- October 29, 2015
- Posted by: Website Admin
- Category: Business, National News, Uncategorized, World News
President Muhammadu Buhari has met with Chief Executive Officers of Indian companies with interests in Nigeria, promising his administration’s commitment to maintaining macro-economic stability and improving investors’ confidence in the country.
Speaking at the meeting held in New Delhi, President Buhari said the fall in oil prices would not deter his government from creating an enabling environment for businesses to thrive.
Noting that India has been a dependable friend of Nigeria, the president urged the Chief Executives to expand their companies’ investments in Nigeria for better bilateral trade relation.
Buhari also urged the Indian CEOs to accept the changes in the policy being introduced by his administration and observe all extant Nigerian laws in running their business in the country.
He warned, particularly, that his administration would not tolerate the importation of sub-standard goods, especially foods and medicines, into Nigeria.