President Tinubu Upcoming UN General Assembly Trip

In an exciting development, Chief Ajuri Ngelale, the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, announced that President Tinubu is set to attend the upcoming United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). During this prestigious event, President Tinubu will not only participate in UNGA activities but also engage in vital bilateral meetings with world leaders and key economic stakeholders.

Ngelale emphasized the significance of this trip, highlighting its potential to further stimulate Nigeria’s economy. Drawing inspiration from President Tinubu’s recent successful visit to New Delhi for the G-20 Summit, which attracted substantial investments to Nigeria, this UNGA visit is poised to aggressively advance the nation’s economic development and diplomatic endeavors.

Here are some key meetings and engagements on President Tinubu’s agenda during the UNGA:

1. Meeting with Microsoft President:

President Tinubu will hold talks with Brad Smith, the President of Microsoft, a global technology giant. The discussions will revolve around deepening digital transformation in Nigeria and expanding the country’s digital economic footprint. The aim is to ensure that micro and small enterprises gain access to the internet and smart technologies to enhance their business operations.

2. Discussion with Meta Technologies:

Sir Nick Clegg, President of Global Affairs for Meta Technologies, will engage in a wide-ranging conversation with President Buhari. This discussion will explore how Nigeria can leverage innovations like artificial intelligence and other applications to reshape the business landscape.

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3. Meeting with General Electric (GE):

The global CEO of General Electric, a renowned international organization with a broad presence in sectors like energy, electric power generation, aviation, and transportation, will meet President Tinubu. The conversation will likely focus on various opportunities in Nigeria, with a significant emphasis on the petroleum sector and the recent Petroleum Industry Act. The dialogue aims to advance investments, particularly in the gas sector.

4. Discussion with Exxon Mobil:

The President will engage with the global CEO of Exxon Mobil Oil and Gas Company. This meeting will serve as an opportunity for the Nigerian government to elaborate on the implementation of the Petroleum Industry Act and the fiscal and tax incentives proposed by the administration. The focus will be on the oil and gas sector, with an emphasis on gas-related investments.

Additionally, President Tinubu will conduct bilateral meetings with several world leaders and heads of international organizations on the sidelines of the UNGA. These interactions will provide opportunities to discuss various issues and strengthen diplomatic ties.

The upcoming UNGA trip underscores Nigeria’s commitment to attracting foreign direct investment and fostering economic growth. It presents a platform for the President to showcase the nation’s potential and lay out the path for a prosperous future.

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