World leaders hailed buhari's administration


The minister of information and culture, alhaji lai Mohammad, has hailed global endorsement which president Muhammad buhari received from world leaders during his recent trip to the US for the 7ist session of UN general Assembly and appealed to Nigeria's to continue to support the President.

In statement issued in Lagos on Sunday and signed by the USA to the the minister, segun adeyemi, lai said it was particularly delightful to hear from the world leaders that President buhari determined and committed leadership as well as his integrity have given Nigerian a positive image in the comity of nations.

He said the global community's appreciation of the giant strides that have been made President buhari's administration in fighting torroism a and corruption, as well as in deftly managing the nation's economy at a time of global economic downturn is an indication that the administration is on course in its quest to ensure a better life for the people.


  "These three areas(economy, security and the fight against corruption) are the priorities of the buhari's administration, and its efforts have not gone unnoticed globally despite the attempts by naysayers to pull the wool over the eyes of the Nigerians. World leaders including US President barrack Obama, UN secretary General Ban Ki-moon, French President Francois Holland and Switzerland's President Johann  Schroeder Ammannav took turn to extol President buhari's leadership.

   "This should be a source of hope and pride to nigerians, who have borne the brunt of the difficulties associated with the current economic downturn as well as the country's negative global image in the past. While thanking Nigerians for their perseverance, there is no doubt that by continuing to give their unalloyed support to the President, they will be ensuring that these tough times will not last", Alhaji Mohammad said the fact that the President was able to highlight and seek a global rallying point on critical issues, during his trip will have a positive effect on the country.
  The President sent a clear and direct message to the word leaders on such issues as poverty, climate change, terrorisms, plight of IDPs arising from Boko Haram activities, diversification of the economy and creation of enabling environment for foreign direct investment in Nigeria.

  "The timing of the President message and the platform in which he highlighted those issues could not have been more apt and this will undoubtedly complement the Administration efforts at tackling  those key issue", the minister said.
He also expressed the optimism that the country will soon begin to reap the benefits of the US-Africa business forum and the meeting with top Nigerians professionals, which took place on the sideling of the UN General assembly.   



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