President Bola Ahmed Tinubu will be leaving for New York, United States, today, to attend the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly–UNGA, which will be holding as from September 18 to September 26, 2023.
Chief Ajuri Ngelale, the Presidential Spolesperson had made this announcement while briefing State House reporters on the president’s schedule ahead of the yearly high-level gathering of global leaders.
He had said that aside from the participation of the Nigerian delegation at the assembly, there were also the timeline of very important side activities that will have wide-ranging ramifications on the Nigerian economy.
Ngelale had also revealed that President Tinubu would hold meetings with key chief executives and leaders of multinational firms spanning across multiple sectors of the economy, including with Brad Smith, President of the Microsoft company worldwide.
President Tinubu would also be meeting with Sir Nick Clegg, the President of Global Affairs for Meta Technologies, to sway new innovations such as artificial intelligence and other applications to impact the Nigerian way of doing business
Tinubu will also meet with the worldwide CEO of Exxon Mobil Oil and Gas Company to further advance investment in the oil and gas sector.
Ngelale had added that President Tinubu would be chairing the Nigeria Small and Medium Scale Business Summit to put MSMEs in a position that will enable it make an impact in the foreign markets.
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