Nigerians are competitive abroad because of the good education they’ve received back home” – Buhari
According to President Muhammadu Buhari Nigerians are competitive abroad because of the quality of education they got back home in Nigeria.
Buhari stated this during a meeting with the Minister of State Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates, Shaikh Shakboot Alnahyan, while he urged Nigerians in Diaspora to always abide by the rules of their host countries.
The message was shared by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina in a statement titled ‘Nigerians Competitive Both Home And Abroad, President Buhari Tells UAE Minister
Nigeria are all over the place, very competitive. And the competitiveness starts from home, where they have acquired good education, gone into businesses, and then take all that abroad.
President Buhari encouraged Nigerians in Diaspora to subject themselves to the rules and standards of the country in which they live either as working class, or doing businesses. He welcomed the offer by UAE to partner with Nigeria in the areas of renewable energy, agriculture, infrastructure logistics, and provision of vaccines to further control the COVID-19 pandemic.
Minister Shakboot Alnahyan said his country “thinks very highly “of President Buhari’s leadership, noting that he was striving to “build a better future for generations to come. He said there were lots of Nigerians in his country, “who add much value,” assuring that the headwinds of the recent past in the relationship “are now behind us. We want to secure, deepen and strengthen the association for the future. We have a lot in common. We may be taking small steps, but they are leading somewhere.