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President Tinubu Jets Out To India For G-20 Leaders’ Summit | READ DETAILS


President Tinubu Jets Out To India For G-20 Leaders’ Summit | READ DETAILS

President Bola Tinubu will on Monday depart Abuja to attend the G-20 Leaders’ Summit in New Delhi, India.

According to a statement issued by the Special Adviser to the President on Media & Publicity, Ajuri Ngelaleon, Tinubu will be in India on the special invitation of Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.

On the sidelines of the Summit, the President will participate in and deliver keynote addresses at both the Nigeria-India Presidential Roundtable and the Nigeria-India Business Conference.

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The CEO Roundtable will be attended by leading industrialists in the Indian private sector, Nigerian industrialists, as well as senior government officials from both countries.

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The President aims to leverage this platform to attract global capital and promote increased foreign direct investments in key labour-intensive sectors of Nigeria’s economy for job creation and revenue expansion.



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Given the President’s renowned experience in attracting investment to Lagos State, leading industrialists have sought separate private engagements with him at the summit.

The President’s itinerary will also feature bilateral meetings with a cross-section of world leaders from four different continents, representing both G-20 and non–G20 countries.

These engagements are geared towards strengthening bilateral economic, trade, and investment partnerships for mutual benefit.

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At the G20 Summit, Tinubu is expected to share Nigeria’s perspective on the theme, “One Earth-One Family-One Future,” which speaks to the global unity required to address the challenges facing humanity and the planet, according to the statement.

Tinubu is expected to return to Nigeria immediately after the Summit.

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