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Co-Founder Asiwaju I O A Omomolesho, Yoruba Community Of Nigeria In Pakistan (Ycnp) Demands Pakistan-Nigeria Trade Body To Realize Pakistan’s Trade Potential

By Abdul Majeed
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Co Founder Asiwaju I O A Omomolesho, Yoruba Community of Nigeria in Pakistan (YCNP) has invited the attention of His Excellency, Mahammadu Buhari, President of Federal Republic of Nigeria to immediately constitute Pakistan-Nigeria Trade Body to realize Pakistan’s trade potential for the better future of Nigerians as the trade between the two countries have increased fivefold under the dynamic efforts of Pakistan Nigeria High Commission from $100 to $500 Million US Dollars.

Asiwaju I O A Omomolesho pointed out that there is urgent need to sensitize the business community of Nigeria and Pakistan in order to doubling the trade volume under the Leadership of His Excellency, Mahammadu Buhari, President of Federal Republic of Nigeria within next 2 years.

He said that Federal Republic of Nigeria is a country that is highly blessed with abundant natural and human resources but currently it largely depends on oil as a major source of earning, therefore, Asiwaju I O A Omomolesho implored His Excellency, Mahammadu Buhari, President of Federal Republic of Nigeria to diversity the Nigerian Economy through Pakistan’s trade potentials.

This was disclosed by Co-Founder Asiwaju I O A Omomolesho, Yoruba Community of Nigeria in Pakistan (YCNP) after a meeting of Yoruba Community of Nigeria in Pakistan (YCNP) Executive Council meeting held in YCNP Secretariat last night in Pakistan Federal Capital, Islamabad.

Incumbent President Chief Abiodun Mustafa, Illufemiloye (1) from Oshogbo, Osun State of Nigeria added that Yoruba Community of Nigeria in Pakistan (YCNP) is actively involved to boost trade links between Pakistan and Nigeria as Pakistan’s business people can help introduce professional and technological innovation in the Nigerian industry.

Chief Abiodun Mustafa, Illufemiloye (1) also said that Federal Republic of Nigeria, which has the 10th largest oil and gas reserves in the world, is also interested in learning from Pakistan’s experience in dairy and poultry production besides cooperation in unexplored sectors of agriculture, textile and manufacturing industry in Nigeria.