President Bola Tinubu made a significant arrival in Paris on Tuesday where he joined prominent figures that gathered for the highly anticipated New Global Financial Pact Summit.
This prestigious event took place at the Palais Brongniart. Tinubu met with the President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the African Export-Import Bank (Afrexim), Prof. Benedict Oramah, and the President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Odile Renaud–Basso.
With an unwavering commitment to economic growth and development, President Tinubu utilized his presence at the summit to emphasize the importance of foreign direct investments.
He engaged with key stakeholders and decision-makers on how to promote strategic collaborations and attract investments that will fuel progress in various sectors in Nigeria.
This New Global Financial Pact Summit serves as a crucial platform for leaders and experts around the world to discuss and explore innovative strategies, policies, and partnerships. As the good man that he is, President Bola Tinubu’s active participation and involvement underscores his dedication to fostering a conducive business environment and promoting economic prosperity in Nigeria.
As a nation, we need to review the support we are getting from the international community to combat terrorism and insecurity. Sustainable and serious investment in agriculture, health and power sector. I trust Mr. President to have packaged all these and more, and discuss it with other participants at the summit to the betterment of the economy and citizenry.
President Tinubu’s presence at the New Global Financial Pact Summit exemplifies his commitment to positioning Nigeria as a favorable investment hub on the global stage.
Through his advocacy on foreign direct investments and strategic partnerships, he will unlock the nation’s untapped potential, accelerate economic progress and improve the livelihoods of Nigerians. The outcome of the summit holds the promise of a brighter future for Nigeria and reinforces President Tinubu’s visionary leadership.
By Arabinrin Aderonke Ogunleye-Bello, an Award-Winning Investigative Journalist.
Bello is also Good Governance, Gender Rights and Peace Advocate. She writes from Abuja.