Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari in a speech at the forum hosted by Jordan, urged world leaders to work towards narrowing gaps in social and economic opportunities for citizens as a solution to rising conflicts across the globe, while attributing the Boko Haram attacks in Nigeria to lack of inclusion.
In Jordan, President Calls for Economic Inclusion of Underprivileged
This Day, 7 April 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari said Saturday in Dead Sea, Jordan, that opening up more economic opportunities to underprivileged groups was integral to the realisation of global peace.… Read more »
Muhammadu Buhari, President of Nigeria during the Session: Opening Plenary at the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa 2019, Jordan 2019.
African Ministers Hail Buhari's Economic Agenda
Vanguard, 8 April 2019
African Ministers of Labour, Employment and Social Affairs have commended President Muhammadu Buhari's economic agenda, especially the administration's Economic Recovery and Growth… Read more »
Migration Should Be Out of Aspiration, Not Desperation, Says EU
This Day, 8 April 2019
The European Union (EU) has said with improved standard of living in most African countries, citizens would not be desperate to leave their countries and migrate to places where… Read more »
Buhari Thanks Jordan for Backing Nigeria's Anti-Terror War
This Day, 6 April 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday extended appreciation to King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein of Jordan for the continuous support Nigeria received from the country to fight… Read more »
Why Country Experiences Conflicts, Irregular Migration - Buhari
Premium Times, 6 April 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari has said despite having the largest economy in Africa, Nigeria is experiencing conflicts and irregular migration because of lack of social and economic… Read more »
Nations Must Unite to Tame Boko Haram, Others - Buhari
Guardian, 7 April 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari has declared that the only way to conquer Boko Haram, ISIS, Al Qaeda and other forms of conflicts in Africa is for countries to unite and find ways of… Read more »
Buhari Arrives Dubai for 9th Investment Meeting
Daily Trust, 8 April 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday arrived Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the ninth edition of the Annual Investment Meeting (AIM), holding from today - Wednesday. Read more »
Poverty, Unemployment Forcing More Citizens to Migrate
Vanguard, 6 April 2019
Many Nigerians plan to leave the country in the next five years. Nearly half (45 percent) of adults say they plan to move to another country within five years, by far the highest… Read more »
About 12,700 Irregular Migrants Return to Nigeria in 2 Years - Report
Premium Times, 4 April 2019
The UN-International Organisation on Migration (IOM) says it has been involved in the evacuation of over 12,700 irregular migrants from certain countries back to Nigeria in the… Read more »
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