Buhari lauds Nigerians for living peacefully abroad

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Abuja – President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday in Abuja recommended Nigerians residing in overseas international locations for residing peacefully with their host communities.

The president gave the commendation when a delegation of the Progressive Ambassadors of Nigeria (PAN), led by its Nationwide President, Mr Jasper Emenike, visited him on the State Home.

The President enjoined Nigerians within the Diaspora to “keep in mind the sensitivities of their host communities” and forge harmonious relationships.

Whereas expressing delight on the go to by members of the PAN, Buhari additionally lauded their alternative of identify and “for flying excessive the green-white-green flag.”

He additionally recommended the Ministry of International Affairs and the Nigeria Diaspora Fee for positively interfacing with the members of the affiliation specifically, and Nigerians residing overseas generally.

In his remarks, Emenike, who described his organisation as “a Pan-Nigerian non-governmental and non-profit” group, congratulated Buhari on his re-election and profitable inauguration.

He stated his members had been on a “thanks, solidarity go to”, and to formally convey their heartfelt appreciation to him “as President and Chairman of the Authority of ECOWAS Heads of State and Authorities”.

Emenike recommended the president for his swift intervention “resulting in the reopening of over 400 Nigerian Merchants’ Retailers in Ghana final October by the host authorities, over some commerce coverage disputes.

“(The dispute) arose from the enforcement of the Ghana Native Funding Promotion Act in clear violation of the letters and spirit of the ECOWAS Free Motion Protocols.’’

He famous that the President’s intervention was a “loud demonstration” of his sense of management, character and dedication to the ideas of ECOWAS regional integration.

He additionally applauded the anti-corruption marketing campaign of the present administration, whereas pledging his group’s dedication in the direction of grassroots mobilisation and help for the administration.

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