President Bola Tinubu yesterday arrived in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for the Saudi-Africa Summit scheduled to be held today Friday.
At the Middle-East nation, the Nigerian leader was received by ministers, members of the National Assembly as well as other government functionaries.
Tinubu will use the opportunity of the summit to underscore Nigeria’s commitment to attracting more foreign direct investment & expanding business partnerships.
According to the presidential spokesman, Ajuri Ngelale, the visit would strongly reinforce the administration’s ongoing domestic economic reforms.
Discussions at the first Saudi-Africa Summit will revolve around supporting joint action, enhancing political coordination & addressing regional security threats.
It would also facilitate economic transformation through research & the local development of new energy solutions, which was expected to boost cross-sectoral investment cooperation, Ngelale noted.