President Buhari's USA Trip, A Huge Economic Benefit To Nigeria....Says Emerhor
A member of the board of trustees of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Olorogun Otega Emerhor has once again commended President Muhammadu Buhari for his visionary leadership and commitment towards taking Nigeria to the global stage at a time the nation's image suffers due to massive corruption that brought about avoidable economic recession.
He posited that despite the economic hardship in the Country, world super powers welcomed Mr President with open hearts to the 71st Session of the United Nations General Assembly which held in the United States; and even went further to offer support so as to facilitate economic recovery.
Emerhor in a statement released by his Director of Political Communication, Barrister Fred Latimore Oghenesivbe said the integrity and sound moral status of President Buhari coupled with his sincere drive to tame corruption headlong earned him accolades from world leaders including United States President, Barack Obama and UN Secretary-General, Mr Ban Ki-Moon.
The APC chieftain urged Nigerians to give the President and the APC national government the necessary support by imbibing the "Change Begins with Me" national re-orientation campaign aimed at restoring our social, political and moral values necessary, not only for nation building, but to make us better and patriotic in our day-to-day activities at work places and wherever we find ourselves.
"Onbehalf of the teeming APC Delta political family, I congratulate Mr President and his superb economic team for their wonderful presentations at the United Nations General Assembly which afforded government the opportunity to rake in over $350 million for the Niger Basin Commission, amongst other Direct Foreign Investments (DFI) negotiated during the trip for Nigeria.
"I join the over 180 million Nigerians in welcoming our amiable President Buhari back home after a very successful meeting and other investments opportunities negotiated during his trip to the United States. " Emerhor stated.