Wednesday, May 10, 2023


On May 10, 2023, the President-elect leaves Nigeria for a working visit to Europe.

Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the incoming president, left Nigeria for a working visit to Europe on Wednesday afternoon.

With some of his key aides and without undue pressure or distraction, he will use the trip as an opportunity to polish the transition plans, programs, and policy options.

In order to promote investment opportunities in the nation and his administration's readiness to support a business-friendly climate through policies and regulations, the President-elect will interact with investors and other important allies during the visit.

Meetings with various business community players from Europe's manufacturing, agricultural, technological, and energy sectors have already been scheduled.

Through partnerships based on the creation of jobs and the development of skills, Asw√°j Tinubu hopes to persuade them that Nigeria is prepared to conduct business under his leadership.

The meeting is a part of Tinubu's efforts to restore Nigeria's prominence in the international economic system and create empowering opportunities for the nation's sizable youth population. Reviving the country's economy is a key component of Tinubu's Renewed Hope agenda.

The visit demonstrates the President-elect's commitment to keeping a campaign promise he made earlier to get started right away by starting discussions with key international players in the crucial fields of the economy and security.

Aswaj Tinubu met with the All Progressives Congress-backed candidates for Speaker of the House of Representatives and Deputy Speaker, Hon. Tajudeen Abbas as well as Hon. Presented to him by the Joint Task Team of the House was Benjamin Kalu.

He is expected back soon to start making final preparations for May 29, 2023, when he will be sworn in as the nation's 16th President.

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