BREAKING: President Buhari returns to Nigeria from France

President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to Abuja, Nigeria after a four-day visit to Paris in France to attend the African Finance Summit and have a meeting with President Emmanuel Macron of France.

Confirming his return on Thursday, the Presidency posted through their official social media handles images of the President alighting from the Air Force One Jet.

During his visit to France, President Muhammadu Buhari attended the African Finance Summit where he called on European countries and global financial institutions to consider reducing devastating effect of the Coronavirus pandemic on African economies by restructuring debt portfolios and opting for complete reliefs.

He also held a bilateral meeting with the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, to discuss issues bordering on the security situations in Nigeria.

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President Emmauel Macron on his part promised to support Nigeria and its people as they confront the security challenges facing the country.

President Buhari also held a meeting with the Chairman/CEO of Total, Patrick Pouyanne, Executive Vice President, AirBus, Silvere Delaunay, Chairman of the Board of a software company, Daussault Systems, Florence Verzelen, Chairman/CEO of General Engineering and Marketing of Telecommunications Operator, Francois-Regis Teze and Chairman/CEO, Donaflex Automotive, Dr Donatus Nwokoye, to discuss businesses and investment in the country.

He assured the investors that fiscal policies will be more favourable, predictable and measurably tilted towards creating harmonious business environment.


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