India expresses confidence in Nigeria’s fight against corruption, this was as report by Allafrica when The Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Amb. Rangaian Ghanashyam, on Wednesday said that President Buhari’s ongoing effort at fighting corruption would attract more foreign investments.
Ghanashyam made the assertion in Lagos at a three-day seminar on “Enhancing Trade and Investment between India and Nigeria” being attended by 100 Indian companies.
The envoy said that Buhari’s commitment to fighting corruption would not only attract more foreign investments but would also make Nigeria “stand on itself”‘.
“Let me say that this country, Nigeria, is now in safe hands because what President Buhari is doing would make more investors to come to Nigeria.
“This is, therefore, an hour in Nigeria for everyone to dream of a Nigeria that would be standing on her own.
“And if Nigeria cannot stand on her own, Africa cannot also stand on her own,” he said.
The high commissioner expressed optimism that sustenance of the present administration’s fight against corruption would make Nigeria to maintain its enviable position in the continent.
Ghanashyam also urged Nigeria to urgently move away from dependence on oil and focus on the development of her non-oil products. Express