My administration will continue to defend the interest of law-abiding Nigerians living abroad, say Buhari.
Written by News Room on June 3, 2022
President Muhammadu Buhari said his administration will continue to defend the interest of law-abiding Nigerians living abroad.
President Buhari said this, on Thursday, during a meeting with Nigerians living in Spain on the sidelines of his official visit.
The Diaspora team, which met with the President included; President of the Association, John Bosco, and his deputy, Richard Omoregbe; Super Eagles player, who plays for Leganes FC, Kenneth Omeruo; a football agent, Obinna Okafor; a student of Aviation, Mohammed Bashir; Segun Adedoyin, studying Global Affairs, and a businessman, Bright Omorodion.
Senior government officials who travelled with the President, are; NIDCOM Chairman, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, Youth and Sports, Sunday Dare, Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, Nigeria’s Ambassador to Spain, Ademola Seriki, and Special Assistant to the President on Sports, Daniel Amokachi.