Buhari pledges to move Nigeria forward as quickly as possible

President Muhammadu Buhari, on Saturday in Washington DC, assured Nigerians in the diaspora of his administration’s determination to move the country forward as rapidly as possible.

This is contained in a statement issued by Mr Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, a copy of which The Renaissance obtained on Sunday in Lagos.

President Muhammadu Buhari addressing Nigerians in USA

President Muhammadu Buhari addressing Nigerians in USA

Speaking at an audience with a group of Nigerians who have distinguished themselves in various professions in the United States, President Buhari said that the present administration is fully committed to correcting the errors that have hindered Nigeria’s progress as a nation.

“We are determined to get things done properly this time and God willing, we shall succeed.

“We are working diligently to correct our mistakes as a nation. We will rehabilitate  and expand national infrastructure, and move forward as quickly as possible,” the President assured the group.

He also said that his administration will maintain contacts with Nigerian professionals in the diaspora and see how they can be best placed to contribute effectively to national development if they choose to come back home.

The President congratulated the five Nigerians he met with for their exceptional accomplishments, saying that he was very proud of them all.

The Nigerians received, by President Buhari, included Prof. Austin Esogbue, the only African to have served on the board of the United States’ National Aeronautical Space Agency.

Others were Jelani Aliyu, a leading car designer with General Motors, Prof. Nwadiuto Esiobu, a renowned Microbiologist and Biochemist, Dr. Yemi Badero, an Assistant Professor of Medicine and 13-year old Muriel Oduwole, who has interviewed 18 world leaders.

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