President Muhammadu Buhari, on Monday, returned to Abuja after his participation at the 77th United Nations General Assembly in New York, United States.
Before he departed for Abuja on Monday, Buhari met with officials of the Nigerian Mission to the United Nations.
A media aide to the president, Buhari Sallau, made this known via his Facebook page.
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Buhari recently in New York made moves to woo investors to Nigeria, saying the nation, being the largest in Africa with over $400 billion in GDP and over 200 million people, is indeed an investors haven.
Contentedly, he said Nigeria’s economic growth has been mostly driven by the non-oil sector, even as he stated confidently that the nation is overcoming insecurity threats with huge prospects for stability which foreign direct investments can count upon.
The Nigerian leader who was represented by his chief of staff, Prof Ibrahim Gambari, said the development gives credence to the revenue source diversification agenda of his administration.
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