, and others,” she added.While speaking at a Commonwealth Business Forum in Westminster, UK in 2018, Buhari had said most Nigerian youth just want to sit down, do nothing and get their basic needs free.The president’s statement had sparked backlash on social media.The event, coordinated by Chairman NIDCOM, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, saw the following Nigerians interacting with the President: Kelechi Reginald, Chief Executive Officer of an investment firm and Uduak Udoh, who runs an architectural consultancy.Also at the event were Mr Geoffrey Onyeama and Chief Sunday Dare, Ministers of Foreign Affairs; and Youth and Sports Development, respectively.The hashtag #LazyNigerianYouth trended during that period, with the youth showcasing their skills and expertise..Also at the event were Geoffrey Onyeama and Sunday Dare, Ministers of Foreign Affairs, and Youth and Sports Development respectively.Aishatu Musa, told the president that Nigerians in the country were generally well behaved, and their population had swelled from 100 to 400 in recent years.

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